Model # GS83

Internet #100027479

Store SO SKU #542786

Arrow 8 ft. x 3 ft. Metal Garden Shed


8 ft. x 3 ft. Metal Garden Shed

$39602 /each

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Product Overview

Ideal for yard equipment, bicycles and other items that offer seasonal or occasional use, the Arrow 8 ft. x 3 ft. Metal Garden Shed has a sturdy steel floor frame and a slightly sloped roof. The shed's 4 large shelves and handle tool hanger rack offer enhanced storage capacity, and its swing-open doors are easy to open and close. The shed is styled with eggshell-colored walls and taupe gables and trim on its roof and doors, creating an appealing look that complements your landscape.

  • Electro-galvanized steel roof for durability
  • Metal siding is sturdy
  • 122 cu. ft. capacity for compact storage
  • Assembly required
  • Steel floor frame is great for a plywood floor finish wood not included
  • Slightly sloped roof makes the unit great for placement against a wall or as a freestanding unit
  • Swing-open doors are easy to open and close
  • 4 large shelves and handle tool hanger rack offer enhanced storage capacity
  • Door lock enhances the safety of your stored items
  • Eggshell-colored walls and taupe gables and trim on the roof and doors for an appealing look that complements your landscape
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Customer Questions & Answers

Can I order a door handle and a locking mechineshim for this shed ?

Asked by: Anonymous
I don't know but I need one if it can be. We could not make this one work.
Answered by: sandi
Date published: 2015-09-17

How tall is the shed?

Asked by: Nana
The Interior Peak height is 64.4 inches Tall; the Exterior Peak height is 65.6 inches Tall; the Wall height is 62 inches Tall
Answered by: Arrowsheds
Date published: 2017-05-19

Roof Slope Direction

In the pictures, the roof is sloping toward the back. For us, we're installing this next to a fence, so with a backward slope, the rain water will go to our neighbor's house, which isn't a good thing. I want the slope to be toward the front. Some web sites say that there is an option to do this for this shed, but instructions don't show that. Does anybody know?
Asked by: LookingforaShed
The slope is to the back which makes for easier entry. No options to slope to the front.
Answered by: 101jock
Date published: 2015-09-20

Does it rust over the years?

Asked by: Stuey
It rusts in a matter of weeks. Mine started showering rusted metal chips from the roof all over the contents in less than a year. Finally, the roof rusted through completely.
Answered by: Tim
Date published: 2017-03-12
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Customer Reviews

8 ft. x 3 ft. Metal Garden Shed is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 79.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from The storage door hinges predrilled holes didn't match up bent... The storage door hinges predrilled holes didn't match up bent shelves just poor design
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Lots and lots of BITS!! I'm pretty good at putting things together. But THIS, this is awful. I'm sure the end product will be great, but I very much doubt I will see it any time soon. I ignored others' reviews, saying the instructions are poor and the holes don't match up... thinking, those guys are fools, and I'm so very clever. W R O N G !! We've all had a crack at putting this thing together - unless you have a building team, I would def. get something ELSE!
Date published: 2011-06-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The All Day Project The shed is what you should expect for the money. It appears very flimsy at first. However, it becomes much more sturdy during assembly. It is a full day project so don't start if you don't have the time to do it. For some parts of assembly you will need two people. Two points from the directions that are key. One - make sure that the final area is flat and level...completely level...and don't entertain the thought of putting it together and then moving it. Two - pay particular attention to the part numbers. You will need to buy flooring. Overall, it is a decent product. The final stages are tricky in that the aluminum tends to buckle and final hole alignment for the screws is close-not perfect. If you need a water tight structure, this is not it. For the money, it is a good buy. Knowing what I know now, I would still buy this shed.
Date published: 2006-05-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor construction The old adage, "get what you pay for" applies here. The item was very poorly constructed. The metal is of very low quality. pre-drilled holes all require additional drilling. Give yourself two full days to complete the job using some of he most poorly written plans I have ever read. This item is worth $200 at best. I do not recommend anyone purchasing this item if you are looking for a long term use.
Date published: 2011-01-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from This product will do what I want Face it, it's a metal shed that you assemble. Once constructed it will do what you want it to do. It's the cheapest option, so you have to roll with the negative aspects of the time it takes to assemble it and the poor assembly instructions. If there was a way to work around the nut/bolt option like the use of plastic inserts, the assembly time would probably be cut in half. I'm very good at building stuff, but this unit also requires that you're intuitive. If you don't get inside the head of the designer, you're done. I've spent 30 hours so far and I'm still not done. The instructions are probably being translated from some Asian language to English. What they say is not always what the mean. I was expecially irritated by the diagrams, they are not to be taken seriously. They are misleading and inaccurate. I suggest you stay away from this product.
Date published: 2011-08-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This shed is very poor quality We bought this 8x3 shed thinking it would be as good or as easy to set up as a larger Arrow shed we own. This one would have taken an army of gnomes a month to assemble given the plethora of small screws and nuts. The gauge of the panels was also way to thin for our purposes and much thinner than our other shed. We ended up disassmbling the part we had done and packaging it up and returning it. Once the foundation is completed there is a note in the instructions not to go further unless you can finish completely. Hard to imagine doing that in less than a day. Very disappointing. If you buy an Arrow Shed make sure it is an EZ shed. The people at Home Depot were great both loading and unloading on return and crditing our account.
Date published: 2013-07-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Wonderful shed, horrible assembly Even with all four included shelves installed, this handy shed still has enough space to fit 2 adult bicycles. The shelves are sturdy enough to hold flower pots, gas cans, or small bags of soil. It is great that the hangers and shelving are included with the shed. Assembly is not for the faint of heart and will probably take you at least 2 days. Generally follow the directions, but here are a few pitfalls: 1. Unless you enjoy drilling extra holes, don't install any wall panels upside down. The holes for the shelving should be at the top of the wall (shoulder level, NOT knee level). 2. Warning! During door assembly it is almost impossible to avoid cutting your hand when sliding on the top and bottom frame edges. WEAR SAFETY GLOVES. 3. My left door frame panel was 1/2 inch too tall for the door opening. The only solution was to cut the panel shorter using an angle grinder with a metal cut off disk. 4. None of the door frame holes were in the correct spot. To install the doors I had to drill new holes for the hinges using a 9/64" drill bit. 5. The thin metal sheet at the bottom of the door is too weak and tends to buckle. You can fix this by drilling extra holes through it and the sub frame then using screws from the provided "extra" bag. 6. The roof corner protector pieces are made of cheap plastic and break easily. 7. There is no floor included. To install a floor you will need to buy plywood and get it cut to the correct size.
Date published: 2014-10-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Arrow, 8x3 Garden Shed I purchsed the shed and poured a slab 1 day then assembled and loaded the shed the next. Great investment, replacing the plastic shed that had been eaten by the local squirrels. The shelving and tool hanger help organize my clutter with in the roomy shed. My only complaint is the headroom... a few more inches would be great.
Date published: 2006-05-12
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