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Newport 10 ft. x 12 ft. Metal Shed

$428.00 /each
  • Features a stylish gable design for your storage needs
  • Electro galvanized steel for corrosion resistance
  • Appealing two tone aesthetics in Eggshell and Coffee

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The large 693 cu. feet storage capacity of the Arrow Newport 10 ft. x 12 ft. Metal Shed accommodates lots of lawn and garden tools and equipment, helping you safely store seasonal items when not in use. Equipped with a reliable lock that helps keep your stored belongings safe, the shed's doors have a tall walk-in style for convenient access. A floor foundation kit is included for plywood floor installation (wood not included).

  • Metal sidewalls are sturdy
  • 67 in. sidewall height for lots of headroom
  • 693 cu. ft. storage capacity helps you store a large number of items
  • Assembly required
  • Electro-galvanized steel roof offers long-lasting strength
  • 2 doors give you easy access to your stored items
  • Tall walk-in door style for convenient entry and exit
  • Door lock enhances the safety of your stored items
  • White and brown colors complement your landscape
  • Floor foundation kit included for plywood flooring (wood not included)
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Are the screws washers and nuts included

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March 15, 2016
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All the screws and nuts come with the product with extras
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Yes, but if you are good with a pop-rivet gun that is much faster than using bolts. The screws and nylon washers still should be used.
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February 10, 2016
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Yes, the hardware is included.
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February 8, 2016
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Yes, there is one hardware bag included in every shed kit.
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Are these water tight

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If assembled properly the shed should not Leak. A blowing rain can still get in because of the raised ribs for airflow
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As long as you put enough tape on the top ridge when you are assembling the roof, it should be water tight. If the tape tears while you are applying it, make sure you cover that spot with more tape. I ended up having plenty of tape left over after I finished assembling the roof. Also, I caulked around the bottom the shed which seemed to help shed water as well.
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For the most part they are water tight. A hard wide driven rain will find the weak spots. If you need to absolutely water tight, you can seal those weak spot with clear exterior silicone.
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November 1, 2015
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Yes. They are made of sheet metal and water tight. However, just to be safe what I did was to run a hose over mine and there were a few pin holes, which I filled with silicone. Now it is really dry inside.
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We will be installing this directly on the level ground, without a concrete pad.

1. Do we need to have a gravel pad if we are going to use a wood floor?

2. We are in the humid, termite-prone South. What is the most cost-effective flooring? Can OSB be used? Do we need 3/4" plywood?

This is for a school athletic field and needs to hold up.

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Not sure if you built this shed yet or not but, I used 4, 4"x8" sheets of NON-treated 3/4 inch plywood. The instructions say that any treated lumber that touches the shed will void warranty. The floor framing kit should work just fine for your intended use.
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I was planning on using the included floor kit and just purchasing enough plywood for the floor. Should we look at building a platform? I was trying for easier and cheaper, but still effective.
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Will you be building a wood platform or using the floor kit that is included in the packaging?
As long as the ground is level gravel is not required, however,gravel can be used if you are worried about rain water gathering under the shed.
3/4 inch plywood(Not Treated) would make a good solid floor.
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Sorry, I meant pressure treated plywood. Certainly OSB wouldn't work with moisture.
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If I use wooden pallets for a base sitting on dirt, would they eventually rot, causing the shed to be not level anymore?

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Yes, any wood that sits on dirt will eventually rot depending on how much moisture there is; however, if you use treated 2 x 4s as a base to put the flooring on, you could put the 2x4s on a paver bed or cover them with thick hard plastic. Pavers, blocks, or cement is always the best base to keep wood on the dirt.
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Depends on how well the ground drains water away. If you set it on a bit of a hill so water flows away from it, then the pallets should work for a while. You might struggle getting all the pallets leveled and to stay level over a period of time.
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Yes it would. If the frame is right on pallets, right on the dirt, it won't last as long.
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Hi Rich,
Arrow recommends using a flooring and anchor kit, which you may order with your building.
The building may sit directly on the ground, or on a stone or concrete base.
Pallets will make a poor base and will result in problems in the future. I would not use pallets as a base.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 81 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to setup If you played with erector sets as a child you can assemble this quickly. August 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Mentel shead Makers of the manual needs to go by the number and not skip around from one number to another August 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice shed Its a nice shed for the money, although the building instructions could have been clearer at times. I had to redo steps because of this, which drove me nuts. Also, if you're about 6' tall, you might consider choosing a much taller shed, or be prepared to bang your head once and a while. August 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Arrow storage shed Perfect storage shed for the money! Was a relatively easy setup. August 16, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Arrow Newport metal shee The shed had some minor damages including bent frames and off centered holes August 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great! I really like it. It's spacious and easy to assemble, but you will definitely need a second person to help. The only down side of it is that I'm 6' feet tall and I can only stand up in the middle of it. Also, wish the door handles were metal, not plastic. All in all, great product for the price. July 26, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by metal shed not all panels were marked..assembly instructions hard to follow with parts not marked as stated.. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Shed I bought this shed as a replacement for an ancient one that I had. It was on sale for $399 so I bought it. I built a platform for it to sit on. The platform took about 10 hours to complete working on it a couple hours after work. I put the shed up by myself except for a little help from my wife holding the first corner sheets in place. After that I only need the help from my next door neighbor on two occasions each time for about two minutes to hold a screw in place. It took the weekend to erect and then I sealed it and anchored it in place during the following week. In the end when it was all said and done I am a happy customer. Every hole lined up but one. I found a video on youtube of someone putting this building together and that was a tremendous help. After watching the video I was confident in putting it up. I had a few pieces left over and I called Arrow customer service. After explaining which building I purchased and had left over parts the lady reeled off the part numbers and how many I had left. Those were in case I installed the building on the ground but obviously built it on a platform. Overall I am completely satisfied and have exactly what I expected. June 27, 2016
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