2011 Customer Buying Guide Steel Lawn Buildings and Accessories : Page 2
CHOOSING YOUR LAWN BUILDING What style of lawn building meets your needs? If you need more storage space for your lawn and yard maintenance equipment, bicycles, motorcycles or kids’ play gear, an outdoor building is a great option. We’ll help you find the right building for your home and yard. BUILDING STYLES GaBLE STYLE For qualit y and value, it ’s hard to beat a gable-st yle shed. Our gable roofs come in var ying heights, including mid and high gables, to accomodate your needs. BarN STYLE The barn st yle roof gives extra headroom inside and ef ﬁciently adds storage capacit y. A large door opening makes it easy to store big equipment like tractor and mowers. MaNSarD STYLE Similar to the barn st yle, with extra interior headroom. This st yle includes an at tic frame, so added storage capacit y is built in. SLopE roof aND LEaN-To STYLES Convenient and compact, these st yles of fer storage options in hard-to-ﬁt places. These units can be placed against a fence or wall, or used for freestanding storage. FIRSt…DeteRMINe YOUR StORAGe NeeDS What will you be storing? A lawn mower and some tools? A yard tractor? Machinery for a workshop? Keep in mind not only what you have now, but what you will be adding in the future. for reference, 500 cubic feet = a storage building approximately dimensions of 9'w x 8'd x 7'h. SMaLL To MEDIUM SToraGE Less than 500 cubic feet If you plan to store only a walk-behind mower, some long-handled tools and a fertilizer spreader, you’ll likely have all the space you need with a small to medium-size shed. LarGE To EXTra LarGE SToraGE 500 cubic feet and up Perhaps you need storage for a small boat, a snowmobile or even a small car. For your larger storage needs, the capacity of a large or extra-large building will be just what’s needed. 2 Prior to assembly, make sure the building site is square and level. ( Professional assembly available. See an associate for details.) Building restrictions may apply. Check with local authorities for building codes prior to purchasing building. All Arrow buildings must be anchored.
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