Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 3
Rated 3 out of 5 by jh average quality shed, could be better
Delivery was spot on, told from 1215-1615, turned up at 1230. shed wood quality is quite poor, warped sections in some areas. window is a joke, thin 1mm plastic, had to buy a sheet of 4mm perspex from local plastics factory. just enough screws and tacs to complete job, would recommend you buy extra upon building shed to really secure it all strongly. plan a full day or 2 to construct. ok for storing tools, will not be suitable as a watertight "mancave", unless you insulate from inside to close gaps. very easy to break into, wood panels could easily be pulled off to gain access.
08 August 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Flappinganimal Looks good but poor quality.
I'll start off with the positives. The shed looks really nice. Kind of rustic charm. Also looks far more interesting than just a standard 6x4 shed. OK. Now the negatives. The quality of the wood is very poor. The main beam that joins along the middle of the roof arrived broken, as in a piece had broken off the end. Most of the other lengths of wood were warped badly and split when screwed into. We managed to get it erected and used wood we already had along with extra screws to reinforce the shed and repair the broken parts. Also the wait for delivery was over two weeks, not really good enough. I know this isn't an expensive shed and I wasn't expecting the highest quality but I at least expected it to be in good condition with straight(ish) wood. So I would recommend this shed if you have plenty of your own wood lying around and don't mind using your own engineering skills to strengthen and hold the whole thing together. I am waiting to hear back from Homebase after I complained about its quality.
11 June 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by bec As expected considering other reviews
Nice design. Several admiring comments. Looks great with climbers over the lean-to.
Poorly made - be prepared to use saw etc to get 'fit' on joints.
You get what you pay for.
02 June 2016