For the price - I got what I paid for, so no surprise there. The instructions were good, clear, and easy. All the parts were in the box. The shed is sturdy but not strong or heavy duty, but does the job for the one person lift items, yard tools, and some of the various wood pieces that are in it.
One of the two floor panels (rear) was somewhat warped and made installation of the two corner panels at each corner very difficult to fully install and click/lock into place. Actually I could at best get only partial engagement. I decided to live with it. Being that it was December in Maryland and cool/cold outside I had little chance of getting it to flatten out. If it were warmer weather and sunny, I could have used the sun to relax it and flatten it I suppose. I did not want to apply a heat source thinking that I’d make it worse and then I have a bigger problem and not able to use it or able to return it if necessary. I built a level pressure treated wood platform to assemble the shed onto – using 4x4’s). After completely reading the instruction before assembly, I then went on line to read reviews (kind of backwards I guess). There were a few reviews that concerned me, especially with respect to wind. So, I used a ratcheting strap attached to the 4x4 base – up one side – across the center line of the two roof panels – and down the opposite side. I pulled the strap sung – NOT too tight – I did not want to bend the roof or side panels. I also used 3 tubes of premium waterproof 100% silicone caulk inside the shed at top middle and bottom joints. Each caulk line was 4 to 6 inches long, caulk was applied to the inside and outside roof line area in 4-6 in. strips, as well as the inside floor perimeter again in 4-6 in. strips.
Time will tell how this all works out. I am satisfied with the shed so far. I have had it up for a month now.
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