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ShelterLogic Shed-In-A-Box 6 ft. x 6 ft. x 6 ft. Grey Peak Style Storage Shed
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ShelterLogic

Shed-In-A-Box 6 ft. x 6 ft. x 6 ft. Grey Peak Style Storage Shed

  • Free up your garage with an economic storage solution
  • Efficient and affordable way to create portable storage
  • Store ATVs, watercraft, lawn/garden, patio/pool items, tractors
$156.46 /each

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This floorless peak-style storage shed is the ideal place to warehouse gas-powered lawn equipment and other outdoor supplies. The ShelterLogic Shed-in-a-Box offers total enclosure with a full-face two-zipper door to easily get your valuables into and out of the tent-like structure. It’s supported with 1-3/8 in. powder-coated steel-frame tubing that provides utmost structural stability and comes with Ratchet tite anchors to keep the waterproof canopy taut.

  • Dimensions: 6 ft. W x 6 ft. D x 6 ft. H
  • Canopy, back wall and door constructed with waterproof, rip-stop, heat-bonded, triple-layer, enhanced weave grey polyethylene
  • 1-3/8 in. frame constructed with high-grade powder-coated steel tubing that undergoes a 13-step rhino Shield surface preparation process for utmost durability and longevity
  • Full-width double-zippered door rolls up to allow uninhibited access to storage area
  • Floorless shed design is ideal for storing a tractor, ATV, lawnmower, snowblower, leaf blower, chainsaw or other gas-powered machines
  • UV treated inside and out with added fade blockers, anti-fungal, anti-aging agents resulting in a fabric cover that withstands the elements
  • Ratchet tite tensioning system enables simple installation while keeping cover tight to frame; swaged tubing for quick and easy slip-together assembly
  • Includes: (8) ratchet tie-downs and (4) 15 in. auger anchors
  • Storage capacity equivalent to 216 cu. ft.
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electric generator storage

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paulie46
east haven ct
January 6, 2013
could this shed be used to cover a generator while it is running?
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Seattle WA
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August 12, 2015
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Here is a pretty good analysis of options to protect your portable generator in nearly any wet weather, http://www.gentent.com/alt.
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April 30, 2014
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Would be fine,, as long as you rolled generator out, or pointed exhaust out the open flap. I wouldnt run it in the enclosed tent of course...
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January 8, 2014
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I wouldn't see why not. You'll want to definitely make sure that the generator has some ventilation via the back panel (at least partly up) to keep it nice and cool running. These shed in a box original shelters are very well built and while the fabric isn't exactly fire resistant or retardant, you should be okay as long as you make sure the hot parts stay off your shed stay and off the panels and fabric Read More
I wouldn't see why not. You'll want to definitely make sure that the generator has some ventilation via the back panel (at least partly up) to keep it nice and cool running. These shed in a box original shelters are very well built and while the fabric isn't exactly fire resistant or retardant, you should be okay as long as you make sure the hot parts stay off your shed stay and off the panels and fabric shed components at all times. These shed in a box fabric shelters are the original shelters and are recommended by the manufacturer originalshelters.com for multi-purpose usage: Including- a tool shed, equipment storage, outdoor storage, firewood shed, and even a generator shed from what I read online.
It all really depends on the size of the generator and some ventilation will be a good idea in these shed in a box original shelters if using for a generator shed. Read Less
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Connecticut
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December 18, 2013
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There are two small holes in the door which do allow some ventilation, and the sides are not "fixed" to the ground, but I would be concerned about any CO2 build up. The door could be left open I suppose. I would also suggest checking with Home Depot or the manufacturer regarding this though..
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California
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November 5, 2013
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I think you should be able to use it for that as long as the exhaust is not near the material. You should probably keep the flap open when running it. Some exhaust will still probably collect in the top of the shed due to the fact the front flap does not go to the fop.
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May 14, 2013
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My guess is yes, I would put it in the center. You can adjust the side base rails up higher so more air gets in while it would be running. And certainly raise the door to what you need, too. But I sure wouldn't be inside of it when it's running. I don't know how much heat a generator produce but I imagine it would be fine.
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Atlanta, GA, USA
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April 17, 2013
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Yes. We have had a lot of rain recently and everything inside is bone dry. The only thing is that there is no floor to it so as long as you don't mind the generator being on the ground (possibly dew might create moisture). Otherwise I think it would be fine while running.
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CT
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January 22, 2013
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If the generator is placed where anything hot would not be near the sides and the exhaust is going out the open door (and the door should remain open) then yes, why not.
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Watertown, CT
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January 7, 2013
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"You cannot use any of Sheltlogics Sheds to cover a generator
while it is running."
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Hixson, tn
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January 7, 2013
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I would think that there would be plenty of room for air circulation
depending on the size of the generator of course.. The top is 6' at peak.
There is a front flap that can be zippered closed or left open. I have extended the bungees used to secure the flap open so that I can leave it halfway open. Hope this is helpful.
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Michigan, USA
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January 7, 2013
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Would not recommend you do that ,because of exhaust fumes.
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Long Branch, NJ, USA
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January 7, 2013
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thats what i used it for.i placed it in the middle and pointed the exaust towards the door and left the door open.it kept the gen dry and also help to quiet it down a bit.
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How wide is the door opening?

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Lake Alfred, Fl.
September 2, 2012
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November 30, 2015
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Approx 54" wide
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Phoenix, AZ, USA
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July 24, 2014
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56"x56"
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April 30, 2014
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52 inches wide x 52 inches high
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St. Petersburg, FL, USA
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December 31, 2013
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Probably just over 5 feet.
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Connecticut
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December 18, 2013
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Pretty close to the full 6ft. My review has images which show the door open and closed.
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Katy, TX, USA
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October 8, 2013
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Door opening is aprox 5 feet.
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Upstate NY
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May 14, 2013
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This is the 6x6 shed. The pic shows the door up and what we have in it presently.
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Atlanta, GA, USA
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April 17, 2013
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4 ft. 10 in.
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Long Branch, NJ, USA
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October 24, 2012
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just under 6 feet wide and about 5 high
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September 5, 2012
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According to the directions it is 6 feet wide and 5 feet tall, with the tarps installed it is about 5 feet wide and 4 1/2 feet tall
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September 4, 2012
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"The door opening on Shelterlogics Shed-in-a-Box 6 ft. x 6 ft. x 6 ft. Peak Style Grey
is 4' 10'."
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How much does the box weigh, and what are box dimensions? I am surprised this was not included in specifications, thank you!

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Hephzibah, GA
April 6, 2013
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Spartanburg, SC
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July 14, 2015
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The entire box weighs less than 30 pds. I'm a 60 year old female and I could easily pick up and load myself.
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December 20, 2014
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box weight for the 6x6 shelter was about 25 lbs. Box dimensions are about 35" by14" by 8" deep.
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April 30, 2014
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Product Weight (lb.) 52
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January 28, 2014
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The shipping weight was about 53 lbs. Box size was approximately 36 x14 x 6 in.
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McAllen, Texas
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January 8, 2014
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This is an approximate but what I have read online is the shed in a box original shelters 6x6x6 weighs approximately 132 pounds. This will include the frame, components, and fabric covered top and panels.
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St. Petersburg, FL, USA
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December 31, 2013
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I think it was around 40 lbs.
The box was about 16 inches wide, 4 ft long and about 8 inches deep.
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Bellingham, MA, USA
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December 27, 2013
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The box weigth about 45 lbs
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Portland, OR
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October 8, 2013
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Not sure how much it weighs, but I was able to carry it in my house by myself. Its about 1 1/2 feet wide, about 3 feet long and about 6 inches deep.
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Texas
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August 25, 2013
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It weighs about 80 pounds and the box is about 4 foot by 1.5 foot by 1 foot.
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Long Branch, NJ, USA
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April 7, 2013
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My ups sticker said the box weight is 50 lbs..the box size is 42"x17"x6"
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is there a way to lock this unit

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El Paso, Tx
May 4, 2012
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November 30, 2015
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No. These is no factory way to lock the unit.
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Phoenix, AZ, USA
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July 24, 2014
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no
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April 30, 2014
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Im sure you could devise something, But any lock would be easily defeated by cutting thru the sides
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Connecticut
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December 18, 2013
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Not unless you're creative enough to lock the zippers to the frame in some way.. That said though, the sides and top are fabric.. If someone was REALLY that committed to get what's inside, a box cutter would probably bypass any lock. If you're trying to prevent minors from getting inside, I imagine you could use something like a bicycle cable lock with each zipper and lock it into or under the frame.
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Upstate NY
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May 14, 2013
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We can't figure a way to lock it. We have our bikes in it so what I did was attached a chain to the frame, run it across the floor and then I chain lock the bike to that one.
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Long Branch, NJ, USA
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October 24, 2012
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no ...there are two zippers one on each side and they can't be locked.
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September 5, 2012
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The door is zippered, you could padlock it, but it is made of a tarp material. Someone could just cut there way in.
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no
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NO
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May 4, 2012
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"There is no way to lock this unit."
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Shed-In-A-Box 6 ft. x 6 ft. x 6 ft. Grey Peak Style Storage Shed is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 161.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Redefines Temporary Shed, Still going after 6 year I wrote this letter on February 28, 2014 "As I stated on the phone I simply wanted to share my story of a “Shed-in-a-box” that I purchased approximately 4 years ago. It was purchased as a “temporary” expedient until I could build a permanent shed. Well, after 4 years of ice, snow, wind, heavy rain storms and the sun of a southern Indiana summer, it just keeps hanging in there. It has endured two different tears from falling branches that were duct taped over 2 years ago. In other words this product redefines the term, temporary. I do plan on retiring the shed this spring, but instead of buying a more permanent structure, I plan on buying another Shelter Logic shed (maybe bigger). “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”. My thanks for a quality product that far exceeds all my expectations. This shed’s longevity, and my desire to replace it with the very same product, is a testament to the quality Shelter Logic builds into their products. " That was 2 1/2 years ago. I haven't retired this yet.
Date published: 2016-09-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from ratchet fell apart During assembly, one of the ratchets fell apart. We were tightening the opposite ratchet and the one just sprung apart all over the place. I had a group here helping so I wasn't going to wait on a replacement, forcing us to 'rig' it together. It took a total of 5 hours with 3 people to put together. Besides the broken ratchet, if I had one suggestion it would be instructions need to be supplemented with words. The pictures actually do follow the steps but there is so much 'guessing' that would have reduced the time had a few words supplemented the picture.. IE: give a reason why the back wall doesn't have a bar to go through the bottom as the sides do, even though it has a similar 'hem' to accommodate a pole also? Or, "the main tarp is supposed to have 6" loosely hanging over the front and back and will eventually wrap around the whole unit once ratcheted". Or "No, the zippers are not broke. We purposely split the zipper open part way up (looking like the zipper broke midstream) for shipping purposes. And yes, each zipper is folded under and stitched closed at the bottom. You must break this apart." Each step could have had a short paragraph explaining the step. Assembling with pictures-only was very time-consuming. Last, with the broken, 'rigged' ratchet now holding one end, I will be unable to adjust that corner. I'd imagine that will reduce the integrity of the whole unit and reduce the life expectancy.
Date published: 2016-10-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding product! I am using this over my bulkhead to create an entryway and it does an excellent job! I am so happy because for years I've tried to get the carpenter in my family to build something for me but no luck. The product is made of strong, sturdy material, I put it together with my friend and it is the perfect fit, size and gets the job done. Now my tenant has shelter from the elements when entering and exiting her basement studio apartment. It adds such a finished look and an element of privacy and is charming actually with the motion sensor light I was able to include in the space. It is the perfect size for a standard bulkhead. My carpenter is off the hook permanently! I would recommend this over and over again.
Date published: 2016-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sturdy and Durable! This storage tent is the greatest investment ever. It houses things secure and safe.
Date published: 2016-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from my son put up with no trouble it's great We got it 4 weeks a go it's great we are happy we got it
Date published: 2016-09-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid storage for the price I had purchased this as a temporary-type storage shed to keep the kids bikes out of the rain. Assembly is fairly straightforward; the anchor points and how the shed eventually sits leaves a little to be desired - if you are placing this shed in a tight area or where you don't have the ability to set a good spike into the ground, you will be forced to improvise. That being said, even with some improvised anchors on my part, this shed has withstood a couple of windstorms without incident, and the coated material seems to be holding up well to the elements (including careless children!). All in all a great storage solution for the price.
Date published: 2012-05-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quick Storage Solution I'm restoring an old car and needed a temporary storage place outside of the garage to keep the parts. I purchased this 6 x 6 x 6 Shelter Logic storage shed and set up was pretty straight forward. Since it doesn't have a floor, I made a simple raised floor out of plywood and some 1" sections of PVC pipe. That way the stuff inside wouldn't get wet if water on the deck ran inside the shed. The wind, coming from behind the shed, blows the back wall inward. It would have been nice if there was one more steel beam that ran across the back, providing support for the tarp on that side. Two flexible ties are provided to hold the door up but the instructions didn't mention them so it took a little figuring out to understand how they worked. So far it has been serving its purpose well. It's easy to get in and out of and I sure enjoy having the extra space in the garage to work on my project!
Date published: 2014-07-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Once up - really great! We got the frame up very quickly. The augers didn't work for us because we have very rocky ground. We bought some 2ft re-bar to use instead which cost about $34 but worked fine. We saved the augers in case we move to somewhere that has better ground. Not a big deal. It works. We REALLY ARE HAPPY WITH THE FINAL SHED but just remember to you have to loosen the bottom frame that goes front to back to slide in the the long loops for the sides and do put an extra hole straight down from the web strapping for the front and back so it is anchored directly straight down and not pulled to the side so it doesn't rip the material. You can see in one of the pics how we need to put one more hole in the base to bring the strapping for the sides down straight and not at the angle. Again, this is to keep the material from ripping. I will be contacting the company to suggest they come with the holes in our alternate position. Over all it is just the right size for our bikes and a few other things. The price is good, too! We had looked into metal and wood shed and they are just way too expensive. This is quite good and cost efficient!
Date published: 2013-05-14
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