A vinyl-coated shed isn't just a metal structure trying to pretend that it's a vinyl one. This Dallas is a completely unique product that combines the resilience of vinyl with the cost-efficiency of galvanized steel. It can't quite match the strength of a solid vinyl building, but it can still provide 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.
When it comes to everyday use you'll find even less of a difference between the two types of vinyl shed. A 271 cu. ft. capacity makes this Dallas just as capable of storing your yard equipment, pool supplies, and patio furniture as its more expensive brethren. It also features a nearly seven-foot center height that easily accommodates taller items and gives you plenty of room should you want to create a workspace.
Your biggest concern may be saving money, but chances are you're not really interested in a storage solution that's going to require a lot of time and energy either. Fortunately, this Arrow Vinyl Dallas 8 x 6 Premium Outdoor Storage Shed can help you there as well. Anyone - yes, even the chronically tool-challenged - can put one of these structures together. There's absolutely no cutting or drilling involved. As long as you can wield a few standard tools and read an instruction manual, you'll be able to set your new storage building up in no time. When you invest in one of these sheds you're not just reducing your storage costs, you're significantly reducing your stress.