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    Arrow Murryhill 12 x 17 Foot Shed with Roll-up Garage Door

     List Price: $2,399.99
    Sale Price: $1,949.25
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    Manufacturer: Arrow
    Arrow Part Number: VT1217
    eCanopy Item Number: ARW-VT1217
    UPC: 026862101235


    • Size: 12' x 17'
    • Color: Coffee/Almond
    • Vinyl Coated Steel - electro galvanized and coated with vinyl providing exceptional corrosion resistance
    • UV resistant Vinyl Coated Steel panels are abrasion/scratch resistant and have 5x thicker finish than standard steel
    • Extra tall walls and high gable steel roof design provide increased headroom and vertical storage space
    • Extra-wide sliding roll-up door for easy entry and exit of large items
    • Second pad-lockable sliding side door for added convenience
    • Appealing two tone aesthetics in Almond and Coffee to complement building exteriors
    • 103.25" (roughly 9 foot) Building Height when Assembled
    • Total Storage: 194 sq./ft
    • Made in the USA
    • Assembly Required
    • 15 Year Limited Warranty
    • Your Choice of Anchoring Kits: AK4, AK100
    The extra-large Vinyl Murryhill building is the solution for substantial storage needs or workshop/hobby space. The unique roll-up, garage-style door, and gable roof blend attractively with its durable vinyl-coated exterior steel finish to give you maximum value for your storage dollar. A second sliding side door allows convenient access to stored items or workspace. This 12' x 17' shed boasts 194 sq./ft of storage and a roughly 9-foot building height.

    * Please Note: Do not use Pressure Treated Lumber with this unit. If Pressure Treated Lumber comes into contact with your arrow product, it will void the warranty. Do Not Store Pool Chemicals in your Arrow Product - this will void the warranty.

    Customer Questions & Answers
    8 Questions & 8 Answers
    from Portland, Maine asked:
    August 18, 2019
    Can this shed be assembled and attached directly to an asphalt parking lot, using the blacktop as the floor?
    1 Answer
    Yes, it can.
    Submitted by: Mike T. on August 19, 2019

    Ruben R.
    from TX asked:
    June 26, 2019

    Can you put on a wood floor?

    1 Answer
    You may construct a base and anchoring system of your choice. Your assembly instructions provide information on a few methods commonly used to secure and level a storage building.
    Submitted by: Briana L. on June 26, 2019

    Steel F.
    from Laredo, TX. asked:
    June 24, 2019
    Can the front roll up door be locked?
    1 Answer
    The front roll up door can indeed be locked. Thank you for your inquiry. 
    Submitted by: Sarah B. on June 24, 2019

    from Henderson asked:
    April 17, 2019
    Can you use a wood foundation?
    1 Answer
    You may construct a base and anchoring system of your choice. Your assembly instructions provide information on a few methods commonly used to secure and level a storage building.
    Submitted by: Chaz A. on April 17, 2019

    Reginald S.
    from Chicago illinois asked:
    April 12, 2019
    Can this be used for car storage?
    1 Answer
    This can absolutely be used for car storage. Thank you for your interest!
    Submitted by: Sarah B. on April 12, 2019

    from Sault Ste. Marie, MI asked:
    July 19, 2018
    Can it be put on gravel?
    1 Answer
    This unit can be installed on gravel, but we do not offer the anchoring solutions.
    Submitted by: Chaz A. on July 19, 2018

    from Lucerne Valley asked:
    July 4, 2018
    What size are the front and rear roll up doors?
    1 Answer
    The front roll up door frame is 95" W and 72" H. The rear door is 72" H and about 36" W.
    Submitted by: Owen O. on July 5, 2018

    eric s
    from forerst lake,mn asked:
    March 29, 2018
    Does this shed come with all materials including flooring, and is it prebuilt with installation? thanks
    1 Answer
    This unit does not come with the flooring. Anchoring and base materials are not included with the unit. It is not pre-built and will come in pieces that have to be assembled.
    Submitted by: Tinisha H. on March 29, 2018

    Customer Reviews
    6 Reviews
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    83% Recommend this product (5 of 6 responses)
    By Jakob D. from West Virginia on February 15, 2017
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Difficult Assembly Because of Horrible Directions
    The manual was unclear and had a real lack of detail. It should really have something better that shows you how to do it instead of just telling you what to do with unclear pictures. Some of the pictures seemed to contradict each other, so the instructions definitely need some improvement. Don't do this alone (I recommend three people) or else you will find it impossible to build it. The pieces are very flimsy and can be damaged very easily. The assembly is definitely difficult.
    By Earl from Mt Pleasant, Pa. on October 30, 2016
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    VT 1217 shed
    Had help to construct and am glad I did. Well built shed but difficult to erect
    ProsGood size and well constructed.
    ConsSquare nuts provided were iffy. Some fit and some didn't. Screws for the exterior were a total disaster. Would be better if washers were attached to the screws. Would make erection quicker. Erecting garage door, I found pieces missing. I know one thi
    By Oscar M. from Oklahoma on August 31, 2016
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Excellent in Every Way
    I have to give this shed top marks in every way. Cost is great, it is sturdy and looks good, and is simple to build. This shed has lasted me a long time and the only reason that it needed to be replaced was because a small tornado pushed a seventy five foot tree down on top of it. Even then it protected everything inside and didn't collapse after the tree hit. Unfortunately the tree cause enough damage that I needed to get a new one. The order for a new unit came straight to my house within days of me placing the order at Home Depot. It took about five days for us to build the building with two people working on it. This unit is definitely more sturdy than other tin sheds you can buy on the market. I am putting the shed on the same base as the last building (concrete slab), and expect this one to last just as long.
    By Dante B. from Maryland on June 12, 2016
    Flimsy, Would Probably Get a Different One
    The pieces of the shed feel weak overall and can be damaged with a relatively light impact. It was extremely windy (85mph) about a week after I bought it, and it was so damaged it had to be taken down. I built it without any help (I would recommend getting help) and it took four days to do so. The build was okay when you make sure to follow the manual and don't try to do things too quickly, although I would probably put out the money for another type of building.
    By Joshua M. from Georgia on January 29, 2016
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Assembly Fairly Quick, Manual Needs Improvement
    Once you have the floor ready the shed should only take two days or so to put together. The directions can be kind of hard to understand as they aren't very specific, and the illustrations need to be better.
    By Everett C. from Virginia on March 9, 2014
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Good Construction, Better Instructions
    While the shed did its job exactly as we needed it to (and is very rugged after being hooked on a concrete pad), I would only rate it mediocre because of some problems we had during assembly. Don't try to put the shed together with only one person or you won't get anywhere. Three people would probably be best if your looking to get things done fast, but you could probably do it with two. The biggest problem we had with the shed assembly was with the roof trusses (we think they packed trusses for the wrong model in the shipment we received). After we checked to make sure all the siding was lining up exactly along the side of the building and made sure that we hadn't incorrectly laid out the railing on the floor, we noticed that there was about 1 ΒΌ inches too much of material on the end. Thankfully we had a band saw to cut the trusses down to length quickly and easily, but had we not had them at work it probably would have been a bigger deal. We also ended up having to re-drill some of the holes that the panels were suppose to mount too. Other than that the manual was a little hard to understand (sometimes we needed to go back and change something we had put in the wrong place), but it wasn't usually anything serious and with some proper formatting and better illustrations it would be much easier to read. As I said the construction seems solid (except for sliding door) and we are impressed with the quality of the main door. Overall, knowing how to make quick changes while putting stuff like this together it should make it easier.
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