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Lifetime Storage Buildings - 60187 Garage Shed 11 x 11

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Meets my needs and much, much more! Review by Easy Rider
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Pros:"Beautifully crafted","No water leaks in rain","Pretty sturdy","Clear Instructions","Fun to build","Very detailed pictures","Low Maintenance","Good fit and finish" Best Uses:"Extra household storage","Small workshop","Vehicle storage","Motorcycle storage","Planting shop","Lawngarden equip storag" Bottom Line:Yes, I would recommend this to a friend. I built this shed with a 5 foot extension kit to use for parking my Harleys out of the weather. There are three in there right now, two Sportsters and one Road Glide. I have tons of room around all three bikes to easily clean and maintain them. The included shelf kits are pretty nice; I put all my riding gear, tools, and cleaning and detailing supplies on them. They are strong and sturdy, and help me stay organized, and the ability to add more shelves as I need is awesome. This is the first shed/building I have ever built, and while I am competent, the clear concise instructions were a huge confidence boost. The only thing that bothered me was all the hardware! Tons of screws and such! I suggest the manufacturer bag all the hardware by size and type to help the consumer stave off confusion. I opened all the bags at once and sorted my stuff into SOLO cups and then wrote the part numbers on the cups. This may have slowed me up a bit but it was a huge help in the long run. GREAT product [...] and all my neighbors love my shed! (Posted on 12/4/2014)
Very nice product overall Review by Jammer
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Pros:"Nice looking","Easy directions","Spacious" Cons:"Questionable packaging","Couple tough assemblies" Best Uses:"Small product storage","Athletic field storage","Lawnmower storage" Bottom Line:Yes, I would recommend this to a friend. I bought this product for our high school baseball team to store our riding mower and scrrens/netting inside for the winter as well as rakes, shovels, etc... Plenty of room for our 52" mower as well as the other materials.Very attractive shed when assembled. I was able to assemble about 65% of it by myself including the roof. You'll need help with standing up the walls while you assemble them together. Also will need help building and installing the trusses as well as installation of doors and the small roof caps. Otherwise I was able to do it a lot of it myself. It is definitely a long process, especially by yourself, but if you have 1 or 2 people helping you, it could be done in a long day or over a weekend. Directions were very clear and pictures helped tremendously. Take a little time to read them first and follow the order of directions.[...] The only part of the assembly I had a real hard time with was the long and short glider tracks for the 3 doors. They were very tough to get together.Overall, I am very pleased with this product. I've assembled smaller items that were a lot tougher than this. I was really worried about how it would look with the rest of our facility but it really blends right in and I've received compliments from some of our players, parents and school officials about the look. (Posted on 12/4/2014)
Good shed, bad instructions Review by Jeff
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I was at first impressed that the entire shed was able to fit in its packaging, Lifetime had this part pretty well thought out. I was not impressed with the instructions. I opened each box (5 total) separately and attempted to inventory them individually according to the instructions. The pieces in the boxes did not match what was in the instructions and also the boxes were poorly labeled as to which box was which. Following the instructions bill of materials I was short numerous pieces, but following the assembly instructions, I had everything needed. My wife and I were able to sub-assemble everything we could the first afternoon and completed the major assembly the next afternoon. The directions were very poorly written. There were numerous quantity mismatches and many of the drawings left a lot to be desired. I found that by trying a few different assembly configurations on the doors, I was able to get them to fit acceptably. I mostly followed the instructions but had to improvise on some occasions. There were also a few instances where the hardware that was called out was not correct, I had the correct hardware but they didn't get it correct in the assembly instructions. I also had to drill some missing holes in the door frame (I did check and recheck to ensure I had the correct pieces and they were oriented correctly and I wasn't going to send this back for three holes and have it take another possibly two plus weeks). At first I wasn't too sure what to think because the panels seemed pretty flimsy and I wasn't sure the screws would hold up very well just screwed into the plastic. When it was all put together the overall structure reinforced itself and appears fairly robust, at least as robust as a plastic shed gets. Over all my wife and I do like the shed. It is roomy and has good head height and a decent roof pitch. We also like the trifold doors so we can access the entire shed. The worst thing about the entire process was trying to follow the poorly written instructions. (Updated on 10/8/2014.) (Posted on 12/4/2014)
Challenging to build, looks nice Review by Shed-man
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This 11 x 11 shed took two mechanically inclined men in their 20s ten hours to assemble. And they were exhausted. do not be misled by the online video showing a small shed being put together. The instructions on the 3-piece doors were very difficult to follow. Finally I found a photo on the internet that showed the three door assembly in the open position. Aha, that is how it is supposed to work. The instruction manual, should have a intro for each major subassembly (floor, walls, roof, doors, etc.) that gives an overview. For example, "in the next ten pages, you will be assembling the doors. This is how it will look and function when you are done." Also, would be nice if someone explained how the roof is rain proof when there is a crack between each roof panel. Has it been tested? Is there a video online that shows this? When the rains arrive in Florida, I will post a video on You Tube if the shed leaks like a sieve. My floor is shrinking. The panels fit together fine when they were warm, but have not contracted in the cool air and no longer fit across the middle. Other than those problems, it was a breeze! (Posted on 12/4/2014)

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