Rated 4 out of 5Â by 53
Rated 3 out of 5Â by Fritz Good Value
Important to construct on a level service, which for me took more time than the actual installation. Once leveled surface, went together without any problems.
February 5, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5Â by scwo good size and price but dosnt go togeather well
put together in about 40f temp
back corners are held together with big plastic screws, they would not tighten enough to pull the plastic around the corner enough so the roof would sit right
bought 2 tubes of caulking to finally seal it up
still dosnt sit right even in warmer wx
February 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by missscarlet41 Just what I wanted!
The shed construction is durable and maintenance free. The pieces are clearly marked so putting it together is like doing a child's large piece puzzle. (Instructions are included however.) It is designed to keep the contents dry and out of the elements. The neutral color blends in with my house beautifully. My neighbor and I are both in our 70's and we put it together in a couple of hours; complete with added wood shelves.
March 7, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Shawnwoodkins Plastic XL, not to big on the outside, perfect on the inside.
This is the best shaped and sized shed. It was easy to assemble only taking 20 minutes to put together and with shelves that I added (up to four,) increases the size of the inside for storage and still has enough room for larger sized gardening equipment. The look of this shed stands out as having the the economical design you might find in a big city with the wood finish that might be found at a country house giving it versatility unmatched by any other shed.
January 24, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5Â by DCNH Pretty much as you would expect given the price
This is really easy to assemble. I did it in a basement with just a couple of inches clearance to the ceiling, which made it a little more challenging, and it still went very smoothly - about an hour with just one person. That said, what you have when it's over is . . . a blow-molded shed. The instructions say it all: Make sure you keep something heavy in it at all times so it doesn't blow away. In my case it's being used as a storage unit in the basement of a condo building and it's working out fine in the absence of any wind. I keep a padlock on the door (the door handles provide for this) but it's mostly to keep curious people from poking their noses inside; someone who really wanted to steal something out of it would use a box-cutter to cut a big hole in the side and just walk on in.
December 23, 2014