Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 17
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by beteboop FUN IN THE SUN
Product was delivered in one very large package and all parts included. Project was completed during summer in Phoenix, AZ. Our crew consisted of 1 guy and 3 girls with the oldest being 62 yrs old. I purchased a new Makita screw driver/ drill and it worked wonderfully for us. The installation overall was not bad except that some of the holes did not line up. I contacted the manufacturer, got a live person,and she did try to work with me. Overall the hardest part was working on the center top. The weather stripping they include needs a lot to be desired and as suggested, we did use caulking. I'm glad we purchased the model with the floor, it made it easier for us and as you can see by the pics, it's my favorite color orange. I particularly like the height. So far no-one has to duck while walking around in the shed. Another great feature is the double doors. For me, they are easy to open and close and with the additional ramp that my husband made, I have no problems moving items in and out. I wanted a shed that was nice looking, easy to move around in, and keep my items dry. After 6 months I am happy to say that the Sheridan fits all of the above with the exception of vents. As pictured, the vents were done by my husband.
February 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ELMO Built to Last
I've had this shed since 2011, and it survived Hurricane Irene and Sandy. I need not say more other than the shed was built on a pressure-treated platform nailed to an asphalt floor, with plastic stapled to the frame to keep the moisture from coming through the floor, and siliconed all exterior screws to keep any water from seeping through.
April 27, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Warrant Not too bad of a deal
Once I identified the pieces according to the instruction manual, putting this together was not that hard. I actually put the body of it together by myself, except for when my 4 year old wanted to help. Putting the roof on is really a two person job. This was the only part of the entire process that I could not do by myself. I do recommend wearing gloves because some of the ends are sharp.
One thing that I was not expecting was the low clearance at the entrance. My wife is short but she has to duck when entering the shed. Also, when it rains, the open bends on the roof are fully covered and water does get in. I had to fill it in with caulking along with some of the places where screws are located.
April 11, 2012
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by 5704hd Has some problems
Its a deal for the money, but be prepared to deal with some assembly problems. Some holes for screws missing or misdrilled, Instructions not as clear as they should be. Roof trim caps missing.
July 14, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Corvette Very Nice shed
Nice shed. Plenty of room. I put it up in two days alone. I have put shed together before. I built a 12 x 16 deck to put in on. The deck was perfectly level. Even with the frame of the shed square ( I measured numerous times), Some of the roof holes did not line up. If you have experience you will be okay. I drilled new holes and the shed looks good. If this is your first shed, good luck.
November 8, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Bergerdrum The shed itself is very nice, & I have no complaints about its design or how it functions at all. The best advice I could give ANYONE about this shed is to spend money on having professionals assemble it.
If you DO try it yourself, do yourself 2 huge favors: 1st, understand that the diagrams in the instruction manual are often unclear as to exactly what the parts look like, & at what position they're supposed to be installed (the phrase "as shown" is used a lot, but isn't too much help), & 2nd, read the instructions very carefully, once before you start, & then twice at every step, paying very close attention to the parts involved.
The other reviewers seem to have had a glorious, easy, short time with their assemblies. That wasn't my experience at all, and I'm not a small or stupid person at all.
But I do like my shed; the manual is the only thing making my review a 4 instead of a 5.
November 3, 2009
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by rainbow13 length measurements off
my contractor laid out the flooring based on the 10x14 measurements and found out the length is only 13.2 feet and had to tear it up again.
August 26, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by RDAOEDSJAH It is an awesome shed, with plenty of storage. The floor frame kit was a must, I added plywood for flat, level floor and extra strength. Plywood also helped to keep foundation square.
It was very difficult to assemble. I had 6 guys total helping out, and it took us a full saturday and Sunday, but that also included digging to level, and demoing a mortared rock wall. If you follow the directions carefully and use a little common sense (directions are somewhat vague) assembly will go smoothly...just time consuming. Just be sure the foundation is level and the initial framing is square.
I initially had it prenty close to a fence but later realized we wouldn't be able to screw in the siding, so we had dig a little to level and move the whole thing away from the fence to add space to screw in the rest of the siding.
If you dont have addequate knowledge or help I would suggest hiring a professional.
September 1, 2010