It went together quickly and fairly easily. This product was the right size for what I needed. My only comments (wouldn't call them negative exactly) are: 1) the instructions weren't particularly clear about assembling the floor of the unit. Picture shows inserting from the front, however really need to insert floor about 2/3 of the way before swinging sides next to floor and inserting in side slots and then pushing floor to back and snapping into place. After that it went together very quickly (rubber mallet helped snap floor into place). 2) As other reviewers have stated it is not particularly water tight. After assembling the doors and with the doors closed, there is approx 1/4" gap between front doors and side wall. It looks like they intended a curved piece on the rear of door to engage the sides but the tolerances on the "hinge" location don't allow the doors to close gap with sides. This isn't particularly a problem in my case as the items I'm storing in this are already water tight. Altogether, It is still a nice medium size shed and I would definitely buy another. I only deducted 1 point due to comments above.
Bought the shed yesterday. I have come to the conclusion that Rubbermaid needs to spend a little more on quality assurance. There was so much molding flash on the snap fittings that I could not get the back to go together. After an hour of trimming flash, I still cannot get it to go together as shown in the instructions. I would suggest that Rubbermaid label the carton differently. It should clearly state that assembly requires at least two persons. The instructions should be more concise regarding the "sliding together" of the two back pieces. They do not slide together at all. I'm still struggling to figure out how to get them to join. I have worked in manufacturing for almost forty years. I would not accept this assembly for release as I received my shed. I have assembled other Rubbermaid products, as well as competing products, and have never encountered such a nightmare before.
We had this shed for a not more than 2 years but it did not hold a wind storm and the whole top door flew. The whole was broken into pieces.not sure what to get or who to contact to fix it . I love the brand but I think this shed was a mistake I hope some one from Rubbermaid can help me
Durable. Have two. Did everything I asked. One lost the lid during Sandy. Got the lid back but not the rod that holds it open. Can't seem to find that part.
This is second one i got for a different house, it is broken apart by wind very easy, not as good as the first one i got 10 years ago.
i bought this two days ago.had to replace my old one after door hinges ripped. this shed is nowhere near the quality of my old Rubbermaid.have to wait to see how it will hold up.