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Keter Artisan 11ft x 7ft (3.2 x 2.1m) Shed £899 delivered @ Costco Online
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Keter Artisan 11ft x 7ft (3.2 x 2.1m) Shed £899 delivered @ Costco Online

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A perfect blend of modern design and ruggedness, the cleverly architected Artisan 11ft x 7ft shed provides the ideal outdoor storage solution for your garden. The innovative DUOTECH™ walls are not only highly durable and weather resistant, but they also feature an attractive wood-like texture and paintable surface.

Made with a steel-reinforced build, the shed comes with an extra strong roof that can withstand snow loads of up to 200 kg/sqm and a heavy-duty floor that allows you to store even large equipment. The Artisan 11ft x 7ft also features double doors, windows, and a locking system.

Specification

A premium ideal outdoor storage solution for all garden tools and equipment, garden furniture including BBQ's, bicycles and DIY tools

Elegant and innovative wood effect exterior with paintable walls and precut tongue and groove panels for easy assembly

Heavy-duty floor for extra support, ventilation and clear windows included with locking system option for added security

Made of durable maintenance and fade-free plastic with rib reinforced and steel reinforcement wall panels

Built-in ventilation

UV-stabilised for fade resistance

Virtually maintenance free

Colour: Driftwood

Weight: 211 kg

External Dimensions: H 226 x W 342 x D 218 cm

Internal Dimensions: H 219.8 x W 327 x D 201 cm

10 year manufacturer’s warranty

Manufacturer's Helpline: 0121-506-000/80121-506-0008 or csuk@keter.com for any assembly advice and other tips

Please note that shed doors can't be painted. Only the main frame of the unit can be painted.

Please check contents, footprint and measurements before installation. If you are enlisting the help of a third party to install this product, please ensure that all contents have been received in full and undamaged prior to arranging and paying for installation to take place. If you have damaged or missing parts, please contact our Customer Care team at: customercare@costco.co.uk

Premium Installation Service:

Choose our Premium Installation Service with your chosen shed and enjoy the comfort of knowing that installation is taken care of by skilled and trained installers.
The installation office will contact you to guide you smoothly through the process and ensure you are happy with your purchase.
Prior to booking your install date (within 10 working days of delivery) the installers will telephone you to check the following:
1. That you have a suitable base for your shed. It needs to be firm, flat & level. We recommend concrete, slabs or a timber frame. Please note that your shed cannot be placed directly onto a base of grass, earth, sand etc as natural movement will affect the stability of the building.
2. That there is enough space to build your chosen shed and that access to the build area is clear of obstruction. A minimum of 24” (61cm) space is needed around the shed for the installers to work in.
3. That the contents have been checked in full and free from damage.
4. Please note that the installation company is unable to carry the shed through your home so if there is not adequate access, provision for this must be made. Please note that the installation service does not include the removal of packaging, but will leave it tidily for the member to dispose of.
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don't bother with these. Purchased last year, paid the extra to have it 'professionally fitted'

Took my fence out as well.


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40233293-DwE6O.jpgMy shed on a raised timber base, that will eventually be covered with decking
It was this price in back in December. I purchased from Costco, good delivery service. I constructed most of it in 1 day on my own, you could finish it in a day with 2 people. It's a very nice shed, I can highly recommend it. Important that you have a solid and level base to build on or this won't go together very easily.
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WOW, I have shed envy now!
64 page how to build guide 🤮
It was this price in back in December. I purchased from Costco, good delivery service. I constructed most of it in 1 day on my own, you could finish it in a day with 2 people. It's a very nice shed, I can highly recommend it. Important that you have a solid and level base to build on or this won't go together very easily.
I can only imagine the hardship of building this. The small one i had wasn't too bad but the larger you go the harder these things seem. That looks a nightmare.
azstar30/03/2020 16:01

It was this price in back in December. I purchased from Costco, good …It was this price in back in December. I purchased from Costco, good delivery service. I constructed most of it in 1 day on my own, you could finish it in a day with 2 people. It's a very nice shed, I can highly recommend it. Important that you have a solid and level base to build on or this won't go together very easily.


@azstar do you have any idea of the dimensions of the 3 boxes it arrives in? Just wondering how much space I'll need to store it before I get around to assembling it.
sagman7630/03/2020 16:08

I can only imagine the hardship of building this. The small one i had …I can only imagine the hardship of building this. The small one i had wasn't too bad but the larger you go the harder these things seem. That looks a nightmare.


Nah. I built a 11ft x 7ft shed virtually by myself. Only needed my wife to hold a couple of panels and that was the only help I had.
Dad cave, Sweet have some heat
Ideal for my 4 bikes and room to set up a turbo bike I bet!
Mini2028430/03/2020 16:18

@azstar do you have any idea of the dimensions of the 3 boxes it arrives …@azstar do you have any idea of the dimensions of the 3 boxes it arrives in? Just wondering how much space I'll need to store it before I get around to assembling it.


@Mini20284 I don't know exactly, but I would say its 2 boxes that are 2m X 1m X 30cm and weight about 70kgs each.
ncd30/03/2020 16:19

Nah. I built a 11ft x 7ft shed virtually by myself. Only needed my wife to …Nah. I built a 11ft x 7ft shed virtually by myself. Only needed my wife to hold a couple of panels and that was the only help I had.


@ncd any tips for assembly or anyone else who has one?

I didn't order it with the installation as thought I might have several days on my hands...
Anyone who's built one: do you really need 61cm space around all 4 sides to build?

I was hoping to get it close to the fence on 2 sides, leaving just enough room to squeeze behind when building it if needed. Or can you assemble from inside?
I am in the market for a shed. I saw a couple of plastic ones and they looked very 'plastic'. I prefer the look of wood and this one seems to focus upon this aspect. Can I ask for those that have actually seen this particular shed: does it look very plastic or could it pass for wood ??
Good i will wait for someone to buy this and put back on ebay in few months time without opening the box
Mini2028430/03/2020 16:35

@ncd any tips for assembly or anyone else who has one?I didn't order it …@ncd any tips for assembly or anyone else who has one?I didn't order it with the installation as thought I might have several days on my hands...


Heated OP
YouTube video here for the smaller 7*7 version:
Mini2028430/03/2020 16:35

@ncd any tips for assembly or anyone else who has one?I didn't order it …@ncd any tips for assembly or anyone else who has one?I didn't order it with the installation as thought I might have several days on my hands...


To be honest the best advice I can give is unpack it and make sure you have every part. You don't want to be half way through to find you have a part missing. Also take your time and have a an electric screwdriver/low power cordless drill will help.
LankyChris30/03/2020 16:45

Anyone who's built one: do you really need 61cm space around all 4 sides …Anyone who's built one: do you really need 61cm space around all 4 sides to build?I was hoping to get it close to the fence on 2 sides, leaving just enough room to squeeze behind when building it if needed. Or can you assemble from inside?


I would definitely want to know the answer to this as won't have 61cm all around as it will be pushed back in the corner space I have...
LankyChris30/03/2020 16:45

Anyone who's built one: do you really need 61cm space around all 4 sides …Anyone who's built one: do you really need 61cm space around all 4 sides to build?I was hoping to get it close to the fence on 2 sides, leaving just enough room to squeeze behind when building it if needed. Or can you assemble from inside?


You will need space around it for installing the roof. Well I did for mine.
LankyChris30/03/2020 16:45

Anyone who's built one: do you really need 61cm space around all 4 sides …Anyone who's built one: do you really need 61cm space around all 4 sides to build?I was hoping to get it close to the fence on 2 sides, leaving just enough room to squeeze behind when building it if needed. Or can you assemble from inside?


@LankyChris most of it is built from the inside. For the roof you do need a little space but not 67cm. I built mine in the corner of the garden with enough space to squeeze in and then pushed it close to the fence once completed.
Edited by: "azstar" 30th Mar
ncd30/03/2020 16:59

You will need space around it for installing the roof. Well I did for mine.


Is there any other way around this?
Mini2028430/03/2020 17:00

Is there any other way around this?


Dangle from a crane?

To be honest I don't know, I had space around mine then moved it in to place.
LankyChris30/03/2020 16:45

Anyone who's built one: do you really need 61cm space around all 4 sides …Anyone who's built one: do you really need 61cm space around all 4 sides to build?I was hoping to get it close to the fence on 2 sides, leaving just enough room to squeeze behind when building it if needed. Or can you assemble from inside?


We wanted to do the same but you need to be able to get around the structure once its built to put the final sets of screws in.. they attach the base to the walls and as they are at the very bottom it was a bit of a struggle squishing behind it and leaving room for a drill to screw them in so we left one corner without any.. We put the 9x7 up last week, 2 of us in about 6 hours and its fairly straight forward but you need to assemble it from outside and inside
arthurplank30/03/2020 16:12

Hmm, this,or …Hmm, this,or this…https://www.johnlewis.com/farmer's-cottage-grande-deluxe-garden-summerhouse-pod/p3411035


If your a farmer put the new Range Rover on hold,and go for it.To me it looks just like a posh Zorbing orb.Stick with the C19 hub !!
It looks big enough to accommodate a lay-z-spa.
Wonder how many it could sleep, handy to know for any landlords with garden space, for future use?
Chris.Type.R30/03/2020 18:14

It looks big enough to accommodate a lay-z-spa.


living the high life in a plastic shed sitting in a lazyspa drinking Carling lol
phatbhoy30/03/2020 18:27

living the high life in a plastic shed sitting in a lazyspa drinking …living the high life in a plastic shed sitting in a lazyspa drinking Carling lol


Living the dream
Keter stuff is normally terrible cheap quality plastic. Everything I've bought of theirs has arrived broken - expect to need replacement parts, and expect those replacement parts to break aswell. I've not seen this shed, but the plastic Keter use on their other products breaks easily and also bends with hardly any force. I have to keep heavy weights permanently on my Keter Midi shed as the lid won't even close due it twisting out of shape and bending upwards at the corners on it's own. It was doing that from new. The lock doesn't line up on mine either. Several of the pieces broke with hardly any force when assembling and others couldn't even handle normal transit in the box. This looks nice in the marketing pics, but reading the description it's plastic like all their other stuff and for the kind of price they are charging for this thing, I wouldn't go near it.
don't bother with these. Purchased last year, paid the extra to have it 'professionally fitted'

Took my fence out as well.


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As mentioned you need a very level solid base for these.
amoulden30/03/2020 18:59

As mentioned you need a very level solid base for these.


Yep, and around 900kg inside it. Still didn't help
Zain30/03/2020 18:56

don't bother with these. Purchased last year, paid the extra to have it …don't bother with these. Purchased last year, paid the extra to have it 'professionally fitted' Took my fence out as well. [Image] [Image]


Was yours the Oakland or the Artisan? I'm wondering if they are any different...
oakland. Both are vulnerable (and not covered) to the elements
Are these sweaty like metal ones?
No
Lollypopz30/03/2020 17:08

We wanted to do the same but you need to be able to get around the …We wanted to do the same but you need to be able to get around the structure once its built to put the final sets of screws in.. they attach the base to the walls and as they are at the very bottom it was a bit of a struggle squishing behind it and leaving room for a drill to screw them in so we left one corner without any.. We put the 9x7 up last week, 2 of us in about 6 hours and its fairly straight forward but you need to assemble it from outside and inside


You can't do them as you go? They have to be done art the end?

How much did you pay for the 9x7 and where from? That's the one I've been after but at this price I'm considering making space for this one, although may have to get rid of a tree!
LankyChris30/03/2020 20:16

You can't do them as you go? They have to be done art the end?How much did …You can't do them as you go? They have to be done art the end?How much did you pay for the 9x7 and where from? That's the one I've been after but at this price I'm considering making space for this one, although may have to get rid of a tree!


Paid £899 for the 9x7 from Costco but didn’t have the space to go bigger due to a tree I suggested doing the uprights in the corner that would become inaccessible first, but until all the walls/roof were on it wasn’t fully aligned. It’s big but would have gone bigger if had the space - it’s now a quarantine pod/gym. Just waiting on the rowing machine to arrive from Costco 💪🏻
azstar30/03/2020 16:01

It was this price in back in December. I purchased from Costco, good …It was this price in back in December. I purchased from Costco, good delivery service. I constructed most of it in 1 day on my own, you could finish it in a day with 2 people. It's a very nice shed, I can highly recommend it. Important that you have a solid and level base to build on or this won't go together very easily.


If you can afford to spend this on a shed, why didn't you get Jeeves the butler to put it up for you? Pip pip.
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