Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 44
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by SoupCanStan I got what I paid for, and I regret it now
You get what you pay for. I went for price when I compared to similarly sized products in vinyl/resin. It became clear why the price was so low. The instructions are poorly written and drawn, as if whoever was responsible for it had instinctive and innate knowledge of how to assemble the shed but lacked the skills to translate that to paper for those who don't already know how to assemble it. Many areas of the instructions make wild assumptions, which again are filled by the author's own knowledge, but failed to make it to paper.
Machining was also not very precise in spots. Metal folds covered some screw holes, and other screw holes don't line up precisely, despite best efforts to keep the structure squared and level.
The metal is very thin, and given the lack of precision in production or thoroughness of the instructions, I don't expect it to be watertight inside. Items that won't be affected by moisture would be best stored in this shed, so I won't be rotating my lawnmower and snowblower into this building as I'd originally hoped to do. The winter will be a big question mark as to how the building holds up to Michigan snows.
May 27, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by schabob Additional storage
Easy to assemble. Did it myself in about 4 hours. Have recently retired and downsized myself to mmy cabin. Needed more storage. This fit the bill nicely
August 15, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by DAS2015 Good Shed for the price
Took my wife and I one full day to complete and set in place. Built the base and sides inside the garage where it was flat and level then completed the rest outside. Picked it up and placed it beside the house. Parts are well labeled. Instructions are okay but could be A LOT better. Thought bolts missing for doors but read they were mixed up with screws. Easier if all separated. Lots of screwing then unscrewing as you progress thru final assembly. Sturdy when completed and looks good.
October 2, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Lucy This shed is really good
The only problem I encountered was the assembling of the shed because the nails got confusing and the placement of the door was also confusing. Other than that the shed was good.
July 16, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by mollyn4 good buy and pretty simple to put together
Good buy...perfect size and easy to put together....just be patient and study the instructions...
October 28, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by GSDBestk9 All the negaive reviews are for real.
Every single bad thing you read about this shed is true. By the time you get this thing assembled you will need therapy. Trust me you'll spend more on therapy than the shed was worth. Complete nightmare from start to finish. I'm a handy person and managed to get it together. Instructions are insane, put everything together only to take it apart again to add another panel a very steps later. Extremely poor quality. You won't be happy with this cheap shed. I guarantee you that. Spend the money and buy a vinyl one. Huge regrets with this purchase. Only reason I am not returning it is because I would have to take it all apart...more therapy? I'm guessing! Stay away from this shed, its made me crazy and it will make you crazy too.
September 7, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by eddie Good shed for the price
Took about 3 hours by myself, would have been easier with another person to hold things in place. I lie the shed, I do expect the roof screws to leak eventually but should take years. (previous arrow shed experience, the plastic degrades and fails and requires the screws to be sealed to stop leakage).
It would be helpful if the screws weren't all jumbled into 2 bags so you knew you were using the correct screws. I put the wrong screws in the doors and it is too much trouble to take them back apart to rectify.
May 25, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by MSN2010 Flimsy
After reading the glowing reviews on this shed, I went ahead with confidence and made the purchase. Wrong decision. It all worked out in the end as I had a professional assemble it, but be warned, it needs a foundation. It also comes with poor hardware. The dozens of screws required to secure the siding were too short and were not intended for drilling through metal. Adding the siding was challenging due to it's flimsy nature. If there is any wind, you could have a bent panel before you know it.
The doors are as thin as the sides. I'll have to be very careful not to damage this shed as I move my mower in and out of it.
June 14, 2010