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Handy Home Products Princeton 10 ft. x 10 ft. Wood Storage Shed
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Handy Home Products

Princeton 10 ft. x 10 ft. Wood Storage Shed

  • 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)
$799.00 /each

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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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Customer Questions & Answers

I need to keep a 75 degree temperature inside. Can I install an electric convection heater?

Asked by: Anonymous
If you plan to run permanent power inside the unit. Be sure to check local building codes for electrical and fire. As is, I would say no. You would have to add insulation, provide proper wiring, venting and seal around the bottom of the walls and doors. Your screen name suggests a commercial use: like enclosing pumps and equipment or commercial storage. I would certainly check with Home Depot for rated wind and snow loading for your intended use.
Answered by: handyman
Date published: 2015-09-17

Do you need a permit from your city to build a shed?

Asked by: Bubba
Depends on the city. In some places you don't need one if it is not permanently attached to the ground. I know because we build halfpipes as a teenager and as long as it was just sitting on the ground it was legal.
Answered by: AdamUTAH
Date published: 2016-05-08

my names is jimmy carter,I 'm trying to find out if you have 8x10 shed per-cut with out a floor ?

Asked by: jimmy
We offer a 10 x 8 Somerset that you can order with out the floor.
Answered by: HandyHomeProductsTeam
Date published: 2015-09-20

can a windowis added to the wood sheds?

Asked by: Anonymous
yes windows can be add to this shed. but you have to cut out the wall for it
Answered by: Cindy
Date published: 2016-04-19

Is there a ramped threshold to make it easy to store a ride on lawnmower?

Asked by: Jane
This model does not include a ramp, however, it is possible to make or purchase a ramp for this unit.
Answered by: HandyHomeProductsTeam
Date published: 2017-01-30

how many pieces

how many pieces
Asked by: kim
The shed kit comes in a 4 x 8 x 2 block. Except for the flooring and shingles, all of the wood (plywood and 2x4's) and hardware are contained in the pallet. There are 86 pieces of lumber for the floor and wall joists, roof trusses and trim pieces. If the shed will have a wood floor, it is suggested to add additional floor joists for support. I am storing a lawn tractor in one shed and am glad I added the extra support. There are 18 wall and door panels, 8 roof panels and 4 soffit panels. They now include boxes of 2 & 3 inch nails. There are also bags of screws sized from 3/4 inch to 3 inches. I bought 2 inch triple coated deck screws and used them where they called for the 2 inch nails. It was probably a little overkill. But, I built 2 of these sheds and they are solid as rocks. Nothing short of a direct hit from a tornado will bring these down.
Answered by: Mike
Date published: 2016-11-26

Do I need to buy, all the screws for this home or they come with all necessary nails to be installed? Thank you

Asked by: ALEM
It comes with all the hardware except for 2" nails 3"nails and roofing nails. Unless you want to screw everything together. Then I would buy screws instead of nails,except for the roofing nails.
Answered by: REDREX
Date published: 2016-09-17

How many packages of shingles do you need to cover the roof? What is the square footage?

Asked by: anp
We call for 5 bundles of 3-tab shingles for this product.
Answered by: HandyHomeProductsTeam
Date published: 2015-12-31
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Princeton 10 ft. x 10 ft. Wood Storage Shed is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 330.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A surprisingly stiff shed but don't let the price fool you, it's much more expensive after you ad... A surprisingly stiff shed but don't let the price fool you, it's much more expensive after you add in the missing supplies. It's missing: 1. Floor runners (Pressure treated 4x4s) if you’re not building on a concrete slab 2. Floor panels 3. Nails or screws 4. Roofing material (drip edge, roofing felt, shingles, AND roofing nails) In the end, had I gone with my own design it would've been cheaper to have built my own shed and MUCH easier and quicker to build. Their design incorporates 2x3s and very few of them. They compensate for the lack of materials by nailing/screwing every 6 inches on the outside of the panels and 12 inches on the inside of the panels. You certainly will need a helper to transport them and build up the walls since they’re so flimsy and risk disassembling. If you were to frame your own walls with 2x4s and thicker walls panels you would use much less hardware because they're spaced out further thereby building it much quicker. NOW, if you're not that handy, this shed will suffice but I do recommend reinforcing the shed particularly by the door hinges and the walls which will add some cost on top of the missing material but it will give you a much stronger shed and peace of mind. I also highly recommend either a framing nail gun or use screws for quicker build but be warned that the use of screws may void the warranty. I agree with the manufacturer’s suggested optional materials such as adding additional PT 2x4 to the floor frame and using a drip edge for the roofing. I wanted a sturdier floor and I wanted to prevent any rain or snow hitting the edges of the roof. Additionally, add another barrel bolt to stiffen the stationary door and switch out the latch hasp with a beefier one. The hasp provided didn’t appear secure and strong to me.
Date published: 2016-11-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great looking shed Great looking shed. I paid a buddy a few hundred buks to help me put this together and it took us a week, well, we cud only work half days cuz it was 106 degrees here in Central California. I used 4/4 pressure treated lumber for foundation and 3/4" plywood flooring.I also used steel panel roofing to match my patio. And a nice 2/2' window.I also ordered extra lumber for shelving. I thought it was really cheesy the way they used 2/3 studs and spaced so far apart, but once screwed together it is very strong. I used to be a finish carpenter and it was fun to put the nail bags back on and build this shed, just happy I'm not doing it to make a living anymore. I alsogot a gallon of white primer and will whitewash the interior. It was a 100 buks cheaper when I bought it last month and with all the extras and labor it cost about $1,200 I think I'll use it as my work shop and man cave.
Date published: 2016-09-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from If you take the extra steps and tighten it up really well it's a solid shed. I really needed som... If you take the extra steps and tighten it up really well it's a solid shed. I really needed someone who knew what they were doing to get it to the point where it is though.
Date published: 2016-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is the second Princeton building that I've bought, and the first is still working at another... This is the second Princeton building that I've bought, and the first is still working at another home. After 10 years, the most I've done to it is improve the roof that came with it and give it a lovely coat of pink paint. The new Princeton is now installed and working at my new house. It is being tricked out with cabinets and shelves as I type to provide a way to organize. Rather than renting a storage locker, I wanted something that I could visit easily, and this little guy does the job. The installation was straightforward and took only two people (the second person is support for the first). The big part of the installation took two days. Yes. I would buy another one. In truth, we discussed getting another one just to set it up like a story book house that acts like a small studio.
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Buy Very happy with the shed overall. Price is reasonable, construction is good. However, the included hardware is garbage. We spent about $200 to purchase upgraded hardware (and shingles and flooring, but those aren't included in the kit anyway) and are very happy that we did. We hired a pair of contractors to assemble it. They said it was oddly constructed at first (pieces they thought were "junk" turned out to be necessary), but it did come together well. Seems very sturdy, it's the perfect size and I'm so happy we made the purchase. If they charged a little bit more and upgraded the hardware included, I would've given it 5 stars.
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fine engineering, easy set-up I am a back-yard non pro builder and have built 25 x 50 garagew/ radiant floor heat. I usually overbuild because I am in maintenece.The design on this shed confused me at first --,it seemed short cut. My wife and I built this on a pre-existing slab, which really made construction easy. I live in a very windy area, and wanted something solid. This shed is everything and more in what I expected.The shed is SOLID! Tall inside dementions. I have had it for 9 months now and it has survived 60 mile per hour winds -3 foot of snow.and still stands like a boulder! It took my wife and I 4 days -after work hrs.( approx. 20 hrs.) to erect the shed. It took me 3 days (4 hrs./day) to caulk and paint and shingle the shed.The only edition I made were vents in the gable.I trust this shed design and it looks great. I plan on buying 2 more because to build these sheds myself (not this kit) will cost me 30% more. I did the math.Don't be set off buy the negitive reviews you read here, because if you pay REAL CLOSE attention to the instructions( read them 4 times-really)you will get excellent results.
Date published: 2016-08-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Overall a great little shed. Instructions were clear and simple. I'm fairly handy, but this was t... Overall a great little shed. Instructions were clear and simple. I'm fairly handy, but this was the largest constuction project I've ever done, and it was a lot easier than anticipated. Laying/leveling the foundation was probably the hardest part, I used pre-cast pier blocks, 4x4 skids would have been easier. Get yourself a framing nailer and it will go together really quickly.
Date published: 2016-10-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pleased-Time Consuming to Assemble For the price we are pleased with the end product. However there are some items to be mindful of. First off, plan on about another $200 in supplies (nails, plywood for flooring, shingles, caulk, wood glue, etc.) Also know that the kit is very heavy. We did not want to pay the exorbitant delivery fee so we picked it up and had them load it on our trailer at the store. However when we got home we had no way to get it off the trailer (as we don't have a forklift). So we had to take it off the trailer one piece at time. Regarding the construction of the shed, it's pretty convuluted and very time consuming as there are a "million pieces". We had 3 or 4 people working on it at a time and it took us about a total of 20 hours to put together. Lastly I would recommend installing the extra supports in the floor frame if you are going to store anything heavy (snowblower, lawn tractor, etc.).
Date published: 2016-10-11
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