Good Product That Takes Time to Assemble
It is imperative that you be patient during the process of assembling this shed. If the wind is blowing and you find yourself in an exposed location, then do not attempt to assemble this shed. I would also like to add that it took two relatively experienced workers close to eight hours to assemble this shed in addition to the three hours needed to sort the parts and then build the frames. The directions and drawings were rather difficult to follow, sometimes being woefully inadequate. Because of this, there were occasions that steps needed to be redone. You will know if you have made a mistake because nothing will line up later. One of the hardest parts of the installation was due to the fact that some of the nuts and bolts were stored in a bag that contained 300 screws, making the process of sorting a complex endeavor. Additionally, the installation process requires that you put a washer on a screw, a job that any young helper would have found to be ideal. One issue was that some of the part numbers had rubbed off, making it difficult to identify them. Additionally, some of the metal parts were bent, but thankfully it was easy to straighten them out with a pair of pliers. In short, assembling definitely does take two people. It will be quite flimsy until all of the structural supports are in place. However, once everything is in place, it will become quite sturdy. In order to insure the final steps of assembly go smoothly, be sure to have one person inside to tighten the nuts and bolts. One warning is that the door hinges do seem to be small, meaning that if someone pulled too hard they could easily rip them off, making security a legitimate issue. In the end, the shed does achieve its intended purpose of holding both a dirt bike and a tandem bike. I was kind of expecting it to be white, but in the end, it has a bit of a grayish color.