Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 47
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by dig808 Tips on Assembly
I am just an average person with average skills and knowledge on using tools. I have never assembled a shed before and this project took me about 6 hours to complete by myself. Assembly will be much quicker and easier if you can obtain additional help
Tip #1. Before staring the assembly, organize the pieces . There are many pieces to this kit and organizing and being familiar with the pieces will help . Have painters tape and a marker to help mark some of the parts.
Tip#2. Instructions for assembly consist of a booklet with step by step illustrations. Be patient and match parts exactly as shown in the illustrations. Check and double check part numbers which will be on an attached tape or stamped into the part itself.
Tip #3. A cordless drill / driver is a must and will make assembly a lot easier. Be sure to have at least two fully charged batteries as there are a lot of screws to drive.
Tip#4. All screws are Philips head so be sure you have good, proper sized Philips head drivers and screw drivers.
Tip #5. Whether you are assembling by yourself or with others, have ladders, saw horses or similar items to help assist with propping up the walls during assembly. The walls tend to be quite weak and wobbly during the initial stages of assembly due to lack of frame support. Without support, the walls will bend over and possibly cause damage to the frame. Windy weather also amplify this condition.
This project was very satisfying when completed. The shed is beautiful, functional and well worth the money. Read Less
October 22, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Betty Not bad for the price
It took a lot longer to put it together than expected, then it was a little cheaper quality than we had thought but for $400 for something that will probably last about 5 years if you break it down that way it was a pretty good value.
October 4, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by T2Much caution reading comprehension skill required
Great value for the money. Fits cozy in our fence corner where it is safe from wind. Easy to put together IF you have reading comprehension skills. MUST have 2 people to assemble. The engineering as assembled is strong enough. But, until it is completely assembled it is fragile. if any piece is bent or deformed at all it will be a problem. Inspect carefully on delivery. If there is ANY sign of damage send it back for a replacement.
August 11, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Borsini All round, quality, well designed & good value
On the whole, straightforward to assemble. Hiccup. Left door choice. Section 16 - 19 (P39- 40) not clear. Took a bit of sorting and disassembly to rectify. Also, Roof Section 9 (P48) not clear (no PPG holes showing) and had to correct this before putting roof on. Inaccurate holes on both bottom corners of FPRC & FPLC panels. Approx 4 m.m. out of true and had to be carefully burred out for PPG's to fit nicely. Rest, great.
July 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by jerry2467 Bad handling of freight
It arrived broken so was returned. Very bad handling by all.
July 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by JoAndSean A perfect fit
We needed a storage shed on the side of our yard that didn't show from the front. The dimensions of this one were perfect! It's not so tall that it shows over the fence yet (after we built some shelves for it) holds a considerable amount of stuff. The directions were pretty straight forward although we did manage to mess up once. After retracing our steps however, we figured out where we went wrong. Really a two person job with one possessing a little "know how"... :)
July 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by butch1 good purchase
the shed was a little difficult to put together, but it is light weight and it will definitely do the job , where it is a tool shed wish it would have had shelves or hangers for the tools and somewhere to attach them. but over all it is a good shed and works wonderful where we wanted to put it
June 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Worker Nice Size
The bicycles, lawn mower and yard tools fit nicely. However must remember to duck under door or you hit your head.
July 10, 2016