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Vinyl Storage Sheds

Vinyl sheds are extremely tough. If you live in an area prone to extreme wind, rain, or snow this is the type of outdoor storage structure you're going to need. But don't start to worry just because these are starting to seem like specialty items. There are plenty of options available, even for those with a smaller budget.




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14 Questions & 14 Answers
Roswitha
from Punta Gorda, FL asked:
November 17, 2017
Do you have any 10/20 with windows?
1 Answer
Unfortunately, we do not offer any vinyl sheds in the size and style you have requested.
Justin R. - Elite Deals Product Specialist
on November 20, 2017

Marvin
from San Diego, CA asked:
April 25, 2017
What's the difference between vinyl and plastic?
1 Answer
Simply put, vinyl is a type of plastic polymer. Vinyl generally refers to PVC or polyvinyl chloride. Vinyl plastic and PVC are often the same thing. PVC is polyvinyl chloride and it is a type of vinyl polymer.
Darnarius
on April 26, 2017

Kent
from Louisville, KY asked:
May 2, 2016
What is the difference in quality between an Arrow Vinyl Milford shed and an Arrow Vinyl Arlington shed?
1 Answer
The Milford line of sheds features premium quintuple-thick vinyl coating, while the Arlington features a baked-on polyester enamel finish. The Milford line is the higher-quality version.
Justin R. - Elite Deals Product Specialist
on May 2, 2016

Joan
from Los Angeles, California asked:
January 9, 2016
I have a metal shed that is sitting on a concrete slab. The floor is part of the shed. The roof partially just collapsed. I'm looking to replace it with a heavy duty vinyl shed (10x6). I read the comments. Do these vinyl sheds come with no floors? That's the way it sounded. Are these heavy duty sheds?
1 Answer
Some of the vinyl sheds do offer a floor kit as an accessory item. The sheds feature metal reinforced wall columns for superior strength.
Emily - Elite Deals Product Specialist
on January 11, 2016

Rockie
from Jensen Beach, FL asked:
November 5, 2015
I am in need of a shed for storing two motorcycles. It will need at least a four foot opening and be at least 10'-0" deep. I live on an island very close to the ocean it would need to be salt and weather resistant. Can you assist me in finding something for this?
1 Answer
Please use the link below to view a shed that you might be interested in. This will be more suitable material for your area. Sentinel 8 X 10 Plastic Storage Shed by Lifetime
Emily - Elite Deals Product Specialist
on November 5, 2015

Paula
from Brea, CA asked:
October 13, 2015
What is the difference between vinyl and resin as far as price, ease of putting together, and durability? I'm looking for 72 inches tall, 56 inches wide, 30 inches deep.
1 Answer
Thank you for your inquiry. A vinyl and plastic have the same durability as long as you keep the shed maintained. We do not have a exact size as you have requested but please use the link be below to view a unit you might be interested in. YardMate 5 X 3 Vinyl Storage Shed with Floor - 911
Emily - Elite Deals Product Specialist
on October 14, 2015

Belinda
from Pensacola, FL asked:
June 16, 2015
Could shingles be added to the roof of these Vinyl sheds?
1 Answer
Due to the weight of shingles, we can not recommend shingling one of our vinyl storage sheds.
Brennan W. - Elite Deals Product Specialist
on June 16, 2015

Gary
from Elmira, NY asked:
November 20, 2014
I have a 2 unit apartment and I am looking for a shed style garbage bin. I am looking for something that is approximately 5 feet wide, 3 feet deep, and 3 feet tall. What would you suggest?
1 Answer
Something that you might be interested in is the Suncast 4.5 X 3 Horizontal Garden Storage Shed which measures 4 ft., 7 in. W x 3 ft., 1 in. D x 3 ft., 3 in. H.
Dawn - Elite Deals Product Specialist
on November 20, 2014

Chris
from Iowa asked:
February 25, 2014
I need 8' by 24'. Is it possible to connect three 8' x 8' units together some way?
1 Answer
Unfortunately, there is no feasible way to connect multiple sheds in this manner. However, you may be interested in our 10' x 23.5' shed. This is the closest unit we have to the requested 8' x 24' shed.
Kevin
on February 25, 2014

Jan
from San Francisco, CA asked:
November 30, 2013
What do I need to install a vinyl shed on the ground? Also, we can get high winds. What will keep the shed from blowing away?
1 Answer
Arrow offers a Arrow Floor Frame Kit and an Arrow Anchoring Kit as an effective method of securing your building to the ground (Available by mail order or at your local dealer) or you may construct a foundation and anchoring system of your choice. You can find the kits located under the accessories tab.
Emily
on December 2, 2013

Jonny
from Rapid City, SD asked:
September 17, 2013
Do these sheds hold up to large hail?
1 Answer
While these sheds have not been specifically tested, nor warrantied to resist hail of a certain size, I am confident that vinyl storage sheds are highly durable.
Tommy
on September 17, 2013

Jim
from Hopewell Junction, NY asked:
June 23, 2013
What do I need to install a shed on a concrete slab?
1 Answer
A concrete anchor kit is recommended when installing a shed on an existing slab. The kit is the Arrow Concrete Anchor Kit - AK100.
Collin
on June 24, 2013

Tom
from Hasbrouck Heights, NJ asked:
April 10, 2013
How high is the doorway on a 10x6 Arrow Shed?
1 Answer
That door is 69 1/4" high
Tommy
on April 10, 2013

Tisla
from Los Angeles, CA asked:
April 7, 2013
I'm looking for an 8 x 10 shed that can withstand the environment of Southern CA. I'd prefer a vinyl shed, but I don't see one in the size I need. Would a 8 x 10 resin shed work for my location?
1 Answer
The resin sheds will hold up well. Just make sure to check with your local code office before purchasing any shed to make sure you do not need a permit.
Dawn
on April 8, 2013

Types of Sheds

There are two kinds of vinyl sheds. One is made entirely with vinyl and the other is made with metal, usually steel, that has been given a vinyl coating. Why the difference? Well, vinyl is more expensive than a lot of other building materials. In order to help offset that increase in cost many manufacturers choose to use metal, which is significantly cheaper, as the skeleton of their storage structures and just put vinyl on the exterior where its protective properties are the most important. The resulting vinyl-coated sheds are consequently less expensive, but aren't quite as strong as true vinyl buildings. Determining which variety is right for you really comes down to figuring out how much weather protection you need compared to what you can afford.

Maintenance-Free Storage

You might think that a vinyl shed requires a lot of care to retain its strength, but, in fact, the opposite is true. Vinyl structures need almost no maintenance at all. Their innate weather-resistance means they'll never require regular painting, refinishing, or treating the way other kinds of buildings do. Keeping them in top condition really is as simple as giving them a good rinse with the hose every now and then. Even vinyl-coated sheds need just a minimum of cleaning and occasional waxing.

Strong and Good Looking?

Resigned to the fate of having an eyesore of a storage shed because of your special needs? Good news! You've been given a reprieve. All of these vinyl models have a simple, contemporary design that will work well in most settings. They won't dominate the landscape nor will they get lost in the background. Larger versions tend to look like miniature houses.

Strength, good looks, ease of use - the trifecta of outdoor storage. A vinyl shed really is a great choice for homeowners in areas with extreme weather. Just don't get so carried away that you expect it to help you shovel snow.