Rated 4.2 out of 5Â by 73
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Snurferb Small outside, bid inside!
Bought this shed two days ago. Simple to out together with instructions. I've built a lot of Lego in the past so that experience came in handy. Assembled in about 2 hours. I recommend assembling in place and on a flat surface. A second hand would be useful but not needed. I predrilled about half the holes to make it easier.
The materials is pretty good but slightly flimsy on the walls when the roof and doors are wide open. I was disappointed that there were no accessory instructions but it came with accessory anchors for the back wall. After lots of digging I found out that there are only a few accessories that work and only for the back wall. I bought the rubbermaid closet shelf and hardware and attached to the anchors proved and it works great. I bought some hooks as well for the side walls but I wouldn't recommend as it seems flimsy. Well see how it holds.
Overall great buy for under 400$. Fit lawn mower no problem as seen in pictures.
May 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Randy Exactly what I hoped it would be
I researched for quite some time to find the right shed, with the right look, for the right price, in the right size...and this was it. I liked that it is made by Rubbermaid because I know it will be durable. It took myself and two friends exactly three hours to construct, and that includes laying a foundation of sand and bricks for it to stand on. We started with six 60lb bags of sand and 160 regular bricks...laid them down and cabled around the outside so they seperate. Then the shed construction. Do NOT over read the instructions...when it says cut tabs, cut tabs. Be sure you have a non-cordless drill with a Phillips bit because you have around 100 screws to put in and you'll break your wrist otherwise. Once the foundation was laid and the instructions were looked over, the shed itself took us around 2 hours. Easy, works very well, roomy, functional. 5 stars!
January 22, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Skeeter No Brainer project - FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS
I wanted a bigger shed, but due to regulations in the neighborhood, I went with a low profile shed. I was skeptical about a slide top, but look at the way I added pegboard and ladder hangers and bam it holds as much as taller shed. The shed was easy to put together by just following the directions. I completed this in about two hours including the peg board and hangers. I didnt pre-drill any holes as this is a waste of time. The screws make their own hole. I built this on a 45 degree day and none of the plastic cracked. Had this shed about two months and through several rain storms it is still dry inside. I still need to pull my rototiller in and as you can see by the pics, it will fit. The peg board is screwed right the wall of the shed on two walls to increase storage. Be smart and use a screw length that doesnt go through the exterior. I used the remaining screws that came with the shed and no problems. The only reason I gave it 4 stars is for the security of the shed. Although the shed has a locking feature, it isn't the best. But if your shed isn't in Fort Knox, there is the chance of nefarious activity.
January 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by do54gg9y86mo44m nice little shed
This little shed is very convenient for the lawnmower and supplies, hose, various garden tools, and maybe a trash bin. You can put up a pegboard toward the back if you want to hang other tools (you'll need to bend down for that). It doesn't take up as much room as my old wooden one and I can see more of my yard over it's top. I won't have to worry about painting and re-roofing anymore!
Mine seems to catch some when I slide the roof/lid forward but that could be because I had free help to tear down my old shed and saw the younger guy standing on the box containing the shed parts to reach a high part!
August 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Groundhog LOVE THE QUALITY
This was actually fun to put together. Mainly because it all fit the way it was supposed to. Well done Rubbermaid.
September 18, 2012