Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 253
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by edincalgary Update from August 2014
I am quite happy with my rubbermaid shed. I've had it a year through a winter with-20 celsius weather and a summer with a few +30 Celsius days. A few tips for buyers....
If you load the walls with heavy stuff like gas trimmers, the wall will be effected by the weight. I solved this by using the wood from the flat the shed was delivered on to reinforce the wall. Easy and works, no buckling.
In heat, the doors do tend to warp a bit so I did reinforce them with angle aluminum. works good, doors now have no gaps at top or bottom. This was a 5 minute job. You can also hang light stuff from the angle aluminum and have no fear of the door mis aligning.
I am very happy with my shed. For the price it's a good deal and looks terrific, especially when compared to the neighbors home built shed wich cost about the same.
September 25, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by happycustomer1234 like this shed
My wife and I spent 4 hrs to build this shed. we like it very much and finaly have space to store the tools. Althogh our English is still imrpoving, the instraction explains everything in details. We do not need to read any word but following photos on the manual step by step.
There is only one thing that is a little bit disappointed me. Rubbermaid's accessories are only sold in USA, so we are not able to buy any Rubbermaid's hook or part and have to leave everything on the floor. As this shed is made by plastic, we cannot put any screw on neither.
Hope this plastic shed could survive the horrible winter in Canada.
May 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by pitajr nice shed
wow, i never write reviews but I had to express how much I appreciated the way this shed goes together. I was dreading building it from all the reviews on various sheds saying 1-2 days 6-8 hours each. Took me and a friend an hour and 45 minutes, with a drill as our only tool, and two ladders. The only con is the "windows" are not black like in the picture, they look like cardboard and some of it peels off when you remove the silly sticker that says "window do not throw away".
Great shed and nice and sturdy.
June 6, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by KenB Lack of Information
This shed is terrific, the only problem I have is that they don't tell you that the accessory hooks shown online are not available in Canada. The only hooks you get are included with the shed, and they are the small ones that fit in the holes of the peg board you have to buy and install, which are no good for hanging rakes and shovels and the like. I would give this shed 5 stars if not for this reason because I think it is a large inconvenience not to be able to hang said tools.
May 1, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by jjch Not that great!
Bought this over the weekend, and spent 3 hours yesterday to build it, couldn't finish because assembly instruction booklet is nowhere to be found! We basically had to guess what we're putting together, as we built similar sheds before.
I tried to go to Rubbermaid support but unable to download the exact version of this shed, and we think this might be exclusive to Home Depot. Finally called Rubbermaid and they sent me the exact model instruction.
June 23, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GGboys It fits!
It fits in my Nissan Quest! Thanks to the GG Home Depot guys for helping putting it in.
September 6, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by flxible Very Nice Product
Watched the videos on YouTube, read many reviews and I've owned one previously. I feel it's
a great value. It can go up with ONE person until the roof. Then you truly need TWO people.
My wife and I worked on this three days for an hour or two each day. It went up piece by piece
pretty easily. The roof was a bit tricky but that may have been due to the location of our
install. I'd recommend this shed to anyone....
December 14, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Michele2015 Good Shed for the money and fairly easy to put up.
My father and I ( I am a 40 year old woman and my dad is 70 we are both handy and in shape) put this shed together. The base was constructed in advance by my father he assembled a wooden box filled will gravel and then made a floor for the shed to sit on out of 3/4' plywood weather treated. Remember this shed has to be anchored down to something or it could blow over I don't care what the directions say the easiest way to do this is to build the base and make a nice level surface if you put it in the yard on grass or in a driveway the shed will possibly blow away. The shed walls took 40 minutes to put up but once you got to the doors and roof there was a lot of coordination to get the rafters on in roof over the top. There is no way that it took anyone 45 minutes but 4 hours from start to finish with a 20 minute lunch break is definitely what you should plan on, with at least two people. for the price its a beautiful shed and easily assembled no degrees necessary.
September 8, 2015