Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 44
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 1955 Great solution - directions were very accurate too !
Quality product, delivery was on time, assembly directions were accurate - great solution / product !
December 17, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Stewart Easy to assembly by myself except for the roof.
Two hour assembly went well. Allowances for anchoring to the concrete pads would be helpful. Product appears to be durable and has good access through the doors.
December 18, 2012
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Sammie Quality of craftsmanship leaves something to be desired
The item arrived via curbside delivery in two large boxes. It took two of us with medium skill level about three hours to assemble the shed. Unfortunately some parts were bend out of shape and in some instances the manufacturing process left some plastic that should have been cut off. We had to use a lot of ingenuity (and various tools) to be able to complete the assembly. The instruction were fair, and could have been more precise on some steps (i.e. the orientation of some panels appeared to be indifferent but in fact mattered). I purchased it on sale and would have been disappointed considering the quality if I had paid full price.
December 30, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Frodo Suncast Storage Shed is a great buy
Took me 3 hrs. mostly by myself. Need 2 people to put the roof on. Had some difficulty getting the snap connectors engaged in some spots. Had most difficulty getting hinge retainers on and then to stay on. "Absolutely" need to install on a level flat surface. If not level, the doors will not close properly. I installed on the most level grass surface in my yard that I could find and thusly had some issues. If I had to do over, I would dig out the grass area and put in a solid sand surface and/or patio blocks. A cement slab would be ideal. Overall, putting it up was fairly easy and the durability of the product seems good.
April 8, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by dooley65 Very easy to assemble.
Overall very happy with the shed so far. It was very easy to put together. Some of the instructions were confusing and several panels were a little difficult to determine which way was up. Also the rear of the shed has a few gaps in the panels but so far no water has gotten in the shed. Not alot of shelving...did put in a wooden plank along back wall for misc items. Shed is nice looking and holds my gravely and yard items very well. Also it is lower profile...which is good if you are in a HOA with deed restrictions. Overall this is a nice shed and I would recommend it to others.
May 1, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Fireman276 Very well engineered!!
This shed is awesome so far. I leveled my site with two wheel barrow loads of pea gravel and 8 bags of unmixed quikcrete, then proceeded to put the shed up. From start to finish by myself it took me only 3 1/2 hours!!! I just put my stuff in it today and it seems like it will fit the bill perfectly. Just like the directions say, MAKE SURE YOU ARE ON A LEVEL SITE!!!! or you will never get this together. One thing not mentioned in the description is they have plans for two shelves that you can build in the back of the instruction manual that would extend across the back of the shed.
December 15, 2011
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by AC62 Not worth the money
The short answer is if you have any DIY skills, build your own. Do not buy this product. It lacks structural integrity. After assembling the shed on a flat, level surface it was clear it was not a sturdy structure. I had concerns how the shed would hold up over time, being exposed to heat and rain. I took the shed down and returned it to Home Depot.
May 11, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by John Good Product -
I read other reviews of this shed, and decided to buy it for my lawn tractor storage. Others had said to make sure that you have a very level base for the floor. Built a 4x4 frame base to get it off of the ground a little, and leveled that, so the 2x4's that support the floor rested evenly. Most of the time spent "building" this shed was in leveling my own base. After screwing the floor down to the 2x4's it was approximately an hour's worth of snapping pieces together (with the help of another). Roof is a bit tricky to snap in, but if you're careful like they instruct you to be, it works out fine.
Wish their were shelves that you could buy for it, but you can construct your own to hold light things. Would not recommend putting heavy things to hang from walls or ceiling.
October 18, 2011