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Arrow Woodvale 10x8 Apex Coffee Metal Shed
This Woodvale 10x8 apex Metal shed is ideal for securely protecting and storing garden essentials.
- Assembly required
- We recommend that sheds are sited on pre-laid, level, solid and dry ground, with a foundation of either a wooden shed base, concrete or paving to give a stable and even footing for your shed to sit on.
- Only fixings included
- Ideal for securely protecting and storing garden essentials.
Features and benefits
- Galvanised to give great resistance to rot and decay
- A padlock door closure is included to keep your possessions secure - padlock sold separately
- This shed is supplied flat packed with comprehensive fitting instructions and fixings provided - 2 people are required to build this shed
- We recommend that sheds are sited on pre-laid, level, solid and dry ground, with a foundation of either a wooden shed base, concrete or paving to give a stable and even footing for your shed to sit on
- The dimensions given refer to the external dimensions of the product unless otherwise stated
|Base included||Base not included|
|Number of doors||2|
madduck - 5 years ago
Looks great when built. But very flimsy. You could easy slice it open with a Stanley knife. Says 2 people needed to build, more like 4 at one point unless you have 4 hands and 5 foot long arms.
Anonymous - 7 years ago
Good points - very nice looking, went together OK but really is a jigsaw with hundreds (literally) of screws.
The box (one) is very heavy - I couldn't lift it. The panels are very, very thin. Someone said coke can but I think they are thinner. Half the screws are from the inside INTO these panels, there is no way they will grip very well. I think I'll have to back these up with some plastic block for the (variable) self tapping screws. These are only JUST long enough so lordy help you if you're a bit misaligned (we had a few holes off by 3mm and it takes some doing to find and screw into them.
A solid day to put up 09:00 to 19:00 with tidy up.
It looks lovely (ignoring the bent panels, which I swear I didn't do), hunkers down in the garden well and seems watertight, but I'll bitumen the roof screws just in case.
Next time I'd probably go for something like a Keter - walls and a roof and not a jigsaw.
Does look nice though.