Bottom Line:Yes, I would recommend this to a friend. Some detail blow-ups would have been helpful. Additionally, each part is clearly marked in the instructions with a 3-character code. However, there is no matching mark on the part. What's the point? It would have been so much easier to match things up. Packaging was very inconvenient. Of the 5 boxes, 3 are marked as Box 1 ,2 & 3. 4 & 5 weren't labeled. Related parts and the parts you need first were in each of the 5 boxes, so you had to unpack everything to get to the first 6 parts (floor sections). Luckily, the instructions tell you the contents of each box. The instructions say to build a base 8' x 15'. However, the shed is actually 14'10" x 7'8". Not so critical for concrete, but a wood deck needs to be flashed. For me it was an additional step I hadn't planned on. In spite of the above, I like the shed. The parts are well made and, except for the last roof truss, go together pretty well. It's definitely a 2-man job though, for some of the tasks (mainly the roof & doors).
I go to a lot of scrapbooking retreats and find this to really help me transport my stuff (which any SB'er knows, is a LOT) into the retreat. I no longer have to either wait on a hotel cart, hurt myself if there isn't one, pay a bellman to load a cart (some hotels won't let you use their cart, as the bellman use them! At $1 a bag, it runs me about $10 each way!). This cart pays for itself! I've told a lot of people about it, but you are OUT OF STOCK...please bring it back!
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