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Arrow

Model CHD1010

Internet #203842389

Commander 10 ft. x 10 ft. Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Shed

$999.00 /each

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The Commander from Arrow is a multi-purpose storage building with tremendous storage space and huge door opening large enough to store a small car or boat, or to create an ideal workshop or small warehouse. Frame, wall and roof parts are made from hot-dipped, electro-galvanized steel, and all painted parts have a double baked-on enamel paint finish that will keep your building serviceable and attractive for years.

  • Swing outdoors provide ample opening more than 8 ft. wide and 6 ft. high
  • Large, easy to grasp steel door handles
  • Heavy-duty pad-lockable closure
  • Low profile truss design offers excellent building strength
  • More than 7 1/2 ft. maximum interior headroom
  • Heavy duty door stops keep doors open at any position
  • Recommended installation over customer supplied concrete pad or wood base
  • Hot-dipped galvanized steel for maximum protection against elements
  • Eggshell color
  • Assembly required
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How do you anchor the building to a wood or concrete floor?

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May 3, 2015
Is there hardware included to anchor it to a wood or concrete floor? Are there predrilled holes in the floor frame to anchor the building to a wood or concrete floor?
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May 5, 2015
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No, the anchors are not included. There are holes in the base frame every couple of feet for anchoring into wood or concrete. If using a wood platform you would use decking screws to anchor. If using a concrete slab you would use concrete anchors to anchor
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May 4, 2015
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Hi Cassandra, there are several options for anchoring your shed. The section on page 45 has instructions for wood and concrete.
Check out page 45 of the instruction/assembly manual. You will see the options and kits available from the manufacture.
For ordering a kit or in need of additional information you can call 1-800-851-1085.
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How long does this take to install?

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September 26, 2014
I'm trying to figure out how much time it would take to set up this shed on an existing concrete pad.
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December 24, 2015
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Plan on a week. Holes very seldom line up, you need two more additional people to hold up the frame work after it is assembled to fasten it all together. Be sure you have the anchoring kit; however, you will need additional bracing to ensure the shed doesn't get blown down in the first strong wind that comes along.
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September 30, 2014
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It will take at Least 2 people 2-3 days to assemble this unit
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can i build this under an existing deck? or do i need access for shed roof construction?

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July 28, 2015
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July 29, 2015
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You have to have access Above the shed to get the roof on. So unless you would have at least 3-4 feet of clearance above the roof line for assembly
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does it have a floor with this shed?

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September 7, 2014
or do i need to make a floor on top of the foundation?
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No, this unit does notcome with a floor. You will need to pour a concrete slab or build a wood platform
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Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Commander 10'x10' hot dipped galvanized steel shed Don't even consider purchasing this shed! It requires more than two people to erect, not as the instructions state that one person could erect it. It requires much more than two days, even in ideal conditions, to complete. I'm a retired Mechanical Engineer and these instructions are very difficult to follow and understand; virtually no predrilled hole aligns with another hole; whoever it was who designed and drew up these instruction, it they had worked for me I would have fired them. I secured this shed to a concrete patio base with the recommended anchoring kit and not two months after erecting the shed it was blown down, a total loss, in a 30 to 40 mph gust of wind. Don't waste your time or money on this inadequately designed structure, or any metal shed for that matter; invest in a wood one. You'll have something to show for your efforts and investment. December 24, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not what it is advertised as The galvanized shed is not a whole heck of a lot of galvanization, I would have expected to have a better dipping of the products framing and walls. I am going to have to paint the interior and exterior of the shed so that I do not have rust in the very near future. It came with some scratches inside the boxes. Although it seemed to go together well, I will admit I was a 1/16th of an inch out of square, so the doors latch hard and I have to wait for the next storm to find a small leak in the roof. I bought it instead of going from scratch to save time and what I thought was going to be money. It was neither. Now I also will admit that I am not a professional builder, but I have over my lifetime have remodeled over 2o houses. July 7, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by pretty solid when constructed properly A lot of work to construct but good instructions and all parts are marked. Does take two people for a lot of it. There are hundreds of screws that you must put plastic washers on, would save a lot of time if they came with the washers on, but probably a cost savings issue. There are no locking washers for the bolts, also would save hours in the construction but again probably a cost savings measure. The shed must be secured to the foundation properly and recommend a level cement slab. If constructed properly overall end product seems pretty solid. March 31, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great shed for the value. This is a nice utility shed. The key is to have a very good, level, solid surface to mount the shed onto. I built a 10x12 wood base using 2x6's and OSB plywood sheeting. It was supported by concrete pillars on the corners and supported by concrete pads in various locations in the center. It comes in two boxes, one being the framing and the other the siding and roof. I sorted all the bolts, washers, etc. Preassembled most of what I could into sub assemblies. Read and follow the instructions carefully. Most holes did line up nicely. Some that didn't I just redrilled myself, very easy. Assembling the framing and roof requires two people. If your not mechanically inclined get some help. I spent about a 3-5 hrs over a 5 day period building the shed. May 27, 2014
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