Shed Assembly Instructions
Levelling the Floor
Choose a location for your shed that is relatively level and stable. A concrete pad, stable asphalt or properly-installed paving stone is ideal.
You can install on grass or dirt by resting the shed's corners on patio stones, but if the ground heaves (water in the soil freezes and expands, pushing up a corner of the shed), you may have to re-level the shed in the Spring.
Put the floor in your desired location. (It is fairly heavy, and may require two people to move it). The door-stop screwed into the floor indicates the front of the shed.
To level the floor, first locate the highest corner. You can use your level to do this, or it may be visually obvious. (If you don't know how to use a level, find out here.)
Starting from the high corner, lay the level down on one of the outside 2x4's of the floor. The corner at the end of the level - away from the high corner - will likely need to be built up to achieve level. Use the included various shimming materials to raise that edge to level. Go to the next adjacent side and do the same. Repeat until the floor is level.