Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 181
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Trooper1 DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY!
DO NOT BUY THIS SHED. I received all the parts, assembly was pretty simple, and it looks nice. My issue is with the quality. I live in Southern California (not harsh weather). Plastic shrinks and expands with the sunlight. Hence, at night it shrinks. So much so that the doors shrink past the metal flashing. Now they push past each other and water leaks in . During the day it warms up, it expands, and the doors line up perfect. My wife gave the dog a bath next to it and some water splashed on the side wall. I went inside to see this water coming up through the floor. I did my research and saw all the positive reviews, so I thought I had made a good purchase. One reviewer said he sealed it with silicone. You shouldn't have to do that with a brand new product. After a week and a half it's been taken apart and returned to Home Depot. Their customer care was EXCELLENT in returning this product. I'm getting a Tuff Shed instead. Spend a little more and do the same.
January 27, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Robert Lifetime 8'x10' storage shed
The shed instructions were barely adequate. Lots of details on how parts fit together were missing. The on-line videos helped but not all of the links from the instructions worked (i.e. no video - I went directly to the website and checked). Even though I went to great effort to ensure that the base platform was level and sturdy, not all of the parts lined up as called out. I was able to get the building up with limited help from a 2nd person by taking my time, reading the instructions multiple times, and reviewing the videos multiple times.
April 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Eastside Easy as pie
Follow the instructions to the letter and you should have no problems assembling the shed. I did most of the work myself and had to get some help for the roof and side walls. Make sure your floor is flat and it will go together much easier. I only got the 8x10 because I thought it would be enough for the space have. I probably should have gotten the 8x12. After it is altogether it looks real nice. I put it on a wooden frame of 1"x"6s with a 1" deck top then a 1/2" treated plywood floor. It is rock solid. The instructions say it takes around 6 hours with 3 people. I did it in 8 with a helper towards the last few hours.
June 15, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DaveS This product is great
Somewhat easy to assemble directions could be a little more detailed, I suggest reading them online before you start assembly. Walls are somewhat hard to snap in place but with a little patience can be done a 2 person job at the least. Finished product looks great ,we are very happy we purchased this building and recommend it . We had to add a bolt lock to stationary door as the top hole in steel bar was in the wrong place not a big deal but needed to keep doors closed tight.
October 30, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rich Very good shed and excellent instructions
This shed is well designed and easy to assemble.
The instructions must have been carefully written because by viewing the pictures and reading the few written directions, it all came together without any confusion.
All components of the shed are mutually supporting, so it seems very solid, fully assembled.
It would be nice if it came with a few more shelves or places to hang tools. For a shed of this size, it is reasonable to assume the homeowner will have more equipment than can be accommodated by the three little shelves and few hooks.
March 19, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GrammaK great quality for the price
I am a 57 year old grandmother and put this together myself with no problems. I started out by building a level platform on cinderblocks. I was very meticulous about this step. Assembling the shed was easy once I figured out what the directions were trying to say. The manual that comes with the shed was not very useful because it did not include a text explanation with the pictures. I had downloaded a better manual from the site but did not want to print out 75 pages. I read it through before I began, but needed to come into the house several times to make sure I was clear on what to do. Once I figured out how to put my weight on the side panels to make them snap together, it went very quickly. The only part where I needed three hands was for installing the front gable while holding the doors in place. Luckily, my son dropped by just as I needed him, and within 3 minutes, that step was complete. The assembly when superbly, all of the holes matched up although the side walls did need to be tapped with a rubber mallet because they were about 1/2 inch beyond the track in the flooring, Once I did that, everything was perfect. Because my platform was perfectly level, I didnt need to shim anything and the doors worked great.
I was amazed at how quickly the shed was delivered, I ordered it online on monday and by friday it had arrived, just in time for a sunny weekend. I am very happy with this shed, and would highly recommend it . It even weathered Hurricane Sandy,
October 30, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by StuieAC Great shed at this price, especially with free shipping
This shed was easy to assemble as long as your floor is perfectly flat. The instructions are pretty good, one or two times I had to really study them to understand what to do. There are plenty of extra screws and the wood shims are a nice touch. I put it up in under 5 hours once the floor was done. The window is a nice touch too.
September 7, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by flyingace Overall very nice
It came in two boxes (250lbs each). We spent about a day making the foundation out of a wood frame, brackets and paver base (the third foundation option in the manual) and getting it level (we had a slight slope so that made it more challenging and took extra paver base). The next day we spent about 6.5 hours putting the shed together from opening the boxes to final completion of inside shelves. With two people some parts were still a little challenging such as putting on the front doors and gable ( a third person would have been helpful for this step). Lining up the cotter pin in the door frame was tough. Also the corner walls were a little hard to line up and snap in. But overall it went pretty well. Most of the instructions are clear but you do have to really look at the drawings closely. The shed will seem unsturdy until it comes together at the end, then it is quite solid. Also, the color on the box is different from the actual color...it is a very light gray with dark gray doors. However, outside it blends in very well with our light tan house (see pic). The window can be put on either side or in the back. We left the white plastic covering on the window pane so people can't see inside. The shelves and extras that come with it are a nice touch and the floor is nice and thick. The fake siding/fake shingles makes it look very much like a wood shed but for a much better price!
October 7, 2011