I like this work bench and the size is perfect to fit around the brackets in my 8 x 8 Palram greenhouse. I would follow the directions and wear gloves when assembling. There are some sharp parts to the metal on the legs and both my husband and I cut our fingers. It wasn't hard to assemble, but the directions are vague. I think it is just the right size and weight for what I need. My bottom shelf arrived with a small crease, but I'm not bothered by that.
After considerable filing I was able to attach the opener to my greenhouse. Palram should consider a new design of the plastic channel attachment for the 'Snap and Grow' greenhouse!
We put this up in February when we had some unseasonably warm weather for Ohio. Two days after we finished the assembly, we got snow and ice. Last week we had 50 to 60 mile an hour winds that took down several trees in our horse pasture. I kept looking out the window expecting the greenhouse to be a mangled mess, but it is still standing without even a scratch. We did anchor it down to a cement pad with special screws (purchased at the local hardware) and the brackets that were provided. It took us about ten hours over two days to finish the assembly. The directions are difficult to understand (pictures/no words) and if it was just me putting it together, I would have thrown it across the yard. My husband is more patient and figured it out. We made some mistakes with which screws to use and had to move some brackets, but no major issues. The plastic seems thin but it holds up well and the one day it was 27 degrees outside the greenhouse was at 80 degrees! My roof window arrived bent, but I called the number on the box and they had me email some pics and sent the replacement window in two days. I will post a picture after this batch of snow melts. Can't wait to start working in this greenhouse!
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