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Hopkins: 90190 2x4basics Shed Kit + $48.66 - FSS

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Hopkins via Amazon [amazon.com] is selling a 90190 2x4basics Shed Kit, Barn Style Roof for $48.66 and Free Shipping!

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Peak style is 51.98 and available now
https://www.amazon.com/Hopkins-90...2V5WVTT1WB
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What are they selling?? Just hardware, right? You supply your own wood though....
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With Hopkins' 2x4basics 90190 Shed Kit you don't have to be an expert carpenter to put together a well-built shed. Only straight, 90 degree cuts are required. No miters or complex measurements are needed to build your own shed with our patented connectors. You determine the size and purchase one, two, or three kits to make your shed up to 10 feet wide and 22 feet long (3048mm x 6706mm). We provide instructions for 7x8 foot (2134mm x 2438mm), 8x14 foot (2438mm x 4267mm) and 10x22 foot sheds (3048mm x 6706mm). Easy to follow plans are included including materials lists, cut lists, and detailed instructions with step-by-step images so that even beginning do-it-yourselfers can build a professional-looking shed. Our 2x4basics Shed Kit is cost effective and can save you fifty percent or more over other pre-built and knocked-down shed options. You supply the labor for this weekend project. Our galvanized steel connectors are designed for use with sturdy 2x4 (38mm x 89mm) framing making your completed shed built to withstand the elements. You choose the roofing, siding, and flooring materials to suit your taste and budget. Check your local building codes for additional requirements or restrictions.
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Ok so this is just hardware and instruction- no wood or shingles included?
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The reviews seen mixed here but I love everything I've bought from 2x4 basics in the past. Great shelves and work benches.
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Using our connectors and your materials. I'm sure you can get plans from any big box store. How does the cost of their kit compare to having Home Depot put the equivalent kit together?
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In 4 1. Seems like a decent priced shed with wood and all!
I can't wait till Amazon delivers a full size shed to your home. Tell us how that goes
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Get a Hopkins shed kit from Lowe's $48 peak roof& $54 barn style....Then add $15/50 coupon....only available to ship to store but you'll get it faster than waiting 1-2months for amazon to ship.
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In 4 1. Seems like a decent priced shed with wood and all!
Includes connector brackets only + materials needed list
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Reviews says you will pay $400-$600 on wood
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Get a Hopkins shed kit from Lowe's $48 peak roof& $54 barn style....Then add $15/50 coupon....only available to ship to store but you'll get it faster than waiting 1-2months for amazon to ship.
Anyone know how to get the Lowes Master Code for August from WIKI? July's do not work anymore for 15 of 50.
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Reviews says you will pay $400-$600 on wood
Only if your a sucker and just hand your material list to the person@ lowes/home depot. 2x4 are pretty cheap and the pics appear to have 24" spacing vs 16".
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