|Hi, we just put the shed up over this weekend and here are my comments.
1 - Instruction graphics need to be more detailed in places. Ie: The braces that go into the slots in the roof, it was not clear which part faced in which direction.
2 - Instructions sometimes had one piece ID letter and another in the graphic. This is the case on the left door handle graphic which calls for one screw type while another is listed on the top of the page. As it turns out, the incorrect screw was in the bag, it was the smaller screw and I had to use one of my own to make it fit securely.
3 - Some bags were unmarked and some had incorrect ID markings. This happened several times. Also, if one bag is inside of another one (screws bag inside of the shelving hardware) it ought to be noted on the instructions. I'm looking all over for it before I realize that it is in the bag.
5 - I think you should emphasize the need to keep the screws loose at first so that when the roof is going on the rest of the building is flexible enough to move the parts into position. This was especially the case when we got to the rear panels, the corners were very hard to make fit. Then we loosened everything up and it went in easier, but was still hard.
4 - This is a question that I hope you will answer for me. Do I need to screw or secure the shed floor down into the foundation? I have a wood foundation and I am not sure if the weight of the shed is sufficient to keep it from shifting as it is not fastened down. I thought this might be the absolute last step, but I did not see anything about this at all. I think there should be a way to secrure it to the foundation once it is built and in place.
5 - I hope the skylights don't leak. The rubber "gasket" looks good and tight, but I'm appling some silicone on the inside just in case.
6- It took two of us nearly 10 hours just to assemble it, another 1/2 day to build the foundation and 1 hour for me alone to unpack it all from the box.
Otherwise, it is just fine, we love it.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]