LW108FB 8x10'

by Vince
(Miami, FL)

Low cost but not worth the trouble it brings to build. Way too many parts to put together and for a non-expert can be a frustrating task.


Exterior shell material is flimsy. The manual is cluttered because of the amount of parts, isn't clear in explaining and difficult to understand.

With the help of three people can take up to 3 days to build. I know several people who have left it partially built and either gave up or gave it away. Poorly designed in the way of constructing it and more like it is designed to frustrate the consumer.

I had an awful time just trying to figure out what the manual explained about the floor frame, or which, and there was a lot of head scratching upon start up.

Buyer beware.

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Arrow 6' X 4'

by Helm
(London UK)

My wife & I put this shed up in 8hrs on a Saturday afternoon inc. lunch & tea breaks. We don't have any special building skills, training or tools.

Bought new off Ebay for 72 UK pounds. All tools used were an electric screwdriver, ratchet scewdriver, tape measure, 8 & 9mm sockets, pliers & instructions. All fitted together without any real problems. As long as the base is really flat everything will line up.

Instructions aren't comprehensive but you can manage. Parts could be better packaged but you get what you pay for.

Overall result is a dry shed with sliding doors.
Yes I would recommend this shed.

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10x12 Arrow metal shed

I could have done the assembly job on this reading either the spanish or the english instructions. They both suck.

Everytime we assembled something exactly the way the instruction book said to it ended up being backwards when installing it on the building. The floor kit instructions were a joke. It showed the Frame going around the exact outside of the floor kit. But that is not the case it physically cannot do that.

We made 100% sure the building was square and level and yet the final roof panel didn't even come close to fitting correctly. Later this summer I think I will remove the shoddy thin roof panels and put an actual wooden roof on it.

It took 2 people that are well educated and have some experience with building projects over a week to get this thing assembled.

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Arrow Vinyl Dallas 10 x 12

by Derek
(Pompton Plains, NJ)

I purchased my shed online at http://www.arrowspacemaker.com. The purchasing experience was great. Very easy, I had some questions their live support was great. My Purchase included free shipping and was delivered to my curb in no more than a weeks time from when I ordered the shed.

I agree with all the other reviews on the site, it is not bad to put together, but believe me that you need to follow the directions. A cordless screw gun also made my life alot easier. I couldn't image putting this together with just a screwdriver. A couple of times, I strayed from the instructions and screwed up. I even had a question during the installation and I called Arrow Sheds Customer Service and they were able to walk me through my issue. This was a time saver.

I really like the look of this shed, It looks like it has vinyl siding on it but it is really steel. I think that this shed will be around a long time.

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