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Shire Shiplap Corner 8x8x7'

Shire Shiplap Corner 8x8x7'
Average Customer Rating:
1.5 out of 5
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Rating Breakdown 2 reviews
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0 of 2(0%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for Shire Shiplap Corner Shed 8' x 8' x 7' (Nominal)
Review 1 for Shire Shiplap Corner Shed 8' x 8' x 7' (Nominal)
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1 out of 5
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1 out of 5
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Would you recommend this product? No
Overall Rating: 
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shed corner 8x8
21 Oct 2012
By
, manchester
"the shed had parts split and some angles would not line up even to the plan,the overall quality was not good, found the build a bit hard and frustating at times, not a easy build."
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Review 2 for Shire Shiplap Corner Shed 8' x 8' x 7' (Nominal)
Overall Rating: 
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Would you recommend this product? No
Overall Rating: 
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Diabolical
20 Mar 2014
By
, Epsom
"Bought this and really struggled to assemble it. I’m fairly good at DIY, but this shed... Not helped when the two doors didn’t meet in the middle. Had I missed something out? Spent hours checking and reassembling. It was simply that the doors were too small. Unbelievable. Had to add a 1” wide baton to one of the doors.
The roof is made of several small sections of cheap flake board. But the sections don’t join where the roofing batons were located. The roof sections would sag very badly (and unacceptably) if I hadn’t braced the roof with my own timber batons.
One of the window frames wasn’t ‘square’ so I had to shave off some wood to get the window to close.
I could go on but I’ll spare you the tedium of reading it.
Trouble is, what do you do (once you’ve built it) if you decide it’s not fit for purpose?
Would I buy another? Absolutely not."