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Arrow Shed BW54 Brentwood 5-Feet by 4-Feet Steel Storage Shed
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Get the compact storage space you need anywhere in your yard with the 5-feet by 4-feet Brentwwod steel storage building from Arrow. A tall interior wall height allows easy storage of long-handle tools. The 93 cubic ft. Brentwood can be placed where you need it most-on a deck, patio or near your pool. Durable galvanized steel parts mean a faster assembly. A slightly sloped roof even allows placement against an outside wall or fence. The Brentwood is backed by a 12 year limited warranty.
IMPORTANT – Read Before Assembling (Fixed Door Problem)
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OK so if you read the reviews, probably about 30% of them mention problems with the door. Specifically, screws being in the wrong place to block the door from opening properly. I figured (correctly) that many people could not follow directions and assembled it wrong so I ordered it anyway.
Only missing a few small bolts…
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Otherwise, I would give it an honest 5-star rating. Instructions call for 2 people, 2 days and a step ladder. I put this together in 2 beers, six hours and a 5-gal bucket. Then, picked it up and placed it on the base. Worth every penny. I was lucky to have some small bolts on habd to make up for the 4 missing bolts. Got no complaints with the instructions, packaging or structural sturdiness. I can literally stand inside and pick the whole building up at the center roof beam; no bending, creasing or tweaking. I used an old ratcheting tie down strap to anchor it and stands up to 50 mph gusts. I didn’t use any silicone or caulking even though the instructions encourage it throughout the assembly process, if you so choose. No problems with leaking so far but I might add it later for S&G’s. I’m a builder and a carpenter so I can imagine the frustration others may have with the assembly and instructions, but I pulled it off with no complaints except looking for missing bolts. I needed another beer anyway…
Great shed for a novice builder ^_^
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I’m very happy with this shed! The box came with a bag of extra screws and nuts. It wasn’t needed, but still very nice to have just in case. I haven’t anchored it, as it fits perfectly between the air conditioning unit and the chimney.
The door could have been designed better, but it serves it’s purpose.
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We [my spouse and I] have in the course of 35 years built two other metal sheds. So, it came as no surprise what was necessary to put this baby shed together. [The last shed we built was a 20′]. The reviewers that complain about all how many screws it takes to build it have never looked at a metal shed before. The only change I made was to the door handle. I think I am not the only reviewer that wasn’t pleased with this design. [Maybe the manufacturer will pay attention to our comments and make future changes to this!!] I was not happy about how much space the handle took up and as a result made a difference in the how far you can open the door. The metal piece that attaches to the right hand side of the door frame, giving you a place to connect a padlock, also sticks out too much and is a great clothes snagger! For the time being and using what I had on hand, I came up with a quick fix. I dug out two different sizes of eye bolts and using the existing holes where the door handle was attached, as well as the other piece it locks to, I used the bigger of the two eye bolts in the door, with a couple of thick plastic spacers to hold it out even with smaller eye bolt I put in the door frame. Now I simply use a long shackled padlock to connect the two eye bolts. I filled in the other two holes with the same sized eye bolts and plastic washers, which fixed a two-fold issue. One, it filled the holes to keep moisture out, and it makes the door easier to slide open and closed. It’s not aesthetically perfect, but for the time being or until a better idea comes to me, it will do. The other addition was with the floor. This being the 5′ x 4′, the floor [sold separately] came with 3 extra lengths for use in the next sized shed. Instead of looking for some kind of rack system designed for this particular shed, I again used what I had. I slid the three pieces together to fit the inside length of the shed. I screwed the lengths together, drilled a couple of holes in the roof framework and used S-hooks to attach it at the ceiling. Now because it already has perforations, I have a place to easily attach other S-hooks on which to hang smaller gardening tools. Now all my shovels and rakes have a better home than their previous. Stuck in a old galvanized garbage can!
Great Value! So Glad we Purchased this Shed!
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1.) Delivery: We received the shed in record time! We even got to schedule the delivery based on our preferred date and time (through a local freight service). Very convenient!
Great little shed for garden tools
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It is a great little shed. I have seen some of the negative comments and didn’t share the same negative experience as those reviewers. It is a project to assemble, but that is typical of this type of shed. I took care to build a solid foundation for it and to square it up. All of the bolt holes lined up. I can see how it would be a problem if not square. No holes needed to be drilled. While the individual panels may seem “flimsy” before the entire shed is assembled, it is quite solid once the wall braces are in place, the roof is in place and the walls are set into the floor. I assembled mostly by myself, but did have a second pair of hands help hold the walls in place until I could get them braced. That was it. Even a slight breeze really catches the wall panels, so you definitely would not want to assemble it on a windy day. I chose to anchor my shed with the ground anchor kit that Arrow sells and it worked just fine. This shed has not leaked a bit and we have had an unusually wet spring here so far. Rain gets into the door channel, but that’s all. The exterior bolts all have soft plastic or silicone washers to seal the holes. Seems to work well — I haven’t caulked it as the stock system works so well. All in all, I’d buy another Arrow shed and recommend this one to my friends.