Whats a good shed to buy?

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Old 11-06-07, 02:44 PM
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Whats a good shed to buy?

Looking for a 10x12 shed, but I am not sure which type/brand I should get. I think Vinyl is the way to go, but I live in Boston with a lot of snow, so is that good?

Also, any particular brands? HD, Lowes, and Walmart have a lot of Arrow ones.

Thanks.
 
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Old 11-07-07, 05:41 AM
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Really depends on your budget and the look you want. Any of the sheds at the box stores if put together properly will serve you well for many years.
 
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Old 12-15-07, 03:56 AM
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Get one that can be added on too. Some sheds can be added on the rear of and extended if need be. I have never seen a shed that is big enough.
 
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Old 01-04-08, 12:50 PM
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Before you add on to a 10' X 12' shed, check with your local bldg. dept. Depending on your jurisdiction, any shed over 120 sq. ft. may require a permit.
 
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You can build a better one then the POS from those stores.
 
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Old 03-22-08, 07:01 PM
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If you can swing a hammer and use a saw, build one.

Like RYANINMICHIGAN said, I have to agree that they are a POS. I was at Costco last night and they had an 8X10 vinyl shed. It was junk and they still wanted $999 for it.
 
 

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