Model # YS47

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Arrow Yard Saver 4 ft. x 7 ft. Storage Shed


Yard Saver 4 ft. x 7 ft. Storage Shed

$419.00 /each

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Product Overview

A sloped roof and lean-to design allow you to abut this Arrow Yard Saver storage shed against another structure for maximum space efficiency. The double-door entryway can be assembled on either end to suit your needs and the 4 ft. x 7 ft. layout boasts 154 cu. ft. of storage space to safeguard bicycles, patio furniture, grilling equipment, tools, lawn and garden supplies, swimming pool accessories, trash cans and more. This floorless storage building is constructed with galvanized steel and rises 82 in. at its highest point, offering plentiful headroom for maneuverability.

  • Made from galvanized steel for durability
  • Lean-to design allows shed to be placed against home or other existing structure
  • Metal siding for stability
  • 154 cu. ft. storage capacity provides ample space to stow gardening tools and yard equipment
  • Sloped roof prevents precipitation from pooling on top of the structure
  • Door mounts to either end for easy access
  • Door latch helps keep content secure
  • Sidewall height is 62-1/2 in.
  • Exterior peak is over 6 ft. to provide headroom
  • Painted in a white finish
  • Arrow floor frame kit sold separately
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Customer Questions & Answers

Can the roof be installed with the roof sloping the other way?

Asked by: Anonymous
You can turn this shed whichever way you want and then put the doors on the end that is most convenient for you. In other words, the roof only goes on one way but you can turn the building around (and put the doors on the other end) so the result is the same as if you had installed the roof the other way.
Answered by: TED
Date published: 2016-11-15

can the doors be installed on either side?

Asked by: Anonymous
well, it has 4 sides actually, AND yes, you can put the door anywhere you want it, but it is recommended that you put it on the shed.
Answered by: Dude
Date published: 2017-03-17

Can this shed be painted?

Can this shed be painted?
Asked by: Fairfax
Yes, this shed can be repainted. Thank You
Answered by: Arrowsheds
Date published: 2016-12-12

Can I leave one 7ft side open. Will there be enough support.i want to use as a cover for my pool pump and filter.

Asked by: Pat
No. Our sheds are not made for that. If you are wanting to provide a shelter for a pool pump you may want to look into building a stable wooden structure.
Answered by: Arrowsheds
Date published: 2016-09-22
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Customer Reviews

Yard Saver 4 ft. x 7 ft. Storage Shed is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 45.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I got what I paid for, and I regret it now You get what you pay for. I went for price when I compared to similarly sized products in vinyl/resin. It became clear why the price was so low. The instructions are poorly written and drawn, as if whoever was responsible for it had instinctive and innate knowledge of how to assemble the shed but lacked the skills to translate that to paper for those who don't already know how to assemble it. Many areas of the instructions make wild assumptions, which again are filled by the author's own knowledge, but failed to make it to paper. Machining was also not very precise in spots. Metal folds covered some screw holes, and other screw holes don't line up precisely, despite best efforts to keep the structure squared and level. The metal is very thin, and given the lack of precision in production or thoroughness of the instructions, I don't expect it to be watertight inside. Items that won't be affected by moisture would be best stored in this shed, so I won't be rotating my lawnmower and snowblower into this building as I'd originally hoped to do. The winter will be a big question mark as to how the building holds up to Michigan snows.
Date published: 2016-05-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointing This shed is very flimsy both in material and structure. In the on-line picture, there appears to be a floor. However, it did not come with one. There is the option of ordering a floor. It would be very helpful to have this information in advance. Perhaps the options would pop up after the shed is added to the cart. Since this is an on line only item, we were not able to check it out at the store prior to purchase. Had that been the case, we would have sought other options. After building a floor and shoring up the construction, we will be able to use this shed. However, it took more time and money than anticipated.
Date published: 2012-04-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by from All the negaive reviews are for real. Every single bad thing you read about this shed is true. By the time you get this thing assembled you will need therapy. Trust me you'll spend more on therapy than the shed was worth. Complete nightmare from start to finish. I'm a handy person and managed to get it together. Instructions are insane, put everything together only to take it apart again to add another panel a very steps later. Extremely poor quality. You won't be happy with this cheap shed. I guarantee you that. Spend the money and buy a vinyl one. Huge regrets with this purchase. Only reason I am not returning it is because I would have to take it all apart...more therapy? I'm guessing! Stay away from this shed, its made me crazy and it will make you crazy too.
Date published: 2014-09-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from sturdy and attractive The doors don't fit well--too tight. The instructions are not as clear as they should be. note especially the difficulty of inserting insulation in doors if you attach hardware first AND fully screw it in. Necessary to back off the bolts, slide insulation in (difficult), THEN tighten screws and hope nuts catch in the insulation material. Must be a better way. Also, lack of clarity about when to use which screws or nuts and bolds.
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Life mistakes I've made serious mistakes in my life. I shoplifted as a child. As an adult, I stayed with a cheating girlfriend for 3 years. I've made bad decisions resulting in vehicular accidents. And I bought this shed. I consider myself a pretty handy person, and built this without the suggested helper. I still managed to build this along with a 2X4 base in two afternoons. (About 8 hours). It would have been a lot faster if all the holes lined up, and if they didn't decide to provide ALL hardware (with similar-looking parts) in the same bag. Additionally, some of the hardware was substandard and didn't fit together properly - resulting in some frustration and a lot of cursing which luckily my newborn doesn't understand yet. It suggests wearing gloves which is impossible with the positioning and small nature of the hardware. But some edges are indeed sharp - to which a nasty 3-inch gash in my arm will attest. The instructions aren't horrible but require a little thinking to fill in the gaps they left out. Some of the engineering choices are poor, such as the requirement to insert foam into the doors after you've installed hinge hardware, which digs into the foam board and makes it difficult to install. The shed is actually about 6.5' long... not 7 as advertised. You WILL need a drill - especially once you give up lining up the holes on the roof panel. It should also be noted that if you build a wood base, the plywood cannot be pressure treated or it voids the warranty. (Something about chemicals eating into the metal/paint) Tip: Don't install the larger panels in the order they provide them in the box; there is one large panel shorter than the others and it *must* be installed correctly or most of the holes on the taller side support bars won't line up nor will the remaining panels on that side. All in all this was a frustrating and slow product to assemble but might not have been QUITE as bad as a I first let on. It wasn't pleasant at all, but I suppose I *have* made a few worse choices in life. When it first starts going together you wonder how it would possibly be strong enough to stand up on its own, let alone be resistant to the elements. But once it is together it's actually fairly sturdy. The panels are thin metal and do dent easily, and I imagine I'm going to have a golf ball effect after the first hail it encounters. But the price was right, it does serve the purpose, and it is hard to find a shed that fits on the side of a house in this society of ever-shrinking lot sizes. I rated this shed a 3/5 - but only because of the reasonable cost. Otherwise, a 2/5 is probably more appropriate.
Date published: 2013-05-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mission Accomplished This is a quality product. I read reviews before deciding to take a chance on purchase and was a little reluctant. But I need this size/dimension for a specific reason, so I bought it. The unit came in earlier than expected via freight carrier. I elected to go to the carrier's dock and take delivery. I thought that if it appeared to be damaged that I'd just refuse delivery and leave it right there. It was well packaged on a disposable pallet and completely damage free. The warehouseman loaded the skid into my Avalanche with a fork lift, perfectly. So far, so good. I got it home and dragged it out of the truck straight onto saw horses, pallet an all. Cut the package open and started an inventory check off included in the well written instruction book (after I threw the other 5 language books away). It was all there, no damage, good to go. The instructions are clear and easy to follow. Contrary to what other reviewers have said I found that there is an excess of required fasteners. There was a small sealed bag of assorted fasteners of the types needed that was marked as such. So I have left over parts even after the unit was built properly and finished. The instructions are great, the parts and pieces are well marked as represented in the manual. All of the pre-drilled holes aligned. The 2 or 3 times I needed to use a scratch awl to align holes were because the unit got a tad off square as I was assembling it. I did this assembly alone. 2 people would be an asset but it can be done solo. I am 65 yrs old and slower than I used to be, stiff and sore from inactivity and the required bending and step ladder. Assembly took about 8 hours total. I am very happy with this storage unit. Perfectly suits my needs, reasonable price.
Date published: 2010-03-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This shed is really good The only problem I encountered was the assembling of the shed because the nails got confusing and the placement of the door was also confusing. Other than that the shed was good.
Date published: 2013-07-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Average product for the purpose intended, storing just a few items such as gardening tools and flower pots. Description is incorrect as there are only doors at one end. This is not a problem and is preferred, second set of doors not necessary. There is no mention of any flooring so the description page should have recommended the purchase of matching flooring or platform. All parts for assembly were included and all screws and bolts and material were of correct size. A professional carpenter took 5 hours to complete the assembly with minimal assistance from a second party- i.e. support braces while screwing panels to them. A few sets of holes did not line up but carpenter could re-drill and then attach. The entire shed is a bit light in weight so we will be securing it to another building as well as to sturdy plywood flooring. I would not recommend storing valuable equipment such as lawnmower or power tools in it as the doors are not sturdy enough to withstand theft locked or not. Doors are also short and everyone over 5' must duck to get in. Perfect size for rakes and other garden tools, maybe one small wheel barrow, flower pots storage if the matching shelving is purchased to place against one side or the other.
Date published: 2012-02-07
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