Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 11
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Flyspy Fair value for money spent
I purchased this shed in Oct. 2012 @ Home Depot Palm Bay Florida. Needed a shed in a hurry for home we just bought. After the base was built it took wife & I about 3 hrs. To assemble. (That's 6 man hours total) you must focus on the instructions and do one step @ a time. Seems real flimsy while assembling but once completed becomes pretty solid. I did not have an issue with the roof. Wife held Down on corners while I put screws in from inside. There is holes in door handles for a pad lock. Had I to do over again I probably would have waited and spent the extra money to buy a wooden shed.
February 3, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Mike Surprisingly trouble free assembly
I was reluctant to buy due to some negative comments about poor instructions, things not fitting, leaks, etc. However, I was very pleased about quality and assembly process. All parts were included, everything fit, instructions were reasonable. Sometimes we had to stop and think before assembling certain parts to make sure we were doing the right thing. Went without a hitch. Took 2 people 5 hours to assemble. Very happy with shed.
January 20, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Chatalela LOOKS NICE AT FIRST GLANCE BUT. . .
I bought this shed to replace the old one in our backyard. The only good thing about this thing was the price.
But you are going to have issues with it. I´ll guarantee you that.
The instructions could use some editing. You start assembling the door for instance, and then in order to finish you have to jump from the first pages to the last ones.
THE ROOF IN THIS THING IS A NIGHTMARE. . . ! ! !
It leaks like crazy. It´s flimsy and if you live in an area with rain, high winds or heavy snow you are gonna loose it.
All the pieces are suppose to snap together like a big LEGO set. And that´s dynamite on paper. But it does not work like that. Remember this thing is plastic, and plastics are malleable that means is going to unsnap because of the temperature changes and the wind.
That assuming you are able to snap everything properly in the first place. After only two days of light rain I have to drill holes in the roof in order to bolt it in place. Then I was back to The Home Depot to buy some roofing caulking, just to more or less seal the joints.
The hardware it´s mislabeled.
It does not have a locking system of any kind. You are gonna have to come up with something of your own to lock it.
June 1, 2012
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 Buy cheap, you get cheap.
Bought Sierra plastic shed because it was " on sale" . OMG what a heck of a time putting it together .If you built something or taken things apart before you will understand that this shed was built by the Chinese and designed somewhere else with the instructions printed from another planet. It took over 3 hours to put on the roof. Ive built a shed from wood before and did other light construction but the roof design was bad. I took extra foam tape and replaced the small stuff it came with . I put extra screws into the roof to keep it from warping . Modification is a must for a leak resistant shed. There is a reason why there isn't a full display model built at Home Depots.
Required Tools :
sledge hammer ; bottle of asprin; 6ft ladder; lots of patients.
June 20, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Jonathan I'd recommend this product
Overall not a bad product, you definitely need 2 or 3 people to put it together. Not a complicated build until you get to the roof structure. Make sure you pay attention to where the holes are on the pieces for the roof. If you're not paying attention, you can put them on backwards and not know until you get further into the build then have to take things apart again. Also, the holes where the doors affix to the side walls were damaged and not complete holes meaning that when I attached and screwed in the door hinges to the side, they would fall out. Of course I didn't see that until the end which is when you affix the doors. To remedy that, I used gorilla glue and it works fine now. I am happy with the product, lots of space and doesn’t look bad.
June 24, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by conic Excellent product, maintence free
Build this shed over 3 years ago and it still looks as good as the day I bought it. Live in an area of harsh climate, heavy snow and hot summers. I put it on a slightly elevated level wooden deck to keep it above the snow line. The color does not show dirt well, I suppose I could hose it down but haven't seen the need. It has plenty of room for all of my pool gear, lawn mower, power washer and yard tools. I was able to put the entire thing together by myself except for one roof panel. I had to have a person hold the panel down as I drove a fastener.
May 27, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Elevensdad Excellent shed for my needs, quality materials.
Although I was able to put it together by myself, it does help to have another person, especially the roof. Instructions could be more detailed and logical, but they suffice if you're really handy. Roof design allows for some gaps, unless you supplement the instructions with some of your own. Once installed, it's a great shed, sized to hold 4' wide shelving and lots of tools & gardening supplies.
April 30, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by WashingtonDC Easy to build
This shed replaces an increasingly expensive storage locker at public storage. For 3 month worth of locker I bought this shed. It was easy for 2 people to build. It is attractive and appears to be very sturdy.
November 19, 2013