A vinyl-coated shed isn't just a metal structure trying to pretend that it's a vinyl one. This Dallas is an entirely unique product that combines the resilience of vinyl with the cost-efficiency of galvanized steel. It may not be able to match the strength of a solid vinyl building, but it still offers excellent weather protection. In fact, this storage building can handle rain, wind, and snow more effectively than ones made with a lot of other materials. So while there's a substantial difference between the cost of a vinyl-coated shed and a solid model, there really isn't much of a difference when it comes to strength.
And when it comes to daily use the difference between the two types of vinyl sheds entirely disappears. With a spacious 345 cu. ft. capacity, a Dallas can store your sports equipment, outdoor supplies, and gardening tools just as well as its more expensive cousins. It also features a nearly seven-foot center height that allows it to accommodate taller items as well as serve as a comfortable workspace.
You might be willing to sacrifice a few features or a little bit of space for the sake of reducing outdoor storage costs, but you're probably not willing to deal with a major construction project. You've got a lot of things to manage and spending too much time on assembling your shed could definitely cause logistical - and possibly financial - issues elsewhere. And you'll lose a significant chunk of your savings if you have to hire an installer. Fortunately, this Arrow Vinyl Dallas 10 x 6 Premium Outdoor Storage Shed is extremely easy to put together. Everything arrives pre-drilled and pre-cut so literally all you have to do is put the pieces together. You won't need any special tools and you definitely don't need any building experience. When you invest in one of these storage structures you're not just saving yourself money, you're saving yourself a lot of stress.