Rated 1 out of 5Â by Victor46 Yardmaster Shed
If you are thinking about buying this shed, forget it as its a load of rubbish!! The material it is made from is like tissue paper. If you feel you must buy it make sure you place it somewhere well protected from the wind as mine was blown apart during last weeks gales!!
8 Dec 2013
Rated 1 out of 5Â by skipper123 Nightmare shed!
Bought this shed as looks good on photo and secure with padlock hasps etc, which turn out to be plastic?. and after all made of metal.
The metal is actualy paper thin including the frame.
To errect it was a complete joke.
hardly any of the pre-drilled hole were there!
Instructions were not good, had to drill most the holes myself, which took ages.
Whole week of my life ruined and wasted.
The slightest bit of wind blows the part assembled piece of junk and damages it.
Now i got it bodged together, it is noisy in the wind and leaks like a sieve.
Wish i never bought it. Choose a differernt shed!
22 Aug 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by jablove yardmaster
bought for a caravan site as plastic (my first choice ) or wood are no longer allowed due to fire regulations.
time consuming to erect, but expected that so planned it over 2 days, base & sides one day roof and trims the next.
a good tip is to have a couple of pairs of mole grips or spring clamps to hold the panels in place while your messing around with the screws & washers especially as i was on my own...read & reread the instructions as you go and it all makes sense.
when finished good and sturdy did have one leak in the roof but that was from were i over tightened a screw replaced that with another one and all good..
23 Jul 2012
Rated 3 out of 5Â by daval Lots of Assembly!
I didn't expect the shed to be supplied in kit form with approximately 120 parts to assemble (using loads of srews and washers!!) The instructions show that 12 man hours of work are required to assemble and it took all of that! However, it is very satisfying to see the finished shed - but adding tool clips etc on the inside will be a challenge as there is very little to attach them to!
31 Oct 2011