Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 235
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Kiki Great little shed!
This is a great little shed for the money! Very easy to put together. I put it together by myself. My ground was far from level so I had to get a little creative with concrete blocks. The directions were very simple with pictures and 'parts needed' for each section clearly stated. All parts are numbered. Lots of extra screws, nuts, bolts & washers too. There are some nice grooves inside the wall for you to run the cable to anchor it and building the floor was also pretty easy. The frame is included.
My shed has been up for some months now and been thru some windy, wet & snowy weather with no problems at all. I highly recommend it for anyone that needs that little bit of extra space.
March 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DudeAbiding365 Don't let the 1-star reviews fool you...
So we needed a shed. We have a concrete slab patio, 360 sq. ft. We have a little area near the back, that measures 8'6" x 6'4". This shed would fit perfectly. Not to mention the cost. A cost which could not be beat. Literally, we tried. So we thought we found our shed. A wise thing to do when purchasing on line is to always look at some reviews, especially bad reviews.
The common theme amongst the bad reviews was the difficulty that ensues when one attempts to install this shed. That the directions are poor. That the holes don't line up. That the wind can rip 'er right in half! I read every one- and two-star review, and I was not deterred. This shed would be the one.
A warning, this b is heavy! You will need 2+ people and/or a large dolly/crane to get it from your vehicle to your place of assembly.
I spent the next day doing an inventory of the million screws, bolts, nuts, and other parts this shed comes with. I wanted to know her intimately, so to know what I was getting myself into. I also read all of the instructions, to get a sense of what was in store.
I spent a Wednesday building the base. By myself, this took a couple hours. I work slow and am diligent, so you could probably be done in less time. I also drink beer. Thursday was dedicated to the walls. My brother came by, and a second set of hands is invaluable. There are times when you are on one side of a panel and you just need someone holding your nuts while you tighten your bolts into them. Frame and walls took me 6 hours. Friday got the roof constructed, and I was able to do that almost all on my own (my wife had to help hold my nuts a couple of times). This was probably 2 or 3 hours. Saturday was the door, which took no time at all (less than an hour).
Now, keep in mind that I build this shed within the dimensions which it lives. This gave me less than 6" along the side walls and rear of the shed. 90% of construction I completed on my own, with no power tools (although I did have to buy a stubby phillips head). If you have 2+ people and are able to construct this little s.o.b. with at least a foot of clearance on the walls, you will be just fine.
Oh, right, one thing that was irksome. One part did not assemble as the instructions said it would. After each step, the instructions say what the dimensions of your constructed piece should be. One bar was 3" longer than it should've been, so I made it the length the instructions said it should be. When it came time to install that piece on the shed, the holes didn't line up (but the piece was the right length, which makes me think the instructions were off). I reconciled this by grabbing my drill and just drilling a small hole where there was none. It worked like a hot dam(n).
In summation, if you want a cheap shed that is 8' x 6' and you want to spend a very little amount of money, then you should buy this one. You need a little DIY skills and the ability to read and comprehend basic instructions. Be warned that while it is a "steel shed" the steel is of the poorest quality and you will be able to bend components of the frame by sneezing on them. But if all you need is protection from the elements, then this shed is the one for you! Unless the aforementioned elements are snow. Then don't buy this shed. It would likely collapse after a heavy snowfall, possibly killing every man, woman, and child inside.
April 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Red Good small shed
Went together pretty easily. We built a solid wooden floor first. Instructions were complicated & ambiguous at times, but we figured it out. Helps to be from a builder's family. Took all day with 2 people, 3 needed for putting walls up. Shed materials are very flimsy but when put together, the unit is surprisingly sturdy. Perfect for lawnmowe, yard tools & garden stuff.
May 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by fathersonproject father and son project
Had a great time building it with my dad. Extra pair of hands made it nicer i admit.
January 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by geezee What a deal!!
The instructions were a little hard to follow, but eventually figured it out. They should of been more specific on some of the instructions.
May 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Susann Newport - Perfect Size for our yard
This is a great size for our side yard. It took 3 of us to assemble and it really is not too easy. We live where the wind kicks up sooooo it was a challenge. The directions for the floor are a little useless, but you can figure it out.
May 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by BB Storage Building
The building is as it was described. It contained all the parts and the directions were easy to follow.
It does take a full day to assemble - not hard but time consuming.
May 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Danny 8x6 Shed
The product is great, but the instructions need to be easier to read. I had a home profession help me and even he had a hard time reading the instructions. But overall it is a good product.
April 28, 2016