Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 34
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Lucy LOOKS NICE
We put this together in a less than a day. You do need two people. The directions were great. One corner doesn't fit exactly flush, probably our error, but all in all it went together easily. Looks great.
July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DogMama Nice looking, roomy, sturdy
We got this shed for the local dog park. We liked the combination of wooden sides for nice appearance with resin base and top for resistance to weathering, This meant a large, very heavy box and a significant assembly and staining time (5+ hours) even with two experienced handymen, but it was worth it - the shed looks really good and we think it will last a long time.
If you can, use a drill rather than a screwdriver to put in the screws to save a lot of time. Don't try to assemble this without at least two people.
August 25, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by glo Disappointed!
My husband is talented at putting things together- This item has eluded him- Repeated calls to company- They ask for pictures- We send them- No response- We call- cannot get through- We e-mail-no response.
Can anyone help?
May 10, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by mickey Cheap quality wood
We bought the shed and had it delivered. Immediately upon opening I could tell the wood was of poor quality. It feels very similar to balsa wood, not something you would want to use on an outdoor shed. While assembling I found many pieces not cut evenly and some already broken. Applying light pressure can break the wood. At some point through the assembly one of the corners pieces snapped and all the screws holding it together ripped through the wood. These screws were not the ones we put in but the ones pre installed. That was the last straw, we packed it up and returned it. For the price it is not worth all of the work of assembly, fixing poorly done cuts, and unmatched pieces. Then having to stain the entire thing. You are basically just paying for a pile of cheap precut wood.
March 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Shawnwoodkins Cedar and Resin Vertical Shed, So Nice Moved It Inside!
This shed was more then I expected from the very start. Once I open the box and looked at the door hardware I realized that this makes those other plastic shed look cheap. with room for two shelves inside this is more than enough space for any garden projects that need to be done. With the hybrid plastic bottom and top there should be no leaks or fear of the wood panels ever wroughting.
January 24, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cyclegirl This product was exactly what we were looking for for our Florida pool deck.
Both products were fairly easy to put together by myself and my partner. Shed took about 3 hrs and deck box took about 1 hr. We used a clear urethane finish to show off the cedar wood and are very happy with the results
July 20, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by TCga easy to assembly fast and Free shipping !!!
Went together very easy about an hour with screw gun (lots of screws) looks much better than the plastic ones they sell in store. Just hope it holds up like the resin ones do. Should include shelves thats the only down side so far.
August 6, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by jrch Aesthetics / Strength Trade-off...
So far, so good, with this shed.
It took my wife and I about 3 hours to put it together with a power drill. It is entirely cedar planks except for the roof, floor, and hardware. It smells nice, and I believe it will age well. It will take a stain and/or weather seal too - something we're debating.
The wood is quite soft, so you certainly want to use a low setting on your drill or you will split the planks. You need to be very careful during assembly for the individual pieces are fragile relative to the usual 3/4" pine usually used in unassembled furniture. One slip of your foot and you'll break something.
I've fit my (larger than most) Honda lawn mower into it, so far. I plan to put in some hooks for other lawn equipment and tools. Also, a shelf to get unsightly jugs of weed killers and bug sprays out of my garage.
One more benefit of wood is that I plan to reinforce the walls with additional lumber to install custom shelves, racks, etc. You cannot easily do this with resin.
All in all, this item is a good trade-off between the strength of resin alternatives for the benefit of a much more pleasing, natural wood style. This will age well, while a resin container will only look worse with time.
A five star review would command a bit more strength; with thicker planks and metal reinforcements. However, at this price point, I think it's an excellent value for the do-it-yourself backyard.
May 14, 2011