"Just finished putting this shed together. Now it's up it's a great storage building and is good quality, however it's taken me 2 full days with a friend to put together. To give you an idea of how poor the instructions are I have a building suryeying/engineering background and my friend is a radar and aerospace engineer and we did not find it easy following the instructions. There are only diagrams and no written instructions and although the parts are clearly labelled the exploded diagrams are poor. Please yardmaster read this and sort the instructions out because the shed is great (once it's up) and I'm sure it will last years."
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Review 3 for Yardmaster Shiplap Sliding Door Apex Shed 9'10" x 12'1" x 7'2"
"This has to be one of the most impressive sheds you can buy and erect yourself. It took me about 15 hours to build but I did do it on my own and I did slightly modify the build sequence to facilitate that. There are a lot of PKs with this unit....bags and bags of them. It is important that the base frame is completed properly and is level as the construction is so sectional that if you get it wrong then you won't know it until you are half way up! Finished article is superb. I reckon I could probably complete one in about 10 hours now. Great piece of kit!"
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Review 4 for Yardmaster Shiplap Sliding Door Apex Shed 9'10" x 12'1" x 7'2"
"This is an excelent shed. It is very straightforward to put up providing you follow the instructions to the LETTER. It does rely on the base foundation etc being level and to the right dimentions. Their compleation time of 8 hours is a little optimistic but possibly could be acheived on a second build when you have experiance to rely on. One down point is that a small amount of rain can get onto the shed floor via the door base tracking . Overall a very good shed and excellent value ."
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Review 5 for Yardmaster Shiplap Sliding Door Apex Shed 9'10" x 12'1" x 7'2"
"When I saw that the shed arrived in six boxes and that overall there are over 500 fixings I realised these sheds are a hugely time consuming to erect. Following the instructions to the letter (which there are none) no written instructions only diagrams with a few arrows, I had to drill many of the fixing holes for the roof beams and roof panels. I started with a level base and the shed base was square but after the first two roof panels none of holes marry up, for the remainder I purchased self drilling screws with washer and fixed the roof quite quickly after that.
After spending some time mostly wasted figuring out that things don’t fit, the finished shed leaks as the side panels sit on the base rail and when it rains the water flows in under the base rail into the shed, as you need the water to run off the base rail I fixed this with a roll of DPM tucked behind each panel (mastic won’t help in this instance) again more wasted time considered raising the shed but the same thing would happen. The main consideration however is that metal sheds get plenty of condensation especially over winter the underside of the roof was covered in water droplets you may as well store your items outside.
It’s not only about how quickly or slowly (15 hours) you put it together but generally they take too long to erect compared to a wooden shed but also how they perform and these don’t. After the next storms when its bound to blow over (even after fixing) I will cut this up and scrap it, do not buy a metal shed ever!!!"