I purchased this shed a few years ago. Before writing a review I wanted to see how well it held up. I'm sorry to say...not so well. I think the mid-entry doors are the weakest link. If the wind catches the door on you it'll bend and then will be a struggle to close. But even before that happened the roof over the doors began to sag and that made closing the doors extremely difficult. Now to close the doors I have to push up on the roof. If my wife wants to close the doors she simply cannot. Yes, there are a lot of screws and the way the sides lock to the floor seems lacking, but it does stay together and is relatively water resistant. If you do use a power tool to drive the screws set the clutch at the lowest setting. The metal bars that solidify the door opening lasted a year. I've had to modify and reinforce that area. The screws holding the metal bars simply don't have enough holding power. This wasn't well thought out at all. Be sure to use exterior paint on the floor before assembling the shed floor on it. After a couple of years of sun and freezing cold the screws in the floor lose their grip and the floor buckles. Now moisture can get in. Even if you use all treated lumber a coat of paint on the top surface can't hurt. My biggest complaint is the doors, both the design and the function. This is the weak point in this shed and would keep me from recommending it, let alone purchasing it again. Once you get past the doors and the compromised floor the remainder of the shed seems to hold up pretty well. It's withstood 80mph winds. It's just a royal pain every time you want in or out to struggle with the doors. Eventually I'll add some kind of header to keep the roof from sagging at that point. They'll still be difficult to open and close, but at least possible without pushing up on the roof.
Nice bag loved it, it is very well made and perfect size. I bought 2 for xmas presents, I am glad I did. Men or women would like this for all those lieing everywhere. Best part I never have to have that beat up rust laden metal tool box in the trunk again. That when I pick it up to move the latch wasn't latched, so now I am picking tools up everywhere. No more. Yea
This is a great product--after searching extensively for a good, functional toolbox on other online sites, I happened across this one--looked at reviews on Ama*** and saw that others had been impressed, so I bought it. GREAT storage for my tools, and the multiple cantilevered levels are super-handy. My only concern is the long term longevity of the powder-coated outside--I just used the toolbox for a rather damp bout of shower repair, and I hope that it doesn't start rusting or something. But--so far so good! I was so impressed with the quality that actually bought the smaller version of this on a different site to use as a sewing box. I wish it came in colors other than black (here) and red (on the other site), but essentially no complaints!
You get what you pay for. Construction quality is mediocre at best, welds at a few joints are incomplete and when assembled the arc of the piece is less than perfect. Additionally, product arrived already with rust on the feet so I'm sure this will not last long here in SoFla. But it looks good assembled and stacked with wood and has so far held the 300# I have on it. Definitely not a show piece, but ok for what I bought it for, which is to hold wood in a corner of my yard.
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