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Princeton 10 ft. x 10 ft. Wood Storage Shed

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  • Easy Assembly – All parts pre-cut & pre-hung 64”W double doors
  • Pre-primed engineered siding is treated for durability
  • Customize - paint & shingle to match your home (sold separately)

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Model # 18250-1

Internet # 100350323

Store SKU # 660356

Store SO SKU # 1000238965

The Handy Home Products Princeton 10 ft. x 10 ft. Storage Shed allows you to customize your shed with paint and shingles (not included) to match your home. The 64 in. W double doors feature full-length hinges and swivel hasps for easy access to large lawn and garden equipment. The sturdy 2 x 3 construction helps to meet the demands of inclement weather. The free treated wood floor frame is ready for plywood or OSB decking (not included) while the patented EZ frame design reduces installation time.

  • Assembled dimension: 129 in. W x 124 in. D x 98.50 in. H
  • Shed siding is primed and ready for paint, nails, paint and shingles sold separately
  • 705 cu. ft. storage capacity provides space to keep your yard equipment and gardening tools when not in use
  • 6 ft. high side walls with 8 ft. high peak creates lots of storage space, all wood is pre-cut and ready to assemble
  • Pre-cut for easy assembly with common household tools
  • Patented frame design reduced installation time
  • Free treated wood floor frame is ready for plywood or OSB, decking not included
  • Oriented strand board/asphalt shingles helps to protect against all types of weather, asphalt shingles not included
  • Large 64 in. W pre-hung, pre-assembled double doors with continuous hinges for added strength
  • Heavy duty, rust-resistant swivel hasp for added security
  • Kit includes simple, illustrated instructions
  • 10-year limited warranty
  • In stock at select locations

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Approximate Depth (ft.) 
10 
Approximate Width (ft.) 
11 
Assembled Depth (in.) 
124.00 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
98.5 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
129 in 
Door Opening Height (In.) 
72 
Door Opening Width (In.) 
64 
Door Opening Width (ft.) 
Exact Width x Depth 
10 ft 9 in x 10 ft 4 in 
Sidewall Height (in.) 
72 
Details
Assembly Required 
Yes 
Color Family 
Multi 
Floor Options 
Without Floor 
Maximum Roof Load (lb./ sq. ft.) 
30 
Maximum Wind Resistance (mph) 
110 
Number of Doors 
Number of Windows 
Product Weight (lb.) 
915 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Roof Color Family 
Light Brown Wood 
Roof Pitch 
4/12 
Roof Shape 
Peak 
Shed Door Type 
Double 
Shed Features 
Door Latch,Double Door,Lockable Door 
Shed Style 
Ranch 
Siding Color Family 
Light Brown Wood 
Storage Capacity (cu. ft.) 
705 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
10 year warranty 

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Approximate Width (ft.): 10 - 12
Approximate Depth (ft.): 10 - 12
Price: $600 - $700
Review Rating: 3 & Up
Brand: Handy Home Products
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Package Is Slightly Damaged: Should I Refuse Pickup

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Denver, CO
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July 15, 2014
I purchased the Princeton and the guys were going to load it but had me look at them first. There were three stacked on top of each other and stored outdoors. On the bottom of the package of the top one, it had been damaged, probably by a forklift. It wasn't that bad. Not sure if I should have got it or not... next time I'll get a picture...
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December 14, 2015
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as already said take pics , open and inspect , most of all if you feel there is no real damage , sign the accepance slip " accepted subject to hidden damages , outer package shows signs of mishandling. this way you have it and still have a recourse to get damaged pieces replaced .
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July 17, 2014
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Although the packaging is damaged it necessarily doesn't mean the material inside is. I would with their help open it up to inspect.
The shed is delivered primed and not a finish paint. So depending on what damage it might not mater. And paint can most likely cover up, or could just be the framing material and if not a structural issue not a big deal.
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July 17, 2014
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Always best to check If you a have chance before they load it, if you have a doubt, also a picture is worth a thousand words in most cases !!
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July 17, 2014
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If there are damaged parts in your kit, please contact Handy Home Products directly to resolve.
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Vancouver, WA, USA
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July 16, 2014
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Yes. There is only plastic around the actual building materials, if it looks damaged or dented then your lumber and siding will be dented. Home Depot is great about returns.
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July 16, 2014
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As a general rule, I would not accept a damaged package. In the case of this shed kit, the better question is "Where is the damage?" If a corner is crushed, multiple pieces of wood and/or paneling may be damaged. All of the pieces are stacked to optimize space and the outside flat areas are generally roof decking. I would guess this is to protect the paneling and pre-cut wood pieces stacked in the Read More
As a general rule, I would not accept a damaged package. In the case of this shed kit, the better question is "Where is the damage?" If a corner is crushed, multiple pieces of wood and/or paneling may be damaged. All of the pieces are stacked to optimize space and the outside flat areas are generally roof decking. I would guess this is to protect the paneling and pre-cut wood pieces stacked in the middle.
Ask the store if they will replace any broken pieces. If you have a table saw and/or circular saw it is possible to reproduce one broken piece of wood from a 2x4. I purchased 8 extra 2x4's just for this possibility. Paneling would be a different matter all together. One 8x4 sheet is 10x more expensive than a 2x4.
Ultimately, go with your gut instinct. Read Less
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July 16, 2014
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I would try to get one that the box is not damaged. We previously had brought home one of the vinyl sheds, but when my husband got home with it, the box was damaged and so was the shed. Which we ended up returning and going with the wood shed instead.
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If I were to use screws instead of nails to build this shed,what type and size of screws should I use

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Everett, WA
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May 8, 2015
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You need to be very careful using screws instead of nails. Screws, by the nature of how they are made, are brittle and break long before a nail will. (How many times have you snapped a screw head off?) I'm not saying you can't or shouldn't use screws, I'm just saying there are areas that nails are a better idea. Like anything structural, wall studs, trusses, things like that.
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Birmingham, AL
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July 13, 2014
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I used "Deckmate" screws: #8 x 1 5/8", and #9 x 3".
They are a little expensive but drive nicely with a cordless drill. You could save money by using standard wood screws of the same size.
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July 13, 2014
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I used 2" galvanized decking screws.
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Moscow, ID
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June 30, 2014
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Buy a couple of pounds of 2" wood screws and some 3" wood screws
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May 27, 2014
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3" and 2" would be used on this building. Galvinized No. 8 would best.
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May 24, 2014
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I used screws instead. The sizes I used were 1 inch, 2 inch and 2.5 inches. They vary depending on placement of the screw.
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Fuquay Varina, NC, USA
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May 24, 2014
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Hi Mike,
I bought my own screws also... I used some of there nails but as you know screws are ususally better. I don't remember exactly all the different sizes... ...but many many 2" and 3". I used deck screws with the hex heads. get more than you think you'll need, you can always return the unopened boxes.
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Will it fit in long bed with bed cover?

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Will this fit in a long bed pickup with a fiberglass bed cover?
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Monticello, FL
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May 30, 2015
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Kit is 4 X 8 X 2. Must load from tail gate with fork lift. Weighs around 800 lbs. Make sure they have extenders for the fork lift. Only way to do it right. Also suggest putting down a couple 4 X 4's or land scape timbers to slide the kit in on and have room to drop and pull the forks out.
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The bundle is basically 4' x 8' x about 12" high. It weighs about 750#. A 3/4 ton pickup carried my nicely.
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As long as its a standard size pickup, its 8'x4' by 24"
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yes. It's not very big. They don't even use 10' boards; they use 6' and 4' boards. The shed Kit doesn't come with all the materials. If you only want to make one trip, pick up a couple pounds on 2" screws, which aren't included, 4 sheets of 5/8" CDX plywood, a roll of 30 lb felt, and whatever roofing you want. If you don't have wood glue on hand buy a big bottle of that. Also, not all boards are treated Read More
yes. It's not very big. They don't even use 10' boards; they use 6' and 4' boards. The shed Kit doesn't come with all the materials. If you only want to make one trip, pick up a couple pounds on 2" screws, which aren't included, 4 sheets of 5/8" CDX plywood, a roll of 30 lb felt, and whatever roofing you want. If you don't have wood glue on hand buy a big bottle of that. Also, not all boards are treated and primed. You will need an additional 2 to 3 gal of exterior paint. Read Less
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June 10, 2014
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Yes, this shed unassembled fit in the bed of our F350 long bed with the tail gate closed. It comes shrink wrapped in a rectangular bundle.
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May 27, 2014
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The kit all ships on a 4'x8' pallet and weighs about 857 lbs.
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May 20, 2014
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Hi pinkstond,
You will need a larger truck without a bed cover to transport this shed kit.
Most Home Depot stores can rent you a truck.
Mike,
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I would like to set this on a concrete pad without the floor. Is this possible?

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Walker, MI
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September 22, 2014
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YES. We installed it on a 11x11 pad. Put down treated 2x4 's and anchored them with Tapcons. Make sure the pad is pretty level otherwise there might be some tweaking involved. 5 TapCons per side except the door was 4
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Yes. You would however want to anchor the floor plates to the concrete around
the edges so it will be stationary. This can be done by drilling with a masonry
bit and screwing into it with big Tapcon screws or similar.
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August 21, 2014
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No. The bottom of the walls are not all on sole plates (studs). Some have to be toe nailed in place to a wood floor. You would have to add sole plates all around howver that would lift wall height and may cause outside wall to be off pad.
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You can, but since wooden floor also serves as the sole plate for the walls - the walls overlap the floor on all four sides - you will need to create a 2x4 frame whose outside dimensions are the same as the floor plans indicate. The walls then sit on this frame just as if it were the floor.This frame needs to caulked on the bottom side and attached to the concrete with concrete anchors. Care must be Read More
You can, but since wooden floor also serves as the sole plate for the walls - the walls overlap the floor on all four sides - you will need to create a 2x4 frame whose outside dimensions are the same as the floor plans indicate. The walls then sit on this frame just as if it were the floor.This frame needs to caulked on the bottom side and attached to the concrete with concrete anchors. Care must be taken to insure this frame is square and its dimensions are as called for in the floor plans. Then you build the shed on this frame just as you would if building on a wood floor. It should actually produce a better shed than one built on the wooden floor.
The only real difficulty you will encounter is the portion of the 2x4 frame that crosses the door opening. If it is not troublesome to bump over this board while moving items into and out of the shed, you can leave it in place. However, if you need to remove it things become more complicated as this frame, in place of the wooden floor, serves as a stop for the bottom of the doors. You could perhaps reduce the thickness of this portion of the frame, so that it would still stop the doors on closing, and not be too objectionable.
I see no insurmountable difficulties with this project, however, if your thought was to produce a concrete pad that matches the plan floor dimensions, you will encounter many difficulties. The first would be building the pad as accurately as the shed requires, and there simply is not much leeway there. The next difficulty would be attaching the bottom of the side panels to the sides of the concrete pad - there are many attachments required there as well as for the wall studs.
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I think it can be done. However the walls hang over the floor base by a couple inches, so you would have to bolt treated 2x4's or 4x4's onto the cement to anchor the building.
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August 18, 2014
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Thank you for your interest in our product. It is possible for you to use a concrete pad as the flooring of your shed. The actual foundation size for the Princeton is 10'x9' 8-5/8". If you have any further questions or concerns please feel free to contact us at 1-800-221-1849.
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Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 270 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Read Instructions Before Purchasing Overall this was a good purchase. When the shed is not fully assembled the walls seem flimsy. However once they are all together it is very sturdy. Sturdy enough for two grown men to be on the roof while nailing down the shingles. Note that you have to buy a lot of extra stuff (shingles, tar paper, drip edge, paint, nails, etc.) to actually build the shed. For me after painting the total cost was over $1,100. Note also that it is framed with 2x3s instead of 2x4s. Easy enough to add shelving. The hardest part of the entire project was ensuring the shed was on level ground. I assembled the four walls in half a day and it took myself and another guy a full 12 hours to create a level foundation and put it up (including shingles, not including paint & shelves). One last thing, I needed to rent a truck to get it to my house, It is 4 x 8 x 2 and its solid lumber. Either get it delivered or rent a flatbed for $20. May 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very Nicely Designed Shed The design of this shed is very well thought out. All of the pre-cut parts were packed into a 2x4x8 foot pallet. Everything was there. It took about 25 hours of my time to put the shed together. The hardest part was getting a level surface for the flooring. I would strongly recommend the added floor joists if you plan to store a lawn tractor. I used 3/4 inch treated plywood for the decking. Again, because of how I plan to use it. Also, get your own 2.5 & 3 inch screws. The provided screws tended to break if you were not careful. The instructions were detailed and very helpful to me. But, READ them carefully! There were some nominal variances in the wood, so measure everything and make sure all of the walls are square and plumb. Use a high quality exterior primer for all the exposed bare wood. It will save you down the road. Because I liked this shed layout, I am putting up a second one. But, due to city rules, it will be on a slab. May 17, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by review of shed Package did not include flooring materials or roofing materials. I ended up paying an additional $450.00 for the extra materials and paint and it took 3 days and add'll $350.00 for a person we hired to put it up. We ended up spending a total of $1700 for a 10 X 10 X 8 shed. May 13, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 10x10 Shed Very simple build. A few more wall joists would have been nice. Overall, I would recommend. May 24, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor instruction Its a poor design at best. LOOK AT THE INSTRUCTIONS ONLINE May 17, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Princeton 10 x 10 shed You need a carpenter to put this together. Directions extremely difficult to follow. And you need to go out and purchase all pretreated wood for the flooring. Very dissatisfied! May 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by HEADACHE MEDS READY? Warped boards can be dealt with, wrong pre-cuts cannot. Back wall is wider than then the deck, side walls are not long enough. Sturdy and we'll make it work, but the headaches of altering and making it work are not worth it and shouldn't happen, along with purchasing extra material to compensate for gaps and uneveness. Every instruction and step were read multiple times and all done proper. Would struggle with purchasing again at half the price... May 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Decent Kit First off, just make sure you know what you are getting for the price. Don't expect the best built shed, but don't be turned off by other reviews. There were a couple bowed 2x3's, however it didn't effect the construction too much, just use your common sense. Make sure you purchase flooring material, 2" and 3" nails (suggest a nail gun), wood glue, 4x4x10's, solid blocks, caulking and roofing materials. My neighbor and I have experience with other projects and it took us a couple 8 hour days to level a foundation and get the walls, roof sheathing and doors up. Keep you area organized and it can actually be a pretty enjoyable project. I was second guessing the construction (seems flimsy at first) but once everything is assembled it is actually quite sturdy. If you are looking for a good sized shed at a value, give this a chance. April 25, 2016
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