Model # 97054.0

Internet #202719031

ShelterLogic 12 ft. x 20 ft. x 9 ft. Green Steel and Polyethylene Garage without Floor
0677599970542

ShelterLogic

12 ft. x 20 ft. x 9 ft. Green Steel and Polyethylene Garage without Floor

$819.99 /each

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ShelterCoat garages are the ideal compact storage solution for ATV's, lawn and garden equipment, small tractors, patio furniture, pool supplies, tools and equipment and bulk storage. Choose from the largest selection of premium powder-coated steel frame, fabric shelters in the industry, With THOUSANDS of choices we have a shelter to custom fit any storage need at an affordable price.

  • Frame constructed of heavy duty 1-5/8 in. Dia steel
  • Premium powder-coat finish protects frame from corrosion and rust
  • Ripstop tough advanced engineered polyethylene fabric cover is UV treated inside, outside and in between heat welded seams, not stitched, are 100% waterproof
  • Patented ShelterLock stabilizers at every rib connection for rock-solid strength and stability
  • Ratchet tite tension system and easy-slide cross rails keep the cover smooth and taut
  • Bolt-together hardware at every connection point ensures maximum strength and durability
  • Universal steel foot plates for easy and solid connection to ground anchors, cement or pony walls
  • Manufacturer recommends one anchor per leg-see included Anchor guide for more information

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12 ft. x 20 ft. x 9 ft. Green Steel and Polyethylene Garage without Floor
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Shelter Logic model 97054.0 internet # 202719031

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Willie G
Alpena, MI 49707
October 5, 2012
Does this item come with Roll up door kits and Vent kit ?
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November 20, 2014
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No. Contrary to what I read on the Home Depot Q&A page, the Barn kit does not come with either a vent kit or the rollup door kits. They are not listed in the 'Parts List' which comes in the box with the Shelter and is the Official Document that specifies what you get for your money. When you call the manufacturer, they will tell you this: if you got everything that is listed on the parts list, you got Read More
No. Contrary to what I read on the Home Depot Q&A page, the Barn kit does not come with either a vent kit or the rollup door kits. They are not listed in the 'Parts List' which comes in the box with the Shelter and is the Official Document that specifies what you get for your money. When you call the manufacturer, they will tell you this: if you got everything that is listed on the parts list, you got exactly what you ordered. If you saw a picture of their product with features shown and you don't see them on the parts list, you have an issue with the retailer, not the manufacturer. This can happen when a large retailer uses a picture of a product that they are not really familiar with. Hope that helps.
P.S. Its still a great little barn and a good value for the money.
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October 5, 2012
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"Shelterlogics 12 ft. x 20 ft. x 9 ft. Barn Style Shelter in green
does come with one Vent Kit and two Roll-Up Door Kits."
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what is the height of the door opening ?

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what is the height of the door opening ?
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September 14, 2015
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The height of the door opening on this Shelter is 6'8" tall by 9'6" wide.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Pay Attention and Love your Barn Ok, Where to start? First, dont get confused by the pictures on the HD website. They used the same picture for the 12X24 as the 12X20. There is 4 feet between each set of frame legs on each model. Don't worry about the instructions. It's not rocket science. Seriously. A few minutes to read through them all will get you 98% through it if you're a do it yourselfer, but if you are not 'handy' then, you may want to get somebody to help you. I was not in a hurry and was able to construct it alone. Umm you will notice they have some quality control issues as other customers point out on other products; holes on some connectors that will NOT line up; welding slag on the connectors that would quickly shred the cover. I filed them down smooth and painted them. Void my warranty? Ha! Don't try putting your cover over those jagged metal bubbles. Protect your investment. Take a little time, fix that small problem and enjoy the process. You'll also notice they have a problem with the orientation of the pieces of the connectors when welding them. They are sometimes angled the wrong way. This makes the frame all whacked after you bolt it together. Before you put the cover on, take the time to use a heavy duty ratchet strap or whatever means and work the humps out until it's true. Same with the feet; don't worry about the stub's angle in relation to the bolt pattern. Set the feet all pointing the right way and after it's bolted together, there's enough give so that the frame legs will line up (with a little massaging). Remember- its a temporary shelter not a Governor's Mansion. Note: do not get thrown off by the number of feet in the kit. It uses 3 on each side for the bottom of the mid frames and a tubular elbow instead of a footpad at each of the four corners on the end frames.This is well illustrated in the instructions and the part I should have paid more attention to! Also- anchors INSIDE so as not to interfere with the apron that lays on the ground OUTSIDE for a nice weatherproof fit. November 20, 2014
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