This shed looks great. It took about 2 hours to prep site. Then about 6 hours to build. Then another hour to cut up boxes afterward. Definitely read instructions. The instructions are easy to follow. But prep site first. You will need two people. Be prepared to struggle right at the beginning. It's the seals for the Windows. It's one of the first steps. And it will take some creative thinking to get them in. But, after that it's pretty smooth. The seals for the sun lights work great, they just go in. Unlike the door window seals. Follow instructions and before you know it, you got a shed. The only other issues is some of the screws don't seam to tighten. I don't know if we stripped them out or didn't have them lined up correctly. We used our drill/drives for the screws. Set on a low number, and then went back and hand tightened them. The only other issue is some of the parts were miss labeled. We had two of the roofing sections miss labeled. A part labeled P was actually a Q. But it was easy to figure out. And one of the support rods was labeled upside down. So we flipped it over, and it worked perfect. So... over all it was pretty easy to build. Me and my 67 year old dad put it together. We didn't have to take anything a part and do it over, and nobody got frustrated. So I consider that a good project.
Pros: boxes fit in pick up truck. sun lights are nice. lawn tractor fits with plenty of more room.
Cons: putting in rubber seal around windows is tricky. it is gonna take all day to put together.
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