Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 66
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by lilmisssunshine Rubbermaid Big Max Jr Shed
Rubbermaid Big Max Jr is great. The installation was fairly easy. My husband and I put it together in about an hour. It is very solid and seems to be water resistant so far. I haven't had it through the winter yet, but it has held up quite well in high winds. The door has to be banged shut to be closed flush, but not a major problem. My only complaint is that it is hard to find the accessories for organizing the interior. Surprisingly roomy interior with easy access through the 2 doors. Great shed for small spaces. Overall, a great purchase (especially on sale with free delivery!)
November 6, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Geer My other shed is a Big Max Sr.
Went together almost perfect. One roof panel is warped and won't seat where it is supposed to. This is my second rubbermaid shed and both have had mis-molded roof panels. It was still easier than building any other kind of shed. It is in the trees so I want it plastic to make it easy to maintain. Good value for money. Bonus is that it was delivered with a substantial pallet that I broke down and made into a shelving unit for inside the shed. I hooked the shelving to three walls just to make sure a wind gust doesn't blow apart the shed.
November 17, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Ladnar64 functional but could use a few more pieces
First off; I ordered from Home Depot.ca because they offered 7 day drop-shipment delivery. The shed was shipped from the US and arrived about a month after I ordered it. Assembly was easy and the roof is a bit tricky but once installed with the clips and 20 screws is very sturdy. The issue I had was that the wall notches slide into the floor grooves. I found if I stand by the side grab the roof and lift I can separate the walls from the floor. In saskatchewan with the winds we get I decided to go to the hardware store and pick up 4 angle brackets and secure the walls to the floor. Also on the inner door I attached slide-bolts on top & bottom for added door rigidity. The hardware cost me an extra $20, but now it is a more secure shed.
May 17, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sunflower The Rubbermaid Big Max Jr Rocks!
The shed components are very well-made and extremely well-designed. All the parts and hardware were included and clearly labelled. My husband and I were able to level the floor on top of road crush (our recommendation) and put the shed together with ease over the course of a few hours. The assembly directions are clear and the components are labelled clearly with part "letters" and arrows for direction of placement. Finished, the shed looks great and has an amazing amount of storage space - we're very happy with our choice!
August 9, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Familyman Can't stand the wind in winter of Canada
I made a wood foundation and installed on it. Everything good, except one day, it was blew off its base and collapsed on the fence. Fortunately, it's still can be installed back. I drilled holes and mounted 4 corner steels on 2 sides. Hope it's able to pass this winter.
November 25, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 We'd rate it @ a 4.5 if we could
Was very happy when this shed went on sale - so we could buy multiples. We'd done our homework, and this shed is solid. Compare it's wall panels' composition/construction with any other - this is a quality Rubbermaid product. On the first attempt the easy-to-follow instructions enabled an assembly time that bested the recommended allotment - and then all others went together in less than 30 minutes each. Invest materials, time, and effort in a solid foundation site. THE most valuable tool - the rubber mallet - for THE most difficult part - the roof ~ applying one, powerful, precisely-placed (look at the instruction pictures!) *whack* will indeed engage the joint. Hammering away like some sort of 'Whack A Mole' participant won't help. Take time to locate the points of contact (4/panel) and the roof completion will be easy-peasy.
June 24, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by adalex Easy, except ...
... for the roof. The floor and walls went together quickly and easily, but the roof panels were ridiculously tricky to put in properly. Lots of grunting and swearing and extra soap eventually prevailed, however, even if not all the wall tabs snapped in properly. The doors work fine and the shed looks good.
July 4, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by cameo Wonderful experience
Great shed! Easy to put together (my daughter and I did it in under 30 minutes).
The size fits anywhere and the double door access is a real bonus. I have recommended it to all my friends and they also like the maintenance and dent free exterior.
I just have to get the men in our neighbourhood to quit referring to it as the 'tupperware' shed :).
May 28, 2008