Arrow SY65, Sentry 6′x5′ Storage Building (SY65) Category: Arrow Sheds

Arrow SY65, Sentry 6'x5' Storage Building (SY65) Category: Arrow Sheds

Arrow SY65, Sentry 6'x5' Storage Building (SY65) Category: Arrow Sheds Rating:
List Price: $559.03
Sale Price: $305.88
Availability: unspecified

Product Description

Item #: SY65. DETAILS: Faster Assembly using new Rigid Lock Joint technology. Can be built in 1 to 3 hours. Panels "lock" into place for strong, pleasant looking panel. Up to 361 cu. ft. of storage. Swing-open doors for easy access. Pad-lockable for added security. Floor Frame Foundation Kit available. See accessories. 12 year limited warranty.
Model #:  SY65
Size:  6' x 5'
Storage Area: 140 cu. ft.
Interior Dimension:  Width: 66"; Depth: 54 "; Height: 71"
Wall Height:  65" (on most models)
Door Opening: Width: 31"; Height: 62-3/4"
Recommended Foundation Size:  Width: 68-1/2"; Depth 56-1/2"
Weight:  104 lbs.

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One Response to Arrow SY65, Sentry 6′x5′ Storage Building (SY65) Category: Arrow Sheds

  1. Samuel Clemens says:


    First of all, it’s listed as a 6′ x 5′, but the foundation they recommend is 3 1/2″ shy of this in width and depth. The actual shed is about 2″ less than the foundation in both directions, so that’s misleading. Secondly, make sure you understand that the shed comes with no floor. You can either pore a slab of concrete or build one out of wood, which is what I did. The wall panels are kind of flimsy, but when you put it all together, the frame part is pretty sturdy. Beware of when it rains though, water will leak inside onto the floor. The metal frame just sits on the foundations (with screws), so it’s not leak proof on the bottom and the drainage holes don’t work that well. After caulking all around the base, inside and out, it seems to be much drier. All in all, it’s been a lot of work for a somewhat satisfactory result. I don’t know who can assemble this thing in 1 to 3 hours, I’m considered fairly handy and it took me a LOT longer that that. I did do it by myself though, and they recommend 2 people on certain pages of the manual. Leveling the ground, and then buying and building the floor/foundation was about half the job itself. The price was right, but the product was more work than I anticipated.