Storage Shed, 10 x 10-ft (3x3m)
10x10 Portable shed
we've had ours for several years now, still holding up!
Caveat- Be sure to kick the snow load off of the roof in the winter, It'll extend the life of this shed.
Great value for the price paid.
We would purchase another
May 12, 2013
Don't buy this
I have used portable garages for 25 yrs; the white transparent covers usually last 5-6 yrs before the sun's UV rays cause them to fail.
I shop a lot at CTC, thought I'd try a ShelterLogic 10 x 10 for my ATV. The cover on this product started to fail at 1 1/2 yrs and at 2yrs is unusable. Their warranty is 1 yr.
Also, the zipper door is awkward to use.
I'm going to replace this with a no-name 10 x 16, sliding door, for $200.
CTC, you should get this company to upgrade their covers and offer a better warranty, or stop selling the product.
January 19, 2013
good idea but poor quality
i bought this two months ago, and it took me just under an hour to build and everything went together just fine. my biggest complaint is that we have had a few good rain storms here on the west coast of canada and then it froze last night. when i went in there today all my stuff was wet and there was ice coming off the roof. not impressed.
January 12, 2013
BETTER THAN EXPECTED
I purchased the 8X8 version about 8 years ago and its still standing and useable. Going for the 10X10 one today. Just make sure the ground stakes are well secured and you should have no problems.
November 15, 2012
Heavy duty powder coated steel frame, not flimsy thin aluminum tubing.
Ease of assembly, good instructions, took me about 4 hours not rushing.
End frame tubing DOES NOT go inside the fabric, read the instructions. Seems many people have had a problem with this step.
Anchor kit included.
Because fabric is 3 sections, each one can be tightened individually.
All the parts of the frame are friction fitted. In order to keep the pieces from falling apart I used self tapping screws at all the joints for a little added strength.
Not sure how well the material will hold up over the winter, but if it rips or frays, the frame is strong enough I will use metal roofing panels.
November 1, 2012
GREAT VALUE! :-)
I looked all over for an instant shed when I saw this one. It looked cheap even at regular price. I got it on sale. I bought it and set it up in 2 hours by myself. I am very impressed with the quality of the materials and hardware. I am on my way to buy a second one.
October 20, 2012
Bought the 10 by 10 on sale. It wasn't too hard to put together and is now going into it's 4th winter. The fabric is starting to show some wear but otherwise is in good shape. It has withstood all kinds of weather with no problems. The only issue that we have is that the velcro strip no longer holds the door up anymore.
October 8, 2012
worth the purchase
Took about 2 hours to set up with my 8 year old son, Worth the purchase when on sale. For the reviews i read that said the poles dont fit through the sleeves the reson for that is they don't go through sleeve not the right application. That is not how it is made to work. Read the instructions first and you will find not that hard to build.
October 7, 2012
I also found the the tubes did not fit in the sleeves. After much trouble I Finally got it assembled but the front and back sections where extreamly loose. I re read the instructions for a third time and was able to figure out that the tubes do not go into the sleeves.....duh! the front and back tarps wrap around the post and the ratchet strap ties it all together. I re assembled it and it worked out much better. Knowing I wasnt the only one who made this mistake made me feel a little better. Hopfully this will help someone else.
April 17, 2012
You get what you pay for
I keep meaning to build a second frame storage shed with a poured pad but never seem to get around to it so these work well enough for now. If your mechanically inclined you should have no problem setting it up. You will need some help on hand when draping the frabic.
On on my second shed now. The first on was blown away in a early spring wind storm. I had 4 screw anchors holding it but the ground was water saturated so with the wind working at it all night it finally let go. It went down the road a good 2 KM and completely disintegrated.
This time I drove 6 t-post in 3-1/2 to 4 feet and used heavy duty wire around the bottom tube. I also ratchet strapped the top tube down to the center side t-posts.
Had 110KM wind gusts here a few weeks back and it's still standing. Do not place sharp edge objects close to the walls as wind will case fabric to bow in and rub against whats stored beside wall.
March 18, 2012
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