Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 23
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Booey Nice shed
Preparing the foundation is the biggest part of the job. Shed assembly goes quick. Very nice shed. Instructions are very clear.
April 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by iscavideo Great shed. easy to put together
Great, sturdy shed. It was quite easy to put together although it did take some time. Requires two people but otherwise quite easy. Instructions were adequate.
July 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Justahomeowner Very nice and roomy
Overall I am pretty satisfied with shed. I did take a shortcut, and didn't build a sturdy base. Went well until the roof, not lined up quite a right. All the screws and bolts labeled, one package seemed to be missing. Found a second package with different label.....right parts but didn't match the sheet. Again it's very good though, and doing it alone I can't complain. Would recommend for sure, just get some help too!!
July 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cherylynne Perfect shed solution
The Tremont shed was easy to put together and a great value. We are so happy that we purchased another one.
June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by craigs Great Shed
It took some time to put together about six-hours or so. Be sure to layout all the parts and read the instructions before starting. Be sure to put on level ground or you will have issues with aligning the roof. If that happens just shime one of the corner with a piece of wood to get in align and keep trying different corners to be sure it is lined up as best as possible.
Very good quality and if you follow the instructions it comes together nicely
I would watch a you tube video on it as well.
May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by mzim Quality Product
Follow instructions , especially laying out the hardware beforehand. By far, the most used item are the short self tapping screws. Ok to use a hand drill but use short bursts.
The manual wasnt 100% clear on some instructions, especially the roof brace portion. I figured out what I did wrong though. It is possible to assemble with one person if you are taller. (I'm 6'1")
Be sure to use a tie down and bolt down the floor. A single thunderstorm with 60 MPH winds would have this shed across the yard with a direct hit. I used threaded eyelets and vinyl coated cable. SIngle strap over the top in the middle. Shed was waterprooof in a rainstorm. I went out and checked.
Delivery was prompt and the carrier used caution getting it off the truck.
I would recommend this shed to others. Its durable, good looking, and ample space and options for shelves and hangers. I used 2 x 6" pre treated lumber on 4x4 posts (9 total - 4 corners cemented 2.5' deep, the others on concrete deck posts).
October 6, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Salvatore Nice but lifetime is better
After putting up a lifetime brand shed and this sun cast shed in the same week I'd say get the lifetime shed there over all better products the floor on this shed is weak and I put a hole in it with no problem it will not last over time compared to the lifetime shed which features faux wood floor look plastic panels that are much stronger this shed is nice but if u want it to last long id go the other way and get the lifetime the metal handles and better looking doors are not worth it the lifetime shed even has a working locking door mechanism where this shed it just closes with nothing holding it closed u have to put the latch threw to lock it and the handles don't move no comparison to the lifetime shed but love the metal handles compared to plastic only flaw in the lifetime shed and I like the looks of this shed so much better but wish the quality was there and it's just not from the plastic itself to all the features and details this shed is not better than a lifetime brand shed wish I could say the opposite because I did buy this shed and I do see huge differences
April 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Skew Worth the effort
First let me say that the shed is in its first week and appears to have weathered a few storms already with no problem. The shed itself looks nicer than the previous aluminum shed and the high ceiling makes it comfortable to walk in. I would suggest extra shelves to maximize spacing.
The shed took approximately three hours to put up with 3 people. That didn't include the time to rebuild a platform that my previous shed occupied, which took about 6 hours to do. I would recommend a concrete platform, because we had the shed relatively level, but it sunk on granite blocks, just a little bit, which shifted the roof somewhat. This resulted in the door not shutting properly without effort. However a level adjustment should correct this issue. I also recommend aluminum/vinyl flashing if you use a wood based platform. We put the flashing down along the edges to ensure no water would reach the wood platform the shed was resting on.
I found the directions to be fairly simple and we had no shortages of nuts and bolts, which most people who buy shed kits have issues with.
Overall I am fairly pleased thus far and would recommend it.
May 3, 2016