Check out the product page for the VS1014 model and solid reviews (3.8 out of 5.0) over at HomeDepot.com
I bought an 8x10 Arrow Shed here in 2013,
it still looks good,
even with the record (ridiculous) snowfall New England got this winter.
It survived unscathed with cleaning all the snow off just one time.
Building it went together OK, just plan on putting in a gazzillion little screws.
It’s good to have a helper, especially to hand off the roof sections at the end, but not completely necessary.
It will take a whole day to build (by yourself at least)
and if there’s one piece of advice I would give,
make sure the platform you build on is AS FLAT AS HUMANLY POSSIBLE.
If not, you’ll see waves and ripples in the flat triangular upright sections just below the roof (in the front & rear of the shed) as they try to compensate for the wall sections being anything other than perfectly flat and square.
Overall I’m satisfied with mine, and even prefer the look of it to a wooden shed I had built years ago.
I built a 10x10 a few years ago. I would say they are pretty good, Cons is they come in a million pieces and you have a lot of screws. You can build it by your self but a helper makes it a lot easier.
Remember that old story about putting a penny in a jar til you’re married, and then after saying “I do” you take one out? There is as many screws as penny’s on your wedding day!
Wear proper clothing and work gloves with these. I didnt and still have the scar to prove it.
This thin metal is razor sharp.