Lotus 6x8 Apex Metal Shed Heritage Green Reviews

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Lotus 6x8 Apex Metal Shed Heritage Green. The Lotus 6x8 Apex Metal Shed in Heritage Green is a compact storage shed that will require no maintenance or painting. It’s wide double doors make getting in and out with garden stuff like mowers easy. The Heritage Green Lotus 6 x 8 shed is constructed from a galvanised steel framework and clad with.3mm hot dipped steel in an attractive green colour. There are vents positioned in the apex gable to ventilate the shed and prevent a buildup of condensation in the roof space. Lotus give a 10 Year Warranty against perforation rot.
+ 1710mm (5ft 6") Wide Metal Shed - Compact Design.
+ Galvanized Steel Sides and Roof - Solid and No Maintenance.
+ Hot Dipped Paint Finish - Heritage Green Colour.
+ Double Sliding Doors - Wide and Lockable.
+ Ventilation at Apex Gable End - Keeping Shed condensation free.
+ 10 Year Warranty - Covers perforation.
+ User Friendly Assembly Instructions
+ Please Note: Padlock or Floor NOT INCLUDED

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My choice of this shed was largely due to the fact that I wanted one with the door on the end, of whch there appear to be very few. The pack arrived when promised, and in good condition, other than one front panel having a large and noticable defect in the paintwork, which I opted to live with rather than go to the bother of trying to get a replacement. Overall it went together reasonably well. The instructions for assembly were certainly clear, but were almost entirely pictorial, rather than having written explanantions; no doubt due to the thing being geared towards about 30 other nationalities. However, I found this game of trying to decipher what the pictures meant a bit tiring, and towards the end I found my self rushing the job. Maybe that explained the exta hole in the roof panels at each end when I had finished? (Rectified with an extra screw and washer inserted).Putting it up I felt it was a bit flimsy, though when finished it seems solid enough - though I guess a half-hearted kick to the door would have someone in with no problem at all, so I wouldn't keep anything of real value in it. Probably the biggest gripe I have is the quality of the frame on the ground, which appears to be of a soft aluminium, with the very first screw I put in stripping the thread on the frame rendering it useless. This happened several more times regardless of how carefully I tightened the screws up. That said the quality of the frames elsewhere is better and this problem didn't arise again. It is mostly put together with screws only, and only a few nuts and bolts, which is a help - at times. Amazingly the thing appears to have no leaks, though it does, despite the vents, allow condensation to gather inside. All in all a reasonably quality shed, though not one without issues.
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