My unit has withstood a 14 inch snowfall No adverse impact.
I would think not. It is a small light guage steel structure that wouldn't provide safe support for plumbing and electrical.
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.
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
Not a good choice for anywhere there is any significant snow. or high winds. It might handle 3 or 4 inches.
Hello, The exterior dimensions measure 4 ft. wide, 7 ft. deep and 8 in. high. Hope that helps!
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.
Hi Joseph, The door opening measures 38-1/2"W x 60-1/4"H. Hope that helps!
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).