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Arrow

Model CHD1020

Internet #203842393

Commander 10 ft. x 20 ft. Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Shed

$1,460.96 /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 long of a trailer do I need to pick up the 10x20 kit--is 8 feet enough???

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Just received my 10 x 20 shed on 04/07/16 and there were 4 boxes at a total weight of 743 pounds, that's an average 185.75 LBS per box. Some boxes were thicker and heavier than others but all were 80 inches long and about 35 inches wide. They came on a pallet that was long and narrow and not very strong. I think it requires at least two people because you need to keep the boxes flat or the loose parts Read More
Just received my 10 x 20 shed on 04/07/16 and there were 4 boxes at a total weight of 743 pounds, that's an average 185.75 LBS per box. Some boxes were thicker and heavier than others but all were 80 inches long and about 35 inches wide. They came on a pallet that was long and narrow and not very strong. I think it requires at least two people because you need to keep the boxes flat or the loose parts inside will get damaged. Read Less
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The five boxes fit in my short bed pickup. They are about six feet long and six inches thick and about four feet wide. They are heavy, about one hundred pounds each. I built mine without help in about a week of five hour days. I poured a concrete pad a few weeks before. It makes a nice barn for my grandkids chickens.
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There are five boxes about six feet long and six inches thick, each weighing approx. 100 pounds. It all fit in my six foot pickup bed. Singlehanded and 73 years young, it took me about a week of five hour days to erect. I am pleased with the shed that I built as a barn for my grandkids chickens.
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What tools do I need to assemble 10' x 20'

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May 25, 2016
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Among the most important tools are a no. 2 Phillips screwdriver, a utility knife, pliers, and a carpenter’s level.
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Tools required are:
Tape Measure; Step Ladder(2 if possible); Cordless screwdriver with #2 Phillips bit; hand #2 Phillips head screwdriver(magnetic tip preferred); pliers; safety glasses; work gloves; awl
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What gauge is the steel?

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The gauge of steel on the paneling is approximately 30 gauge
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April 8, 2016
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The steel has a gauge of 32.
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Does the Commander 10ft X 20ft hot dipped galvanized steel shed come with a flooring kit?

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No, no flooring or foundation is included with the Commander 10 ft. x 20 ft. Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel Shed.
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No, Arrow does not have a floor kit available for the Commander Series. We recommend a wood platform or concrete slab
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Nice shed This shed seems to be very strong after getting it together. Expect a lot of time getting parts pre assembled. The metal skin could be a little more thicker. Not too impressed in the use of the nylon washers for sealing, had to change several after a rain. The shed was fairly square when placing the siding and roof on and it did come out with some of the holes not lining up. Some of the areas was better off with no pre drilled holes, the screws held better. I did have one panel that did not match the instructions which was on both sides of the door opening, I just waited to install after getting that frame in place. I noticed after getting the doors installed, they will twist. The way they are constructed looks like they will be very strong and solid, that is not the case. If I need another shed, I would probably get another like this. The next one will be a much bigger pole barn. July 16, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Why is it leaking It was very difficult to put together. Once together it looks great! Now with all the rain it is leaking & condensation is collecting on the inside of the walls. What is happening & why? HELP June 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Its worth the work Having put a metal shed together years ago, I was prepared for whatever.Take your time,read the inst. twice, have a friend or two help. all&all very happy with how the shed turned out. May 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome. This isn't a cheap tin shed. It was a lot of work. 84 man hours. Get some help. If you are not good at interpreting and following directions, get a lot of help. Make sure that your base is level, or the building will tweak, and it will be hard to line up the holes. Common sense. The end result is well worth the effort. I think it is a great value for the buck. And it looks great. Would do it again. Recommended for those looking for a longer lasting quality shed. May 20, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by What a pain to assembly Ok once assembled this building is nice so the three star rating is because of assembly. For the 10x20 their is 4 truss assembly's you must put together which each have 22 pieces each. This thing is like a large erector set and is a pain to put together. The hardware you get is cheap screws you get for the roof is small screws with plastic washers you must put on every screw. I opted not to install those in my roof because the plastic will crack over time in the sun and leak. I used self tapping sheet metal screws with rubber gaskets for a better seal. Pre drilled holes don't all line up so it makes it harder. One piece of advice I have is to ensure you are level and square during the whole assembly process. I would also consider the assembly time which took two of us 2 1/2 weekends and look at a wood model yes more expensive but would be so much easier to put together. And yes we both know about construction. The only way I would suggest this product is if you only bought the 10x10 because the larger you go like the one I bought the 10 x 20 you get two 5 foot expansion modules and the holes and extruded pieces are not exactly the same probably due to poor QA during manufacturing I hope this review informs you of what to expect with this building and if size vs cost is you main consern as it was for me than this may be for you just be prepared for some labor and irritation. September 24, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by steel shed Love it.. our only complaint with the shed would be is that all the corners were damaged. March 24, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to assemble I needed a shed to enclose my well pump equipment but I decided to make it bigger. I chose the Arrow 10 x 20 foot shed. The instructions are clear and concise, amazingly accurate. Every hole lines up with a little help from an icepick. The hardware is lacking gripper nuts but a bent open end wrench and power screwdriver are helpful. A few days are needed to complete the shed. Time will tell how the shed holds up to the weather but I am pleased with the purchase. April 8, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by way over priced 20 foot shed This shed takes 2 men 3 to 4 days to build--many of the holes didn't line up--your base must be perfectly level--it is made of a very weak metal--if you lean on it or your kids hit it with a ball, it dents--buy a wooden shed--it will last longer and be more secure June 24, 2014
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