Model # NP8667

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Store SKU #817565

Arrow Newport 8 ft. x 6 ft. Steel Shed
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Arrow

Newport 8 ft. x 6 ft. Steel Shed

  • Features a stylish gable design for your storage needs
  • Electro galvanized steel for corrosion resistance
  • Appealing two tone aesthetics in Eggshell and Coffee
$218.00 /each

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Traditional, gable-roof styling combines with Arrow design and engineering features to make the NP8667 tops in economical outdoor storage. The NP8667 makes it easy to store and organize anything, from lawn and garden equipment to sporting goods and outdoor gear.

  • Durable electro galvanized steel construction
  • 255 cu. ft. storage capacity provides space to stow your gardening tools and yard equipment when not in use
  • 8 ft. x 6 ft. size is compact enough to fit into most backyards
  • Some assembly required
  • Includes floor frame kit to support plywood (wood not included)
  • 43 sq. ft. available floor space
  • Pitched roof helps rain and melting snow cascade to the ground to help prevent standing water and leaks
  • Sliding doors pull apart for 43-1/2 in. entrance width to accommodate lawn mowers and wheel Arrows
  • Tall walk-in design offers over 6 ft. of headroom at the maximum interior height
  • Doors can be locked for added security
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How much time does it take to assemble?

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February 22, 2014
The research I have found on this shed is conflicting. Some say it is a two day project. Others say it is a one day project. All say it requires two people for at least part of the time.

Does the manufacturer have a general assembly time they predict?
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September 4, 2016
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My husband spent 2 hours yesterday and 8 hours today putting it together and he is not finished. Tomorrow he will put the roof on so give yourself a whole weekend
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November 5, 2015
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Less than 4 hours with no help
Cordless drill, ratchet with 11/32 socket and needle nose pliers lots of excess screws nuts bolts and washers.
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July 24, 2015
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It tool me three days by myself the whole time and I built it on bare ground. You need a calm day for the first few steps. Once the corner panels are braced light wind is no big deal.
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June 29, 2015
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Took my friend and me 6.5 hours to assemble with half the time spent sorting out the parts and putting the plastic washers on each screw.
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July 17, 2014
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I took my time and took me 2-1/2 days with 1 helper but this did not include the time it took for me to build and level the base. I read some reviews where it was completed in a day or 2, weather permitting. The more helpers you have the faster it goes.
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April 26, 2014
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Two people can put it up in a day,it is easier to line up the holes,Look at the instruction very carefully,they are less then wonderful. Pay close attention to left and right rear corners.They can be installed upside down and backwards,SPACE PERMITTING LAY THEM OUT IN A STRAIGHT LINE.
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Corona, CA, USA
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April 16, 2014
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It took me longer because I have illnesses but if you do have 2 people for most of the work it can be done in one day. If you only have one person it is going to take longer. You do need 2 people for the framing of it and for the nuts and bolts part of it. It was frustrating for me but I got it done. The manufacturer says 2 days
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Cleveland, OH, USA
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April 1, 2014
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Day one.. One hour to figure out the mess and assemble the base. Day two.. Got most of the roof and all the walls up in for hours. I was complimented on how fast I was. Day three, 3 hours for the four center panels, doors, and finishing my wood floor. Just make your kids build it like I recommended previously.
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March 5, 2014
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I would not suggest trying to do it by yourself in one day. As with any project, take your time and don't rush it. Remember, preparation is the key to any project, big or small. Read through the manual, I know we don't like to do so, but it really does help. There are steps that you can complete by yourself to get things started. Once you get to the part that says don't attempt to go any further unless Read More
I would not suggest trying to do it by yourself in one day. As with any project, take your time and don't rush it. Remember, preparation is the key to any project, big or small. Read through the manual, I know we don't like to do so, but it really does help. There are steps that you can complete by yourself to get things started. Once you get to the part that says don't attempt to go any further unless you have the time to complete and 2 or more people, that statement is 100% accurate.
Please note, putting the shed together = 1 day for 2 people. If you have to move gravel/earth for where the shed is going to go and lay sand, understand that will add to the work time. I spent a couple hours 2 nights before and got my gravel moved, said laid, and the first parts that only require one person, done. Read Less
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February 24, 2014
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IT will take 2 people at least 7-8 hours for assembly. This is an approximate time frame because everybody works at different speeds.
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does this shed come with a floor or do you have to order it separately?

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May 23, 2013
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September 16, 2016
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Shed come 28th with floor
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Shed come 28th floor
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July 18, 2014
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If you build your own base as I did I used pressure treated wood and then covered the entire surface with plywood after I leved it. The plywood doubled as my flooring so no flooring kit was needed. The plywood also protected the frame from coming in contact with the pressure treated wood. This also made anchoring the shed more effective because I was able to anchor the frame of the shed to the plywood. I Read More
If you build your own base as I did I used pressure treated wood and then covered the entire surface with plywood after I leved it. The plywood doubled as my flooring so no flooring kit was needed. The plywood also protected the frame from coming in contact with the pressure treated wood. This also made anchoring the shed more effective because I was able to anchor the frame of the shed to the plywood. I used #8 1-1/4in galvanized sheet metal screws. Read Less
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June 23, 2013
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No, it doesn't come with a floor. You have to purchase a floor kit (if you want one), and the price is almost the same as the cost of the shed. We used wood pallots to hold it off of the ground, screwed plywood to those to use as the floor, and then screwed the frame to the plywood. There are several screw holes in the frame for this either way you go.
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June 19, 2013
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This doesn't come with a "floor" you would need to look for something suitable for your needs.
I have a patio and had it anchored to the cement.
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June 4, 2013
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It comes with a floor "kit". Metal supports that YOU add your own wood to. I would recommend building a complete pressure treated floor or concrete.
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June 4, 2013
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The shed comes with the flooring frame, the plywood I bought separately.
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May 26, 2013
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IT COMES WITH A FLOOR FRAME. YOU HAVE TO BUY PLYWOOD FOR THE FLOOR.
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May 23, 2013
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This model comes with a floor kit. It does not come with the plywood for on top of the floor.
You have to purchase plywood seperately.
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Is this shed water proof? Can I store papers in the shed

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April 25, 2016
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If you carefully fitted a heavy-duty green tarp across the top, it would never leak. I keep animal feed in mine, and have no problems.
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August 8, 2014
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Not likely metal building will sweat, unless u put insulation on sides and top
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It is designed to be waterproof but after building it test it with your garden hose before putting anything in it.
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January 5, 2013
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I would not store any papers in this shed.
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December 30, 2012
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Although water proof, it can leak over a period of time. I currently have 2 filing cabinets loaded with paper items and have not had any issues. I did cover the shed with a tarp when a small leak developed and it has worked out fine.
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Yes,it is weather proof by design.
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October 15, 2012
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I would not store papers in your shed as dampness gets into this shed. Dampness gets in as their are openings at bottom & top for air. This shed is not air tight.
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May 26, 2012
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NO it is not water proof!, with all the hundreds of screws and bolts, mass manufacturing there are many gaps and leak areas, it would take a lot of consentrated effort to water proof this shed
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May 22, 2012
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IF PROPERLY INSTALLED THE SHED WILL NOT LEAK BUT IT IS A GALVANIZED STEEL SHED AND IT MAY CONDENSATE INSIDE AND WE DO NOT RECOMMEND STORING PAERS INSIDE THE SHED. IT IS REALLY DESIGNED FOR OUTSIDE LAWN & GARDEN STORAGE ITEMS.
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what guage is the metal

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The structural members said to be .019 are approximately 26 gage. The panels are approximately 33 gage.
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August 26, 2014
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Call 1-800-851-1085
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Yes it is all stamped metal
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October 7, 2013
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its very thin, not sure the guage but if you plan on using it for storage of items that are not electronics, it really dont matter. It would only matter if it snows in your area or if you're having electronic stuff stored in there and it gets very hot in your town. Probably 14-16 guage
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I'm not sure what gauge it is but it's as 4 piece of paper put together.
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I don't know the actual gauge. Felt a hair thinner than aluminum flashing
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We measure by Thickness of Steel, not gauge.
The thickness of the steel used is .0088 for the paneling
.019 for the framing
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 267 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Pretty good for the price This took two people to assemble and more than one day to do. The quality was not the best because it bends very easily and damaging it a little is inevitable. It is attractive, though, and is a nice addition to your property if you need a shed. The price is great - so for what it costs, it's not a bad buy at all. You have to supply your own floor and that was a hassle. September 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great shed, good price. This is a good shed, especially for the price. My dad and I put it up in one day after having created a base to level it the previous day. As long as you have a level surface to build it on, follow directions closely, and periodically stop to make sure that the building is square as it comes together it should go up really easily. It's also light enough that if you wanted to you could build it one place- say your driveway - close to tools and in a level spot, and then move it with two or three people to wherever you want. I would definitely recommend this shed September 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great little shed! This is a great little shed for the money! Very easy to put together. I put it together by myself. My ground was far from level so I had to get a little creative with concrete blocks. The directions were very simple with pictures and 'parts needed' for each section clearly stated. All parts are numbered. Lots of extra screws, nuts, bolts & washers too. There are some nice grooves inside the wall for you to run the cable to anchor it and building the floor was also pretty easy. The frame is included. My shed has been up for some months now and been thru some windy, wet & snowy weather with no problems at all. I highly recommend it for anyone that needs that little bit of extra space. March 3, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by shed The ordering and pickup process was easy enough. The instructions and putting together of the shed itself was the problem. September 13, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice storage shed. Easy assembly with a helping hand. Metal storage sheds, no matter the brand, are easily dented. They are what they are, but if you take care of them, this shed will last for many years. And you can't beat the price. September 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Storage shed It took me about 8 hours to put the 6x8 ft. Shed together I was going to hire Home Depot to do it, but they were going to charge me more than I purchased the shed for. Shed $218.00 Home Depot price to install $360.00. I love it. September 7, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Fairly easy assembly I am a 52 yr old woman and I put it together myself, only needed another set of hands a few times. September 14, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Great little shed, but definitely not 8x6 ft. This is a great little shed for the amount we paid for it, but I was disappointed that it was definitely not the dimensions that were advertised. It came out to 7'11' x 5'3". Now, 7'11" I can handle, that's pretty close. But 5'3"? That's nearly a foot shorter on one end than it was supposed to be. If my spouse and I hadn't spend 12 hours putting it together already, I'd probably take it back. Really frustrating, and some of the things we were going to put in it aren't going to fit. August 22, 2016
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