Rated 2 out of 5Â by 3
Rated 1 out of 5Â by OldSchoolBuyers A complete waste of money!
Bought this and was excited to store our two motorcycles - just like in their picture. Our bikes barely fit - a Harley and 250 Kawasaki.
After figuring out how to assemble it - as their instructions are the worst - I stood inside and looked around. There were pinholes of light everywhere. I looked for a repair kit by them - like for a pool - clear patches and glue but they do not offer one.
The first rain storm and the seams over the windows went from having pinholes to BEING holes.
The first rain storm and the seams over the windows went from having pinholes to BEING holes. The floor of the shed ended up with 1/2 inch of water.
This winter - with less than 3" of snow on the roof, at 4 a.m. in the morning, it's support arms collapsed. They bent, broke their elastic cord, and became useless. With the next day's snow - the windows leaked a whole lot more as the plastic pulled apart from the weight of the snow on the roof. Then the water started dribbling in through the other pinholes.
A complete waste of money!
April 22, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Kmize Leaking shed
We bought this shed to store bicyles in so the don't get wet and rusty. Every time it rains, even a little, the floor gets puddles of water. We have scrutinized the shed and cannot find where the water is coming from.
I feel like I have just wasted $300 - I do not recommend this product -unless you don't mind the water.
Also, the directions (if that is what you could call them) to put the shed up were next to worthless. One sheet of paper with two sketches on one side that said put it up like this. No step-by-step directions, like first the ceiling poles, next ..., and it indicated certain color dots on the poles, some of which we had, other colors were different than what came with our shed. It's a good thing I'm a mechanical engineer or the shed may never have gotten together.
June 6, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5Â by justtominca Assembly Instructions
1. Warranty registration was not in packet with catalog and assembly instructions.
2. It took me two hours to finally assemble the product because it was not clear on just how to lay the shed on the ground. Once I was able to at least assemble the entrance pole to give me some space to move within the shed, things began to fall into place.
The second piece I put together was the roof's poles which not gave me a small tent to move within to then set up the rear pole. Once this semi-tent was up I could then begin putting the side cross poles upl
I would recommend that you incorporate two 6'11" fiber poles to be placed on the floor in the front and rear between the red stickered connections..
December 31, 2009