It was made in China and it only had drawn pictures of what to do, something was lost in translation. One would think that two college educated people would be able to do this, but that was not the case. The most difficult part, after the pictograph instruction was the roof. Enclosed was numerous metal bars for the roof constructions, you had so many letter on the bar and you had to get them together while working above your head, we both needed a five foot ladder but did not have two.
After get the support structure together the next step was to install the roof panels, starting with the top. They slid into the above bars, of course that was another trial. Some of them slid and some had to be tapped into place, and by the time we had a few in place they would slide out from some other area. I felt like the damned thing was playing the Hokey Pokey.
On the fourth day we got it together but it was so hot outside we sat in the house to cool off. Furniture is next but I am afraid that the selection is spartan because the summer season is over. I suppose I will be seeing snow blowers soon for sale in the stores.