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Model RBK1014

Internet #100373669

Store SO SKU #567563

10 ft. x 14 ft. Roof Strengthening Kit for Storage Shed

$248.00 /carton

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Brace your storage shed for winter’s onslaught with this Arrow roof strengthening kit for 10 ft. x 13 ft. or 10 ft. x 14 ft. structures. If you live in a northern climate where ice and snow are common, fortifying the roof of your storage building is recommended to withstand the weight of winter’s wrath. Constructed with hot-dipped galvanized steel, these extra beams increase the strength of the roof by 50%.

  • Fits 10 ft. x 13 ft. and 10 ft. x 14 ft. Arrow storage sheds
  • Made from hot-dipped electro-galvanized steel with zinc additive to inhibit corrosion
  • Provides added strength and stability to your shed roof
  • Helps protect against dangers associated with heavy snow and ice accumulation
  • Kit includes 6 telescoping beams, 8 gable braces and all hardware required for installation
  • Tools required (not included): drill, tin snips, 7/32 in. drill bit, 3/32 in. drill bit

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Can this be added at a later date after you assemble the shed

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March 21, 2015
I was wondering if you have to buy the kit at the same time you buy the shed or if it can be added at a later date?
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The roof strengthening kit needs to install as the roof goes on. To install it later you would have to remove the roof.
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good accessory to consider The kit was heavy, and damaged upon arrival due to poor packing. I had to bend several part straight again. The directions were rather sketchy and poor compared to the directions for the shed itself - I basically had to figure much of it out and use my own judgement. but it's not rocket science. They don't mention in the ads that you have to cut some of the steel brackets. Turns out that a Dremel tool with abrasion wheel works well. They also don't mention in the ads that you have to drill holes in several panels. The instructions tell you to fully assemble the shed first and then install the kit. That would be stupid! Install the kit at the same time as you are assembling the shed! The instructions also say to pre-drill the holes in the roof, which would be silly. Put everything together first, and then drill up from below through the roof - that way you can be sure the holes will line up. Overall, I'm glad I invested in it. I won't worry about snow in the future damaging my investment in the shed itself. November 11, 2011
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