By Dee Ann from Levelland, TX on June 18, 2013
Where can I find replacement doors and a door track for my Arrow Shed?
By Dawn on June 18, 2013
Answer:You will need to contact Arrow Sheds, the manufacturer, for replacement parts.
By George from Long Island, NY on April 24, 2013
What kind of warranty is available for these sheds?
By Tyler on April 25, 2013
Answer:We honor the manufacturer's warranty on all of our products. For Arrow sheds, the premium vinyl-coated electro-galvanized steel models have a limited 15-year warranty, and the standard electro-galvanized steel buildings carry a limited 12-year warranty.
By Deea from Detroit, MI on April 24, 2013
Can I get a replacement roof for this shed?
By Tyler on April 25, 2013
Answer:For most of our sheds, it is possible to get a replacement roof from the manufacturer. We would need to know your shed's manufacturer and model information.
By Ana from Fremont, CA on September 20, 2013
Do you have an 8 x 5 Woodlake model?
By Emily on September 23, 2013
Answer:We do not currently have an 8 X 5 but we do have an Arrow Woodlake 8 X 6 Outdoor Storage Shed. Please use item # ARW-WL86 to view the full description and details on this shed.
By Russ from Yuba, CA on November 21, 2013
Can a 10' x 20' model #CHD1020 be put up without a concrete slab? Does it have to be level?
By Emily on November 21, 2013
Answer:Arrow suggests that you have a level ground to construct their unit on. You can have a dirt, gravel or concrete foundation, you can follow the manufacturer manual instructions for the proper anchoring system to protect your shed and the contents.
By Tom from Inverness, Fl. on June 21, 2013
Where can I get replacement screws and hardware for my 8 x 10 shed?
By Tyler on June 21, 2013
Answer:Please contact Arrow directly for replacement parts for your shed. You can reach Arrow at 1-800-851-1085.
By Bill from Seal Beach, CA on February 12, 2013
Can the 5x4 shed be put on a cement porch floor?
By Dawn on February 12, 2013
Yes, as long as you have the space required. It is recommended that you anchor the building down to prevent wind damage. You can use your own anchoring system or purchase the Arrow Concrete Anchor Kit
By Joe from Rome, NY 13440 on April 5, 2013
Do you have a vinyl-covered steel shed?
By Dawn on April 5, 2013
You can see our all of our Vinyl Coated Steel Sheds
. You will just need to use the Narrow Selection option to show only Arrow Sheds to see only the vinyl coated steel sheds.
By Don from Amherst, NY on December 2, 2013
I have a concrete pad that is 5' W x 10' L . I think a 4x10 lean to would work for me. I know you have brackets to attach to the concrete. I was thinking I should put the concrete on a sill plate so rain or snow could not get inside the space. What are your thoughts?
By Emily on December 2, 2013
Answer:Weatherproofing is a good measure and we would always recommend that this unit would be anchored down to withstand snow or rain. You could use a weather rated sealant as well to seal up small spaces.
By Robert from Fargo, ND on April 7, 2013
Is there a roof strengthening kit that will fit the Arrow Arlington shed?
By Dawn on April 8, 2013
The Arrow Roof Strengthening Kit
will fit any Arrow building as long as it fits the size guidelines on the chart shown on the item page.
By Cindy from IN on October 1, 2013
How do I get a foundation?
By Tyler on October 1, 2013
Answer:Floor kits are available for most Arrow Sheds. This information can be found in the "Accessories" tab on each shed's individual item page.
By Amanda from Laurence Harbor, NJ on January 19, 2013
Do you do installation?
By Dawn on January 21, 2013
Answer:We do not provide installation. You would need to find someone locally.
By Donald from Coldwater, MI on April 8, 2013
Do you have any sheds that are at least 72' tall or taller?
By Magan on April 8, 2013
Answer:Unfortunately, we not have a list of our sheds by height. You may find the height of each shed under the features for that particular shed.
By John from NC on August 17, 2013
Are all the sheds built out of the same metal thickness or does it vary from building to building?
By Dawn on August 19, 2013
Answer:It will vary depending on whether it is vinyl coated or not. It will also vary by manufacturer.
By Shawn from Westford, MA. on February 16, 2013
What kind of snow load can it handle?
By Dawn on February 18, 2013
By Ed from PA on August 19, 2013
Does your Arrow Yardsaver Outdoor Shed - 4 x 7 - YS47 shed come with a floor kit or is it an option?
By Tyler on August 19, 2013
By Maureen from Bronx, NY on July 4, 2013
Can you lock, or use a padlock, on a Arrow Concord shed?
By Tyler on July 5, 2013
Answer:Yes, per the manufacturer, you can indeed use a padlock on the Arrow Concord models.
By Karen from Jacksonville, FL on October 9, 2013
Could you please tell me if you have the Arrow Newport 8 x 6 shed?
By Chris on October 9, 2013
By Sam from Peoria, AZ on April 11, 2013
Do any of your Arrow Sheds have the door on the wide side?
By Emily on April 11, 2013
By Al from Hoquiam, WA on April 14, 2013
Do the Arrow storage sheds come with a floor?
By Chris on April 15, 2013
By Virgil from Phenix City, AL on July 18, 2013
Do you have a large shed? Do you have anything that's around 30 x 30?
By Tyler on July 18, 2013
By Dan from Greenwell Springs, LA on January 31, 2013
How do I vent the hot air in a 10 x 14 metal building?
By Chris on January 31, 2013
Answer:While Arrow does not offer a hot air vent as an accessory, a ventilator turbine would most certainly work well allowing hot air to escape.
By Tony F from SanAntonio, Texas on February 1, 2013
I need doors for my Arrow shed, model SR68102A 10X12. Where or how can I get it?
By Dawn on February 1, 2013
Answer:You would need to contact Arrow Sheds, the manufacturer, directly.
By Ron from NY on September 17, 2013
What is the recommended foundation for these units? Also, what is the rust risk/warranty?
By Tommy on September 17, 2013
Answer:Most of these sheds have options for a floor kit which is a steel frame that functions as the foundation and floor frame. Arrow Sheds have a 12 year warranty. Arrow Sheds also stresses the following about rust:
Rusting is a natural oxidizing process that occurs
when bare metal is exposed to moisture. Problem
areas include screw holes, unfinished edges, or
where scrapes and nicks occur in the protective
coating through normal assembly, handling and
use. Identifying these natural rusting problem areas
and taking some simple rust protection precautions
can help to stop rust from developing, or stop it
quickly as soon as it appears.
1. Avoid nicking or scraping the coating surface,
inside and out.
2. Use all the washers supplied. In addition to pro-
tecting against weather infiltration, the washers pro-
tect the metal from being scraped by the screws.
3. Keep roof, base perimeter and door tracks free of
debris and leaves which may accumulate and retain moisture. These can do double damage since they give off acid as they decay.
4. Touch up scrapes or nicks and any area of visible
rust as soon as possible. Make sure the surface is
free of moisture, oils, dirt or grime and then apply an even film of high quality touch-up paint.