$549.99 10-ft. x 7-ft. Vinyl-Coated Steel Shed - Exclusive VersaTrack™ Compatibility +Free Store Pickup
Sears offers 10-ft. x 7-ft. Vinyl-Coated Steel Shed - Exclusive VersaTrack™ Compatibility for $549.99 (orig. $829.99) with free store pickup.
Craftsman 10' x 7' VersaTrack Steel Shed has Swing Doors for Easy Item Entry and Exit The Craftsman 10' x 7' VersaTrack vinyl coated steel shed is an excellent outdoor storage solution; it's perfect for storing your tools, garden supplies, landscape equipment and more. It has a wide door opening and swing doors, for easy entry and exit of your items. Within the shed, enjoy plenty of space for storage—even a 55"deck riding mower fits within it! There are also sized-right shelf brackets and wall braces to make hanging shelves a cinch. The shed is VersaTrack compatible too, so you can customize it with hooks, shelves and more. This Craftsman 10' x 7' VersaTrack steel shed works great year round. It is made of electro galvanized steel with a vinyl coating overtop that is abrasion and scratch resistant. The roof is highly durable, too, with reinforced roof strengthening brackets that provide twice the strength of a standard shed. The shed has semi-transparent skylights for interior lighting to increase visibility within the shed. The 71.3" wall height provides loads of head room as well as making it easy to store tall items. The built-in lock provides great security for your stored items. What is the difference between a Steel Building and a Vinyl Coated Steel Building? Craftsman Vinyl Coated Steel buildings offer an increased protection against the elements, scratches and UV rays. The steel goes through the same electro galvanizing process but instead of baked on enamel paint; a special vinyl coating is applied to the steel and then baked on for maximum protection. This vinyl coating makes the shed walls 5 times thicker than the normal galvanized product. The vinyl adds to the maintenance-free service life and increases the strength of the shed walls.
Category: Sports & Outdoors
Posted on 29 April 2016, 10:11 AM