Dual Entry Garden Shed

This beautifully styled dual entry garden shed offers you the chance to both clear up the clutter in your yard and add a delightful accent to it. Steel-reinforced dual walls ensure your items are well protected from the elements and damage. It is a low maintenance unit which you won’t need to paint throughout its lifetime. You also won’t need to worry about grease and dirt stains. On top of the corner shelves and steel-reinforced shelves this shed comes with, you can fit in additional sheds to suit your needs.

Dual Entry Garden Shed


Applications

Space for keeping away garden tools and lawn mowers as well as swimming pool equipment and sports gear is provided for by the shed. You can place smaller items on corner shelves and slightly heavier items on the steel-reinforced shelves. Room for additional shelves is catered for.

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Pros

  • Is a firm structure made from high-density, steel-reinforced plastic. Steel trusses in the roof offer better strength.
  • Allows you to organize items on ready-made shelves. Provisions are available for additional shelves.
  • 6 foot 4-inch door opening minimizes the chance of you bumping your head when going in.
  • Is a low-maintenance structure that is stain resistant and which you won’t need to paint.


Cons

  • Is on the pricey side.


So How Good is The Dual Entry Garden Shed?

Size

Four feet eight inches by six feet four inches of floor space give you plenty of space to play around with. Supported by a heavy-duty floor, you can load the shed with your motorbikes, generators and what have you. 80 inches of headroom inside ensure you can move around freely and the high arched doorway allows you to easily walk in.

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Score
4.5

Easy to Assemble

The Dual Entry Garden Shed is not too complicated to piece together and does not call for intensive usage of tools. However, it is a lengthy process for which you will probably need help.

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Score
3.5

Durability and Warranty

Built out of steel-reinforced high-density polyethylene panels, this unit should serve you for many years. Add to that the fact that it comes with a surface that is crack, chip and peel-resistant. Weather-resistant seams and the steeply sloped roof keep the water and snow from damaging the unit.

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Score
5.0

Security

Firm steel-reinforced doors that have an internal latching mechanism offer a decent level of security to items stored. The steel-reinforced dual wall provides additional protection from pests and potential thieves.

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Score
4.0

Maintainability

The Dual Entry Garden Shed is a practically maintenance-free structure. It does not need to be painted and its HDE floor is resistant to chipping, peeling and cracking. Even oil stains are easy to clean off.

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Score
5.0

Value for Money

This is one of the more expensive sheds in the market at over $2,000 but it offers numerous benefits including great protection, long life and sizeable storage capacity.

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Score
4.5

Final Verdict

Dual Entry Garden Shed

There are many reasons one should consider adding the Dual Entry Garden Shed to their yard, but there are sheds that can do a job for less. However, they may not quite be of the same quality.

So, is this Dual Entry Garden Shed is the best storage building? – find out by yourself:




Size 4.5
Easy to Assemble 3.5
Durability and Warranty 5.0
Security 4.0
Maintainability 5.0
Value For Money 4.5


Final Score
4.0



Where to Buy The Dual Entry Garden Shed?

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Dual Entry Garden Shed

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