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Yard Saver 4 ft. W x 7 ft. D White Galvanized Metal Storage Shed

  • Metal storage shed kit is versatile to fill a variety of needs
  • Electro galvanized steel for corrosion resistance and durability
  • Arrow 10 year warranty
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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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Approximate Depth (ft.)
Approximate Width (ft.)
Assembled Depth (in.)
79.75 in
Assembled Height (in.)
82 in
Assembled Width (in.)
49 in
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
Door Opening Height (In.)
Door Opening Width (ft.)
Door Opening Width (In.)
Exact Width x Depth
4 ft 1 in x 6 ft 7.75 in
Sidewall Height (in.)


Assembly Required
Capacity (cu. ft.) - Total
Color Family
Door Type
Door Latch,Double Door,Lockable Door
Floor Options
Without Floor
Foundation Not Included
No Additional Items Included
Manufacturers Recommended Assembly Time (hours)
Manufacturers Recommended Tools needed for Assembly
safety glasses, Phillips screwdriver, gloves, ladder, utility knife, pliers, level, tape measure
Maximum Roof Load
Maximum Wind Resistance
Number of People Recommended by Manufacturer to Assemble
Number of Windows
Product Weight (lb.)
Roof Color Family
Roof Material
Roof Material
Roof Pitch
Roof Shape
Shed Type
Siding Color Family
Storage Capacity (cu. ft.)

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
10 Year Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers


How can it hold up in snow load?

Asked by Ev June 10, 2021

My unit has withstood a 14 inch snowfall No adverse impact.

When will this shed be back in stock?

Asked by Anthony April 26, 2021

Can this be used as a laundry room?

Asked by Maid September 29, 2020

I would think not. It is a small light guage steel structure that wouldn't provide safe support for plumbing and electrical.

Can I put t1-11 siding on instead of the metal sheet?

Asked by Zac July 1, 2020

If you're going to go to that much trouble, then I'd say simply build a shed from scratch. Once assembled, it is solid and holds up well. However, that structural integrity only happens once it is fully assembled. Otherwise, the parts and siding are very lightweight and flimsy. I doubt the frame structure would support the heavier wood siding as well. I like my shed a lot, but you will be very annoyed with the literally hundreds of screws that hold it together on assembly. It's a two day job, so pick a good weather weekend with little wind. You will curse and grimace during the installation, but will like the shed once it's done. They really do need to add that to the instructions to encourage people to be patient.

Can you buy and extra door to open both ends?

Asked by Tiko June 20, 2020

Hello, Yes, you can purchase an additional door and then assemble one on each end. For pricing and availability please give us a call at 1-800-851-1085 (press 1). Thank you

I live in snow country, what kind of load will the roof handle?

Asked by Patecroute June 1, 2020

Not a good choice for anywhere there is any significant snow. or high winds. It might handle 3 or 4 inches.

How big is the shed in a box

Asked by JS April 28, 2020

Hello, The exterior dimensions measure 4 ft. wide, 7 ft. deep and 8 in. high. Hope that helps!

Is there an option to have doors one both sides (ie order an extra set of doors so can be opened ...

Asked by BroMoney April 16, 2020

The door can be installed on either side, but you'd have to find a way to special order a second set of doors from the manufacturer to have doors on both ends.

how wide is the door

Asked by joseph April 14, 2020

Hi Joseph, The door opening measures 38-1/2"W x 60-1/4"H. Hope that helps!

Can I buy a second door so that I can get in from either side

Asked by Lynne April 10, 2020

Hi Lynne, Yes, you can purchase an additional door. For pricing and availability please give us a call at 1-800-851-1085 (press 1).

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.1
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Overall time to assemble was 8 hours with 2 people...
Overall time to assemble was 8 hours with 2 people working on it. Some instructions not clear till we came up on a step that needed to be done first. Had to backtrack at least 5 times to correct! One positive but curious note! Had "ONE" piece left over not even listed on parts list! Called manuacturer, they verified it was a piece put in by error. I sent photos of completed project to them highlighting a cheap add-on that further protected the shed!
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
Easy to put together, only one problem. I received two left trim pcs, should have been one left a...
Easy to put together, only one problem. I received two left trim pcs, should have been one left and one right. Called the Shed Company and they will send the part in five days, no hassle and they were very sorry that this happen. All is good. Did some mods, to make it bigger than 4 foot wide. Added two more feet.
by Shed1
1 person found this helpful
Worked out pretty good. Kind of a pain putting the initial frame together but after that is done ...
Worked out pretty good. Kind of a pain putting the initial frame together but after that is done it's pretty simple. Some of the pieces was alittle bent but not to bad Also, The doors didnt line up very well but other that it's a pretty good buy.
by Derek
2 people found this helpful
Took about 10 hours for me to assemble in a confined area and really taking my time due to the ve...
Took about 10 hours for me to assemble in a confined area and really taking my time due to the very sharp edges and inexpensive materials. Needed a second set of hands for a few steps to position and hold pieces in place. It would be nice if the sheet metal screws were a little bit longer. Used a cordless drill with lowest torque setting. I suggest that kids be kept away from the parts and shed during assembly. This is also indicated in the assembly instructions. I also suggest wearing some thin gloves to help prevent cuts/nicks on your hands and such. The edges of the siding pieces are very sharp. Instructions are okay, but could be better. It helped to read the instructions before starting the assembly process. Make sure to have the parts in the proper orientation before installing the fasteners, to avoid disassembly/reassembly. The shed is movable with 2-3 people, so I would assemble in an open area and then move to confined space if I were to assemble another shed. Be sure to exam the packaging upon delivery or pickup from the store. There are ample extra screws, so don't fret if you drop/lose some. Given the cost, previously submitted reviews and overall rating, this product met my expectations.
by DIYer
1 person found this helpful
Yard Saver that delivers quality and value
I thoroughly researched this shed before purchasing it, so I felt like I knew what I was getting into. I’ve read all of the reviews on multiple sites and I settled on this shed due to several factors. 1. It’s metal so I don’t have the concerns about maintenance like a wood shed. 2. The dimensions meant I could install it under my deck. 3. I liked the double door feature. Due to location I opted for the wooden platform. This allowed me to anchor the platform. The design required some additional planning, the instructions were lacking in some details, for instance how many sheets of plywood were needed. The dimensions of the platform are just over 4’ wide and just under 10’ long, so it isn’t a true 4’x10’ shed, but I still needed 3 sheets of plywood! Also, the spacing of the floor joists needed to be thought through so that the sheathing edges would be supported. I settled on 12” spacing and adjusted the several pieces for the edges. My local store did not carry the required plywood thickness per the instructions, so I chose the thicker available option (3/4”) and it still saved me a few bucks on cost. I have a solid platform that should last a long time. As for the shed construction, my wife and 12 year old son helped, and it only took us 13 hours total. The instructions were interesting; you install some screws just to remove them in a later step and reinstall. The pieces do seem flimsy until everything is connected, then it becomes pretty solid. Yes, a slightly windy day can be challenging! The final base dimensions are less than the platform, so you have about 1” of exposed wood all the way around. That bugs me! There are holes in the bottom lip of the frame so I used those for anchoring the shed to the platform with wood screws. So no floor kit or anchoring kit required for me, which is a huge cost savings. Unfortunately, this shed has leaked. The wood overhang allows water to enter the shed floor. Also, some roof screws and the foam tape seam have not been sufficient. I simply used roof sealant to seal the perimeter of the base, and then used a white roof sealant for the seam and screw heads. I gave four stars because of the additional steps I needed to take to waterproof. I am 5’8” tall and accessing this shed is perfect for me. This shed is acceptable quality and for me it has been a great bargain.
by BennyBob
Response from ShelterLogicSupportSep 4, 2019
We are glad to see that you are pleased with your shed! We appreciate your feedback and will be using it proactively. Thank you for taking the time to share your experience and for choosing Shelterlogic! ShelterLogic
2 people found this helpful
For something that should have been so simple. Directions say 2 hours... it took us 2 days and N...
For something that should have been so simple. Directions say 2 hours... it took us 2 days and NOTHING FIT... We agonized over every step. Diagrams and few words were not enough. Luckily i lived across the street from a Contractor who help his Jimmy Fit the entire bunch of cheap aluminium with a million nuts and screws. Its lopsided and its not square.... but i threw my junk into it and im praying for it to hold up. Never again will i ever think about buying another KIT. Two men and two women took two days and never did any piece fit. I purchased the metal foundation AND THE PLYWOOD.. By the time we cut up the wood and opened the box onlu then did we realize it was one or the other. Glad i could return something. I would have returned the whole thing but the pieces were too hard to unscrew, the box was destroyed, and i desperately needed the storage to clear my home of yard supplies. Its not sturdy or water proof... sharp and dangerous metal that did not come together well at all. Smh...
by SheddingTears
Response from ShelterLogicSupportMay 13, 2019

We are very sorry to see that you are not satisfied with your purchase. It is critical to ensure that the floor frame parts measure exactly what is depicted in the manual when assembled. If this is not the case it will throw off the rest of the assembly and the holes will not line up. We recommend at least two people are required to assemble a shed of any size – at least one to position parts or panels, and one to handle fasteners and tools. Assembly time depends on a variety of factors, including roof design, tools available, DIY skill and the pace at which you work. Guidelines for each shed assembly are approximate AFTER completion of the base, and assume two or more people working on the assembly. Generally, you should plan on at least one day working with someone who can assist you. We try to make our manuals as detailed as possible in order to prevent mistakes. We are available for assembly support 7 days a week at 1-800-851-1085 (press 1). Hope you are enjoying the final product!

Thank you ShelterLogic
2 people found this helpful
It works for my needs. Definitely need a second pair of hands to put together. Took a day.
It works for my needs. Definitely need a second pair of hands to put together. Took a day.
by Delilah
As the saying goes, you get what you pay for. I had really hoped this would at least be as decen...
As the saying goes, you get what you pay for. I had really hoped this would at least be as decent as other metal sheds I have built. The metal is incredibly soft and thin. The sheet metal screws are too small, and strip in the thin metal incredibly easy. Even level one of an electric screw gun was too much for this job. I ended up leaving off the plastic washers and using RTV to seal. Even at that the screws needed to be a size larger. While I am talking about the hardware, I spent an hour sorting it out because they dumped them in several bags. seems like it would have made it easier on everyone if they kept the hardware in separate bags and labeled the bags as to what they are. Which brings me to the next subject. The manual leaves a whole lot to be desired. Illustrations are horrid. Planning is horrid as well. Such as having you install hardware in places, then have you remove it so that you can install the next piece. (yes it even says remove and replace hardware in manual) Keeping the frame square is a nightmare. I would highly recommend screwing the lower frame down to plywood before going any further. It took 2 to 3 people depending on what stage you were in to build this as the assembly is very flimsy until dang near complete. Leave it to an engineer to build something so that until it is complete it has no integrity! Count on a FULL day. Metal is sharp without a doubt, but hard to screw and handle hardware in gloves heavy enough to protect you. Good luck if you decide to do this project! I'll be surprised this last more than a couple years.
by Patriot1
★ Overall, a well-done product that does the job you expect it to. ➕ Engineering and materials ar...
★ Overall, a well-done product that does the job you expect it to. ➕ Engineering and materials are good; for example, parts have good precision and holes line up well. ➖ Doors, however, are quite sensitive to not being built perfectly square. I have to close both doors together (if I close the left door first, I can't close the right because it's too tight, so I also can't use the left door's latches). ➖ A LOT of work to assemble. Can't assemble on it's intended spot since it involves assembly from the outside that's against the building it's leaning to. ➖ Weather-proofing is a bit fragile; easy for leaks to occur (for example, if a screw isn't completely tight).
by janonhodu
Overall, the shed is fairly well-designed (except for doors) and it went together well. Everythin...
Overall, the shed is fairly well-designed (except for doors) and it went together well. Everything lined up (flat and level base is very important). Had to make a few door adjustments: Top hole for door lock is not back far enough and top of door does not close fully, so I re-positioned hole. Hinges leave wide gap on hinge side of door, so I installed self-adhesive foam tape to fill gap. Screws holding interior door brace do not allow doors to close flush, so I replaced screws with pop rivets. I also added a drip edge above door to prevent rain from entering through top of door. This shed replaces the same shed I installed 14 years ago. On that previous install, the base was set level to ground so the shed fit under the garage eave and the base eventually rotted, damaging shed, after many New England winters. This time I mounted shed base away from the garage and off the ground to allow for drainage. It does take a day to assemble. Patience is needed.
by DIYer
Response from ShelterLogicSupportOct 24, 2018
We are very sorry to hear about this! We strive to provide a quality product and can assure you that this is not a common occurrence. You should not have to modify/re-drill any parts provided in your package. Please reach out to us with your model number, the defective part numbers and pictures so we can further review and get those parts replaced you. We are available 7 days a week at 1-800-932-9344 / 1-800-851-1085 (press 1). Thank you ShelterLogic
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