Larry from Erie, PA
THIS ELIMINATES HAVING TO COVER MY BIKE WHEN I'M DONE RIDING IT FOR THE DAY. HAVING A CLOSEABLE OPENING ON BOTH ENDS I CAN DRIVE IN ONE END WHEN I'M DONE RIDING AND DRIVE OUT THE OTHER WHEN I TAKE IT OUT. THE DESCRIPTION SAID IT WAS GREY IN COLOR BUT, IT CAME IN WHITE. NO BIG DEAL THOUGH.
Ron from Maylene, Al
Holds lots of garden equiptment and is very sturdy and makes a nice apperance in our back yard.
gianni from Seattle, WA
[...] The galvanized parts were all clearly marked, the painted parts not so much, so identifying them was difficult. The most vexing problem was the assembly of the roof where two bolts need to be inserted in the middle -- far beyond reach - and the roof is not capable of supporting a person.End result is nice, the faux-wood siding looks better than I expected, and once everything is tied together the thing is under tension and pretty sturdy -- though the metal is thin, it will ding.
Penny Pincher from Pittsburgh, PA
Does the job for our plant. Organized the small stuff we need closer to the operation.
Ted from Minneapolis, MN
I bought this to create a block against loiterers on my property. It seems to have worked. I also didn't need to replace the gate because of it.
Jerry the fixer upper from Livingston, Texas
This will be my second Arrow shed. I purchased a 14x14 many years ago in Dever Colo. To my surprise the roof held up great under the weight of 1 to 2 feet of snow on a yearly basis. This current unit is still under construction as I'm dodging bad weather in Texas. The parts are well marked, the instructions are clear and as with any mass produced product some of the screw holes won't align easily but doesn't pose any significant problems. The key to good assembly is take your time and READ the instructions. Misaligned screw holes are not a real issue unless your in a hurry. A lot of engineering has gone into this product so don't rush it. [...]