Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 134
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mickie8 Good for the price
Easy to put together; I had help for the hard part but did quite a bit myself. Took about 6 hours of not too hard labor - it looks really good - the doors seem a tad flimsy but I've reinforced them slightly. This will be a chicken coop inside of a fairly secure run - I think it will do the job!
July 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Meenadirtqueena Solid and a good value
I'm a middle-aged woman who was looking for a sturdy, easy-to-clean house for my new chickens. I constructed the majority of this myself in one day, with a little assistance at the beginning and end.
We chose to use a concrete slab, and our own anchors due to high winds in our area. From there, I was able to get pretty far on my own, until some of the roof and finished steps which require counter-pressure from a partner. None of the materials is heavy. I swear for the first several steps, I was afraid I'd made an awful error in judgment; however, the flimsy-feeling initial steps made way for a final structure that was sturdy and well-braced.
The second night, the construction was tested with a horrible thunderstorm including 50-mph gusts. There was a little leaking through the vents and at the roofline due to the sideways rain, but otherwise my chickens came through just fine, and no visible damage.
We were able to cut a small chicken door/ramp in the side with no problem. Screws go in through specific grooves, which can be limiting; however, if you do not intend to put a million shelves in the thing, you should be fine. Altogether I recommend this building as a solid, good value, and easy to construct and use.
June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ABBert Solid shed
Hard to fit into pickup. It will rest on wheel well(s) and has to be pushed in as it can't be picked up from the end by the forklift. I brought a dolly to help roll the end in.
I built this on 12, 24x30x2" sidewalk blocks that were placed on a bed of gravel framed by treated 2x6.
The instructions rely on pictures and easy enough to follow. There were a couple head-scratching moments though.
SET SCREWDRIVER TO #2 Clutch. EASY TO STRIP SCREWS. Some sections with longer screws can use #4 or #6
Floor didn't fit together quite right, one piece was a bit convex, but it worked out
I built it myself and managed to do all of it except the peaks on the gable ends which required opposing force type assistance to get the screws to engage.
I managed to break one piece of the wall. It fell off it's placing in a wind gust just as I was picking up the screwdriver. A little white glue and some clear gorilla tape held it together as I continued to build up the walls. Can't even tell anymore.
Once finished it's a very solid shed that will accept screws in the walls (locations described in manual) that hold significant weight.
I also used a hammer driver and those blue cement screws 1 3/4" to attach it to the sidewalk blocks in the eight spots on the floor. See manual.
P.S. It's heavy and the individual boxes inside the main box are heavy.
June 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DkSvend Nicely made Wood and Plastic Shed
We ordered this sight unseen from Home Depot website and it was shipped directly to our home address ready to assemble. Thankfully we did order it sent as the total weight was 600 lbs (if I recall). The shed comes boxed in 3 boxes and all parts were there. It takes a little over 2 hrs to construct and we had no problems - no missing parts and directions are easy to follow. The only reason I am giving it a "good quality" versus excellent I feel the doors could have been more "weighty" but believe we can reinforce them to our liking. The shed fits in nicely in our small back yard and is able to store everything we want it to. I've even constructed a shelf so I can "double stack" the snowblower above the lawnmower plus added enough to give myself a small work bench. Overall we are quite pleased we purchased it and Home Depot should consider having one of these in their stores so other customers can see the finished product. We've already had 2 different neighbors look at it and they are impressed by its looks and size.
May 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CA Great shed, great quality
I just finished the assembly of the shed and I could not believe how well the pieces fit together.
The quality is excellent, the material is great and the shed looks so well in my backyard.
Assembly instructions are clear and easy to follow. It took my son & I about 4 hours to complete the assembly.
October 3, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Delos Poorly made for the amount of money it cost.
Missing some parts. Some of the parts were broken at the groves where the boards fit together. Boards were warped. a lot of money for what you get. The shed will work but If I had to do over again I would have just built one out of wood
October 1, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Clarayo Not all it was supposed to be
The corner treatment sucks. If you manage to actually drive the corner seals home, next warm day, the pop out. Door latch flimsy, final straw? Door poped open. Uopn close inspection, the plastic door pin just snapped off, after just a year. Very flimsy. Looked good, until heat warped the roof and other plastic parts.
September 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by florida shed
good quality. Took two people to put together, but not hard. Nice looking shed and looks like picture.
August 29, 2016