Rated 3.7 out of 5Â by 13
Rated 1 out of 5Â by iKandy .....
I do not see why people gave this shed such high ratings. The walls or so thin you can see sunlight through them. On top of that , the roof is zip tied together , literally , they send zip ties in the box! The whole shed snaps together , and it is flimsy .. You can lightly push the walls and they bulge out..so crazy.It is def. not worth the price , and I wish I would have chosen something different. All this shed was made for , was for looks..I mean the window is a plastic panel they just stuck in , not glass , and there is no way to remove them. The roof I have found , leaks down the sun roof if it get windy and heavy outside.Not a lot but noticeable .If you are looking for a good quality shed , I would advise you to look elsewhere.All you are looking at here is trouble !
May 15, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Neenee Very flimsy, and cheap for the price
All the reviews I read must of been put on by the vendor, cause if I had seen it before I purchased it, I would never of paid the price I did. until the roof got put on someone had to be holding some part of it to keep it from folding or falling. I am definately going to strap it down from one side to the other. Take my advise, Keep looking. I would of sent back if it was not so big and expensive to return.
October 25, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Gary The building is poor quality material for the price charged.
I purchased a 6 x 8 Suncast building earlier this year. The material (side walls, etc) were made of much sturdier material thatn the 10 x 10 that I recently purchased. The walls are very thin. This was available to order online only. I saw the first shed at the local Home Depot before I purchased, so I knew what I was getting. If I could have seen the 10 x 10 before purchasing, I would not have bought it. It was way over priced even with the $600 discount that it had listed.
December 18, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 Storage Shed
Great shed for the price. . It takes a full day to put together. Some pieces are hard to line up but goes together fairly easy. Make sure its on a flat surface this will make the job a lot easier.
April 13, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5Â by NickL Excellent value for the money.
I actually received the shed a few months back but it took me a bit to prep the site. When I finally got around to opening the boxes, the first thing that I did was an inventory. I found everything accounted for. Nothing was missing or broken. I thought that I'd need help with the assembly but I figured that I'd give it a go on my own to see how far I could get. The directions were easy to read and everything fit together perfectly. At the end of the first evening, I had the floor and walls assembled (2 hours). The second evening I assembled the roof and all of the assesories (2 hours). I have to say that the shed went up a lot easier than I expected and I didn't need any help. Not counting the time it took to prep the site, the shed took about 4 hours to completely assemble. The only thing that I can suggest is to make sure that your site is completely level...and I mean level. If it's off the slightest, you'll have problems snapping the pieces together. I assembled the shed on a cement pad which had a few dips in it. Because of the dips, I had to shim the shed in a few places to get it to snap together correctly. As far as quality, the wall panels could be a little thicker. I can see where snow weight may be an issue. The shed only comes with 3 steel floor to roof supports. I'm going to beef up the side walls with a few 2 x 3s. This will also give me a place to hang shelving.
September 21, 2009