Arrow WL65 Woodlake 6-Feet by 5-Feet Steel Storage Shed

December 28, 2013 - Comment

Get the convenient storage space where you need it most with the 6’x5′ Woodlake steel storage building from Arrow. Attractive wood grain panels and 147 cubic feet. of space make the Woodlake a great value Parts are pre cut and pre drilled for a faster assembly. Durable galvanized steel parts will provide a long lasting

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Get the convenient storage space where you need it most with the 6’x5′ Woodlake steel storage building from Arrow. Attractive wood grain panels and 147 cubic feet. of space make the Woodlake a great value Parts are pre cut and pre drilled for a faster assembly. Durable galvanized steel parts will provide a long lasting home for your lawn and garden tools, patio furniture or seasonal sports equipment. The Woodlake is backed by a 12 year limited warranty.

Product Features

  • Easy to assemble pre-cut and pre-drilled parts
  • Woodgrain look
  • Double-braced for extra strength
  • 147 Cubic Feet of Storage
  • Deep track doors glides for non stick, smooth sliding

Comments

Carol Shenkenberger says:

A 5 within it’s class I put most of the review in on the flooring kit but the shed itself is exactly as expected for it’s cost and as based on the reviews of others. What they do not tell you are small things that anyone who has built a metal shed before will know. You’ll want plenty of silicon sealant (the tube stuff you squueze out with the gun attachment). We built the shed and sealed mostly as we went along but still need to do the roof venting area in a few spots. Some of the venting is deliberate so as to keep the unit cool on a hot day but there were a few spots where rain may enter if not closed off a little bit more.If you want an inexpensive yet nice looking small shed, this one is a winner. Using a handyman (who had never built this brand metal shed before) and us to hand him tools or hold parts as directed, we finished in about 5 hours. We had a cordless drill that also does the screws and that was a major timesaver as there are a lot of them as you can guess. Our handyman…

J. Edmunds says:

Great little shed I put this shed together yesterday. I set it up on a concrete block base and used the arrow shed floor kit and the . I also purchased a piece of 3/4″ thick 4×8 flooring to place on top of the floor kit.Arrow has an instruction demonstration video to show you how to put the shed together. I recommend watching it before you put it together. Just go to their website and find your shed model and a demo video should be available.On to my review…I put this shed together approximately 90% by myself. It took from 10am until 6:30 to get 90% of the shed together on my own. I had everything together except for the final roof panel (there are four) and the door. I am 5′-3″ tall and if I had a longer reach I wouldn’t have needed any help. It is possible to do it on your own if you have spring clamps to act as a second pair of hands and if you have a ladder to…

whyme says:

Just what I needed great product, it stores all the things I needed and they are protected for the weather. I am sorry I did not purchase it before. I would recommend it to my friends.

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