Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 24
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by cdgrad Lacking Quality Craftsmanship
Although there were only two of us putting the storage shelter together it was very time-consuming. Fortunately all the parts were available In the kit. I could not believe that the manufacturer had simply cut the fabric of the shelter with a knife to make a slit for the side rails, and they did not reinforce the slits with stitching or something. I am still questioning the strength of the material and only time will tell whether it is durable enough to withstand wind and snow. We have been warned that heavy snow will crush the top of the shelter and it will fall onto our camper. The company should use a heavy canvas material for the shelter instead of the plastic currently sold. More anchors should also be included with the kit.
October 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Katherine Good product
My friends put this up, so no personal opinion, although they said it when up ok. Instructions were easy to follow. The stakes are not necessary where I live- no wind, but in windy areas, they would be handy.
Two features that need improvement: 1. the two stretchy catches used to hold the rolled up front opening. They are too short- they could be longer to make fastening easier. 2. I bought a dowel from a hardware store to fit into the bottom sleeve of the front opening to aid in rolling it up to fasten.
It's heavy and sturdy and seems, so far (2mos.) it will last a good while.
Also, one part was missing and had to be sent, which came timely. Other than those 3 things, I'm happy.
August 2, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by SD To narrow for vehicle storage
Smaller than anticipated, you can not open your vehicle doors to get in or out when inside the garage, even in a compact vehicle. The material seems sturdy and my husband was able to assemble it over a weekend though.
August 20, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by BB After about 3 weeks, my carport was destroyed in the wind
I got the car port in mid July, 2016 and paid a little over $300 for it. It lasted until the first wind storm and the cover blew off as well as parts being lost. Home Depot didn't offer much help and I will now have to pay someone to dismantle the frame. It has been a big disappointment to me.
August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Keith Nice shelter. Good assembly!
This shelter was VERY easy to assemble. I only needed a little help from my 11 year old daughter to hold a few things in place while I assembled them. (And she got to learn how to use a ratchet!) I recommend getting the longer anchors - they seemed to bite and dig in better than those shipped with the shelter. Overall, it probably took me only a couple of hours to get it assembled. The hardest part was getting the anchors torqued into the ground! (There ought to be a power tool for that!) It's been up a month with no problems.
December 19, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by northwoodsgirl .Economical storage option!
Easy to assemble, sturdy material and blends nicely with surroundings. Great economical way to expand our storage area
September 17, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by FED2 Good Product
This product can be put together nicely without any real hassel. It looks good and is holding up well for what I need it for. Just keep the snow off the top! I rated it good because I'm sure there is a more high end product that is excellent, but for the price you can't beat this!
January 7, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by cltinseattle Very Good Product for the Price
We bought this to store our motorcycles for the upcoming winter. We previously had a Shelter Logic storage shed that held up well for several years until the Hanukkah Eve storm in 2006 blew it apart. You cannot expect that this will survive hurricane force winds. In comparison, I believe the tarp covering on the previous shelter was of higher quality but the frame work on the new one is higher quality than the older one. Two people put this together with help from a third person on occasion, the assembly was not difficult but be advised that there were some holes that were not lined up correctly and we had to drill holes to get some parts to fit correctly. This one came with better anchors than the previous one. The previous one basically just came with long tent stakes and this one came with solid ground anchors. I wouldn't consider this to be a permanent shelter but I hope it holds up for a few years of Seattle weather. It seems like it should do pretty well against the rain and occasional snow, we'll see how it hold up against wind.
I am also posting a photo, you can ignore the extension cord in the photo, that was for the use of the drill and we also ran a metal detector all over the ground picking up a ton of nails left on the ground by the previous owner.
September 2, 2013