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Model # DK1014

Internet # 100114563

Dakota 10 ft. x 14 ft. Steel Shed

$649.00 /each
  • Gambrel roof provides an abundance of head room and storage space
  • Electro galvanized steel for corrosion resistance
  • Appealing two tone aesthetics in Eggshell and Taupe

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Model # DK1014

Internet # 100114563

Provide your yard space with a convenient storage facility with the Arrow Dakota 10 ft. x 14 ft. Steel Shed. It is great for the safekeeping of riding lawnmowers, gardening tools and other home maintenance equipment. This shed offers 852 cu. ft. of storage space and a 7 ft. interior ceiling that provides ample headroom. The pitched roof helps channel rainwater and snowmelt down to the ground to reduce leaking and weakening of the shed's top. Shed includes a free-floor frame foundation kit.

  • Galvanized steel construction withstands heavy winds and snow loads for long-lasting use
  • 852 cu. ft. storage capacity provides space to stow your gardening tools and yard equipment when not in use
  • Dimension: 10 ft. x 14 ft.
  • Some assembly required
  • Free-floor frame foundation kit
  • 7 ft. inside center height offers ample headroom
  • Upper and lower roof sections are pitched to encourage proper rain and snowmelt runoff
  • Doors pull apart to open and provide a 55-1/2 in. width to accommodate riding mowers and ATVs
  • Doors are lockable for increased security
  • Dakota series offers brown roof and door trim with white siding and doors

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Approximate Depth (ft.) 
14 
Approximate Width (ft.) 
10 
Assembled Depth (in.) 
162.75 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
87.88 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
123.25 in 
Door Opening Height (In.) 
60 
Door Opening Width (In.) 
55.5 
Door Opening Width (ft.) 
Exact Width x Depth 
10 ft 3.25 in x 13 ft 6.75 in 
Sidewall Height (in.) 
62.00 
Details
Assembly Required 
Yes 
Color Family 
Whites 
Floor Options 
Without Floor 
Maximum Roof Load (lb./ sq. ft.) 
Maximum Wind Resistance (mph) 
Number of Doors 
Number of Windows 
Product Weight (lb.) 
327 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Roof Color Family 
Brown/tan 
Roof Pitch 
1.9:12 Upper Section of Roof 9.4:12 Lower Secion of Roof 
Roof Shape 
Gambrel 
Shed Door Type 
Sliding 
Shed Features 
Door Latch,Double Door,Lockable Door 
Siding Color Family 
White 
Storage Capacity (cu. ft.) 
852 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
10 year limited 

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Approximate Width (ft.): 10 - 12
Approximate Depth (ft.): 12 - 18
Price: $600 - $700
Review Rating: 3 & Up
Brand: Arrow
Floor Options: Without Floor
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How easy are the instructions to follow and how easy is assemble?

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First it is not 10'x14'. It is a little wider than 10' and many inches shorter than 14', more like 131/2 feet. check the measurements before making the foundation. The shed is actually easier to put together with 3 people. I recommend you mark the pieces clearly with a marker as the numbers are hard to see. When they sent my shed they inadvertently sent extra pieces that must belong to a different shed. Read More
First it is not 10'x14'. It is a little wider than 10' and many inches shorter than 14', more like 131/2 feet. check the measurements before making the foundation. The shed is actually easier to put together with 3 people. I recommend you mark the pieces clearly with a marker as the numbers are hard to see. When they sent my shed they inadvertently sent extra pieces that must belong to a different shed. Organize your parts in piles and have the screw ETC. handy on a table and set up the screws and bolts with the clear silicone washers beforehand as it goes faster that way. Have at least 2 battery operated drills handy as it makes it faster. If you get the beef up room kit it has too many parts as well. It is a long process more than the times mentioned by someone else. Make sure you have time to finish it once you have the frame built. Anchor the frame then continue as it may shift and cause more problems down the road. Have drill bits handy as the holes don't always match up. Be prepared to spend a lot of time on the ladder. 2 ladders work best. Also I would recommend wearing some kind of shin guards as you will spend a lot of time leaning into the rungs on the ladder and spending a lot of time contorted on the ladder. There is a lot of reaching out once you start putting the roof panels on.
I like the shed though and it's roomy. I recommend a floor either made from concrete or one made out of redwood. Be careful when putting it together as the panels are thin and bend easier and dent easy.
Good luck. :)
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You need 2 people and 12 - 15 hours to assemble this shed.
You get a step by step manual with the shed and if you follow the directions it is not difficult to assemble.
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fairly easy - don't let the numbers on the panels wash off or it gets a little more difficult
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very well laid out instructions, you need to have a little knowledge of construction such as how to build a foundation or how to square up a building. also how to level walls.
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Hi Rob S,
Thank you for your question.
Please click on the below URL for the Instructions manual.
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/9c/9c76213d-0e25-4436-a795-99de408af420.pdf
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Can it be disassemble to be moved to another house?

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I don't think this is possible. It is held together by hundreds of tiny screws.
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After removing the anchor bolts, I got six guys around it, picked it up and set it on a flat bed trailer. A few screws into the wood trailer deck through the shed base and two straps over the top and I drove SLOWLEY to the new location.
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Theoretically, yes you could disassemble the shed and move it to a new location. However, this would be quite an overwhelming task that may not outweigh spending the money on a new shed and foundation.
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Yes, you can disassemble the shed to move it
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is the door on the 10ft side or the 14 ft side?

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June 28, 2013
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The 10 foot side.
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10 foot
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10 foot side
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THE DOOR IS ON THE 10' SIDE AND CAN'T BE MOVED TO THE 14' SIDE.
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Does this include floor?

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No, it does include framing for a floor, but you have to buy the plywood.
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No, the shed does not include a floor
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No, the shed does not include a floor. The shed can be built on the ground, a wooden platform or a concrete base.
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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 126 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good product for the money If you have never assembled this product before it can be very daunting but you will learn tips and shortcuts along the way. This is my 3rd. June 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Storage Shed Assembly is really difficult....SO MANY SCREWS! It took us 4 days to complete it by a professional contractor. Otherwise once finished, it is really large, and spacious. We needed to put support on the earth, and level it, bought weather treated plywood for the floor. The door slides, but it is tricky, sticks in places, we put WD40 that helped the sliding issue. Just be careful not to move doors off the tracks. There are some pin holes where panels meet, we are wondering how the rain will come in?? so we are going to plug those little holes with clear caulking. WE ARE VERY HAPPY WITH THE SHED. For the price, we got alot of space, nice ceiling height, i am tall, can stand in center easily. Alot of space for storage. Great shed. December 29, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Replacement to my 20 yr previous 8x10 Everything worked out great from delivery to setting up, only negatives are that delivered the box was severely damaged on one corner with a gapping hole however no part of shed was damaged or missing oddly enough, and a cpl of pieces were not very well marked. Please note two things it is very important that your surface is not only square but level as well, mine must not have been as level as it should have been because lining up some areas was challenging. also note be cautious of assembly with even the slightest of wind, the day I picked was calm as can be but as soon as I put up corners I started getting slight wind gust which was aggravating. May 4, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 10x14 shed First delivery awful, second delivery very pleased built shed some parts were not the right size shed turned out to be 10x 13 1/4 was disappointed . Home Depot should be able to assemble for free no matter what the price is. May 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 10x14 arrow shed Took about 30man hours but you definitely need 2people. Fairly simple if you sort all the parts by #s and use an electric screwdriver. But once the main level is up the rest is pretty simple.Must be done on a calm day with no wind. Over 1500 nuts,bolts, screws. Good luck May 31, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by 13 is not 14 The shed is 3x4 meters, so it's 13'4" not 14 feet. That was the first problem. #2 was the poor quality control on the screws, some of them cut right in, others just spin until the threads are stripped. I ended up needing the extras that were enclosed. (that was a plus) #3 We squared the platform, we squared the base, we re-squared before installing the walls and still, when it came time to screw down the roof along the sides, the holes were way off! I finally had to remove the beam braces and push the roof around to get the holes lined up. #4 many of the nuts are in difficult places, behind struts, over the beams, etc. Had to use needle-nosed pliers a lot. There are also locations where the bolts weren't long enough and we had to make a trip for longer ones.. #5 unless you have someone with 5-foot-long arms, the ridge covers are impossible to install. Accidentally touching the roof while trying to reach the bolt holes means damaging the roof. We ended up leaving them off and taping all of the holes. Ran out of tape. It's cheap and not very strong, but I wasn't expecting much more. I would have purchased a wooden shed and had it installed, but the slope on the location would have meant bringing in 2-3 tons of gravel. June 4, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Steel shed that works! I built the shed in a weekend with my kids. It was easy to put together if you can follow directions. It is a prety solid building that can't be beat for the price. May 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Huge mistake If I could have given this shed 0 stars I would have. We purchased this shed at the end of July 2015, assembled it on August 8th and it literally blew away in a storm on September 10th. We had NO other storm damage; no tree limbs down, etc. so this wasn't an unusual storm. It was properly anchored to the ground/flooring. In fact, the flooring is still there. As best we can figure, the doors were blown open and there was enough air to tear it off the flooring and blow it a couple hundred yards in to a nearby fence. We wonder if a vent would have solved this problem but either way, it's too late for us. The warranty does not apply since this was due to "forces of nature". Extremely disappointed. September 15, 2015
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