Keter Factor 8ft 5" x 11ft Shed (2.6 x 3.3m) £699.99 @ Costco
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Keter Factor 8ft 5" x 11ft Shed (2.6 x 3.3m) £699.99 @ Costco

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Found 8th Jun 2016
This is £850 - £900 elsewhere.

Specification

Wide double entry doors for easy access and storage of larger items
Durable and robust polypropylene construction with steel reinforcement
Heavy duty floor to keep out rain and unwanted pests
2 integral shelves
Wood effect finish for an attractive look in the garden
UV-stabilised for fade-resistance
Padlock hasp so you can keep everything under lock and key (padlock not included)
Assembly required: 2 people, approx. 3-4 hours
Weight: 180 kg
Footprint: W 248 x D 326 cm
External Dimensions: H 243 x W 256.5 x D 331.5 cm
Internal Dimensions: H 238.5 x W 236.5 x D 311.5 cm
10 year manufacturer’s warranty
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great price. thanks.
Thanks, bought for my wife.

She should get a bed in there with a few extra bits.
Need a cheap heater for the winter..........................or a 15 tog duvet.
i got the 6ft version and its a **** to put together but once done, solid!
Got this shed its doddle to put up and a cracking price
Any good deals for a wooden shed? Want to convert it into an outdoor office.
Great shed which I bought the last time it was on offer.....umm I haven't put it up yet though oO
I ordered something similar from Costco a while back and ArrowXL were the courier and absolutely hopeless. After they cancelled the delivery twice and then didn't turn up the third time I cancelled my order, so be prepared for some hassle. Not voted.
Got this shed last year. 2 person job to assemble-caused some arguments but generally instructions are good. Arrow delivered 3 items to us from Costco and have been excellent. Good shed, would recommend to anyone and a good buy at this price. Costco seem to drop the price on this once a year and when they do I've yet to see anyone sell it cheaper. Heat added
These sheds are normally this price on various eBay sellers listings
Is the tractor included? oO
Should be able to get a few immigrants in there.
You know - the ones who are sponging our benefits systems but also taking our jobs. (_;)

Any good deals for a wooden shed? Want to convert it into an outdoor … Any good deals for a wooden shed? Want to convert it into an outdoor office.



I did this a few years ago and went with a "log cabin" from Dunster House. With Insulation (inc roof and floor), Plasterboarding, painting and electrics fitted it came to about £1,500. I did the work myself and I have no building experience. I did the plasterboarding like the Americans. Screwed the boards to battons, and just filled the joins. Then painted the plasterboard. The cabin alone was about £750 I think, and the electrics were £350.

These sheds are normally this price on various eBay sellers listings


No they aren't.
You know you all want to see a bigger version of that "tractor" coming out of the shed X)
http://media.costco.co.uk/medias/sys_master/root/h62/hca/8869788909598.jpg
dewonderful

You know you all want to see a bigger version of that "tractor" coming … You know you all want to see a bigger version of that "tractor" coming out of the shed X)



Well she certainly seems very happy with her purchases.
FatalSaviour

Well she certainly seems very happy with her purchases.


I like how there is dust on the wheels even though she is "driving" on grass. No photoshop here (_;)
Don't these type of sheds tend to "sweat" badly?
Have a couple and they are fine. Don't seem to sweat, slightly when it's maybe heavy snow and really cold but even then it's next to nothing
Had one over 11 years now, wouldn't buy wooden again. I reckon it could easilly last 25 years + .Make sure you have a good base ie flags if possible. I used the area inside just over the door apex to mount some electrics - a double socket and light switch. Much to my frustration, my lad uses the 2 grey doors as a goal posts and it really gets some hammer! Some slight green discolouration on the light sections every 2-3 years, but a quick pressure wash and you are as good as new.

My advice is don't assemble when it's close to (or below!) freezing as the roof clips were a little brittle and I snapped a couple (However Ketter customer services were brilliant and sent out replacements next day).
Edited by: "neilcaldwell" 10th Jun 2016
Just got one thanks. Had an 8ft by 6ft keter at my old house, couldn't fault it.
darthvader666uk

i got the 6ft version and its a **** to put together but once done, solid!



Me too, I agree. Lots of swear words in the building of it. I'd considered buying two, so glad I didn't!
Has this offer finished can't seem to buy one
neilcaldwell

Had one over 11 years now, wouldn't buy wooden again. I reckon it could … Had one over 11 years now, wouldn't buy wooden again. I reckon it could easilly last 25 years + .Make sure you have a good base ie flags if possible. I used the area inside just over the door apex to mount some electrics - a double socket and light switch. Much to my frustration, my lad uses the 2 grey doors as a goal posts and it really gets some hammer! Some slight green discolouration on the light sections every 2-3 years, but a quick pressure wash and you are as good as new.My advice is don't assemble when it's close to (or below!) freezing as the roof clips were a little brittle and I snapped a couple (However Ketter customer services were brilliant and sent out replacements next day).



Would like some advice I've got the 6ft by 4 ft it basically has 4 solid corners and then the side parts are like thin corrugated plastic which slot it but having 4 corners to 3 thinner sides and a door its quite solid. I get the impression the larger they go they just add more thin plastic sides to make it bigger but the ratio of solid to thin plastic is not ideal making it weaker and possibly quite light and a risk in strong wind?
This is back on promo
Rado16v

This is back on promo



+1

Was just about to post it and it referred me to this thread.

One on order now.
is it back on sale?
is it back on sale?
Appears so, and even cheaper this time at £669.99
Rado16v

This is £850 - £900 elsewhere.SpecificationWide double entry doors f … This is £850 - £900 elsewhere.SpecificationWide double entry doors for easy access and storage of larger itemsDurable and robust polypropylene construction with steel reinforcementHeavy duty floor to keep out rain and unwanted pests2 integral shelvesWood effect finish for an attractive look in the gardenUV-stabilised for fade-resistancePadlock hasp so you can keep everything under lock and key (padlock not included)Assembly required: 2 people, approx. 3-4 hoursWeight: 180 kgFootprint: W 248 x D 326 cmExternal Dimensions: H 243 x W 256.5 x D 331.5 cm Internal Dimensions: H 238.5 x W 236.5 x D 311.5 cm 10 year manufacturer’s warranty


Rado16v

Appears so, and even cheaper this time at £669.99


What would you reccomend for putting on grass. What foundation concrete?
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