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

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Posted 17th Apr

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Got one do these last time they went on sale at Costco.
Really happy with it, delivered by Panther Group within 5 days of Ordering and they brought everything into garden for us.

It’s sturdy, really well sized and easy to clean.

The Keter Factor 8ft x 11ft Shed is ideal for your general garden storage requirements. This sturdy shed features wide double-entry doors and a heavy duty floor for easy access and storage of large items whilst keeping out the rain. The fixed side window and a roof skylight provide additional natural light, whilst the two integral shelves offer plenty of storage space. The lockable hasp ensures that your contents are kept safe and secure.

The shed is constructed from durable and robust polypropylene with steel reinforcement. The wood effect finish is UV stabilised for fade resistance, and the shed is virtually maintenance free, simply requiring an occasional wash to stay looking clean.

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
  • External Dimensions: H 243 x W 256.5 x D 331.5 cm (*Including the overhang of the eaves)
  • Internal Dimensions: H 238.5 x W 236.5 x D 311.5 cm
  • 10 year manufacturer’s warranty
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I bought this last time it was on offer. Great shed with lots of space. Took about 5 hours to put up with 2 people. I really only needed another person for the roof. I built a concrete base for it to sit in. Slightly larger than the shed. I’d def buy it again.


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Edited by: "ministrymason" 17th Apr
Great for the mother in law, totally fed up with this lock down. Actually mother in law can stay in the house with wife and kids, I'll move out...
Edited by: "Bal00chi" 17th Apr
Why are these things so expensive?

They are just made of moulded plastic arent they?
I have owned 12 Keter sheds since 2010 and I currently have 3 of these and 3 of the 6 x 8 ones. Have sold the others. I've had all of these since 2010 and they are simply brilliant. Of course, I bought all 12 of my sheds at amazing prices (some just simple price glitches/mistakes but were still honoured) and 3 or 4 from Costco.

You can easily build these yourself, but will probably need help with the roof - I've always had to have help with the roof on all 12 Keter sheds I've owned, but the rest you can do yourself, though make sure you do so on a non-windy day as you have to leave some uprights standing on their own for a few seconds (maybe half a minute) and any wind will take them out and possibly break the screw fittings holding them in place.

I put these up in 1 hour, but I had done quite a few before so didn't have to read the instructions. This will come in 2 or 3 HEAVY boxes so you will need help moving them and you may need to do so immediately as the driver will likely leave them as near as possible to their van.

Well worth the money - the first 3 6x6 ones that I bought in 2010 (£80/£100 each from B&Q on clearance, featured on HUKD!) I sold one by one in the last 3 years for £290, £305 and £315 to upgrade to the 6x8 ones that were actually cheaper from Tesco sale/clearance than what I sold the old 6x6 ones for! All of these 6x6 ones were second hand of course, but still in such good shape after 7/8/9 years they were still worth good money.

They are very well made and I've never had any parts missing, but I have had some small damage on some parts (doors and couple of upright sections) which probably happened in transit but Keter replaced free of charge.

I had one of the 8x6 ones I didn't open and put together for over a year. Found damaged uprights so phoned Keter (over a year after I bought it) and again, replaced free no questions asked.

One ESSENTIAL piece of advice - you MUST have a LEVEL base. These things rely on the principle of having a almost perfectly level base. Yes a little fluctuation is probably going to be ok, but NOT MUCH! I probably have more experience with these sheds than any other member of HUKD so know what I'm talking about from experience. These rely on a level base as the tolerance for putting it all together is very small i.e., it relies on very close fitting parts and although it will give here and there (it's plastic!), stress put on the individual parts and connections will fail and crack/break, not to mention let in water.

Only today, my son dropped our Keter patio rattan sofa trying to move it.

He smashed the front leg off of the sofa. Happy, I was not. So I phoned Keter and they have ordered a whole new right hand side section but could take a month or two to get it as they are made in Israel and with the current situation everything is being held up. In the meantime though, they are going to send out the same piece but in a different colour as they have that in their warehouse, but not one for my colour. As the lady said, at least that way we can still use the sofa until the correct colour piece is received. Again, all free of charge!

Keter customer service is very, very good - most companies would charge you for these things, even if only for the postage, so 10/10 for them.

Do it - buy one (or 12?) - YOU WON'T REGRET IT!!!
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Looks great. Is the offer available both in store and online?

Also any recommendations for a shed base please?
Edited by: "kyeung" 17th Apr
Are the doors robust? Could they be sprung open easily,prefer to have a wood and felt free shed but I can't see plastic being so robust, any thoughts welcome.
Edited by: "TecspecEngineer" 17th Apr
TecspecEngineer17/04/2020 00:29

Are the doors robust? Could they be sprung open easily,prefer to have a …Are the doors robust? Could they be sprung open easily,prefer to have a wood and felt free shed but I can't see plastic being so robust, any thoughts welcome.


Regarding a base, we made an 8 x 11 cement foundation and then put the included floor on that. Has worked a charm and because it was properly level, made it a lot easier to build. The floor that comes with it is very robust but we have a chest freezer in there so put down some Lino on top.

The doors are good quality and have safety locks on the inside to stop them swinging open and A turn lock on the front that can be padlocked. The whole thing is very very solid. It came in two boxes and the total weight was well over 150kg so make sure they deliver it where you intend to build it.
Better than London rental places.
I'd live in that looks nice
Great for the mother in law, totally fed up with this lock down. Actually mother in law can stay in the house with wife and kids, I'll move out...
Edited by: "Bal00chi" 17th Apr
navisoul0217/04/2020 00:39

Better than London rental places.


Yes it looks like you could get away with a mezzanine floor and board the loft out...
Bal00chi17/04/2020 00:44

Great for the mother in law, totally fed up with this lock down. Actually …Great for the mother in law, totally fed up with this lock down. Actually mother in law can stay in the house wife and kids, I'll move out...


Hahahaha
Any sign of the Oakland range also on offer?
I built this last week, fantastic shed. I had to build it on my own due to the lockdown but could have done with an extra pair of hands doing the roof.
I got 1 of these recent winds took booth doors and a front panel also damaged side of shed too
Took me missions to build . I want to upgrade my shed I don’t like the colour . Are there any diy folk that you can hire to build
wakkaday17/04/2020 08:00

Took me missions to build . I want to upgrade my shed I don’t like the c …Took me missions to build . I want to upgrade my shed I don’t like the colour . Are there any diy folk that you can hire to build


You can choose an installation service at checkout with this but I doubt they will turn up to do it during the current situation.
kyeung17/04/2020 00:22

Looks great. Is the offer available both in store and online?Also any …Looks great. Is the offer available both in store and online?Also any recommendations for a shed base please?


Ecobase Fastfit, used 2 for different sheds, they aren't cheap but give a good result.
Need to wait for the recycling center to open to be able to get rid of my old shed first :-(
I bought this last time it was on offer. Great shed with lots of space. Took about 5 hours to put up with 2 people. I really only needed another person for the roof. I built a concrete base for it to sit in. Slightly larger than the shed. I’d def buy it again.


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Edited by: "ministrymason" 17th Apr
Good sheds, have one myself. A timber shed would need to be shiplap and pressure treated to be as durable.
Is it just this size that's going to be on offer next week? Looking for a new shed, but this is a bit big for my postage stamp garden!
Great shed, I live on the West Coast of Scotland and it’s taken a battering. Just make sure the base is level.
Bought about 3 years ago for a little more than this from Costco. Just wanted to say it is great, great size stores so much inside, lots of natural light from the clear panel at the top which is out of sight. Easy to maintain and looks great in our garden.
Took about 7 hour to build with help in parts from another person, would be quicker with two people from the start.
Why are these things so expensive?

They are just made of moulded plastic arent they?
Looks great. I have a very bad experience with this particular model as one of my friends bought this and struggled to keep it in place from blowing away om any strong wind of Glasgow. After a lot of phone calls and emails, the company reluctantly took it back. They found very flimsy and ill made with the slots are not fitting in correctly. Lots of wobbly joints. I am not sure if it was a manufacturing defect with that particular batch. Beware!
Damn.... I'm limited to a width of 2.1 metres otherwise this would have been perfect
Can you get this deal if you buy the £15 membership?
We replaced the old wooden shed with the 8x6 version from Amazon around 5 years ago. Had my doubts about the integrity of the shed while erecting it, but once it was full with an old set of drawers, mower, garden furniture etc and some racking my doubts went away due to the weight.

Have to say this was erected on a flat, concrete base. So far this has stood up the the weather and over the years and has remained water tight.

Also minimal upkeep compared to a wooden shed that needs treating.

Hope this helps.
Edited by: "FireKracker" 17th Apr
Katie_Cherry17/04/2020 11:06

Can you get this deal if you buy the £15 membership?


Yes you can as it adds to my basket.40441270-Q3nFk.jpg
taiko17/04/2020 11:59

Yes you can as it adds to my basket.[Image]


Brilliant thanks
Porridgewog17/04/2020 09:44

Great shed, I live on the West Coast of Scotland and it’s taken a b …Great shed, I live on the West Coast of Scotland and it’s taken a battering. Just make sure the base is level.


I'm in ayrshire myself, how strong are the sides etc? Is it solid enough also is the roof plastic as well? Thanks.
If you build it on a solid flat foundation, you will have no issues with wind. Even though it is plastic, it is heavy and sturdy. The roof is plastic with a metal frame that the panels fit onto.
DomBhoy1017/04/2020 13:02

I'm in ayrshire myself, how strong are the sides etc? Is it solid enough …I'm in ayrshire myself, how strong are the sides etc? Is it solid enough also is the roof plastic as well? Thanks.

DomBhoy1017/04/2020 13:02

I'm in ayrshire myself, how strong are the sides etc? Is it solid enough …I'm in ayrshire myself, how strong are the sides etc? Is it solid enough also is the roof plastic as well? Thanks.


Once the roof is on it’s pretty ridged. All the parts are light enough but also surprisingly solid once put together.
Our Keter shed slightly smaller can't remember exact size is 10 years old this month.
Zero maintenance done to it still standing and watertight superb buy.
Edited by: "SilverBlack" 17th Apr
Can these be painted?
I have owned 12 Keter sheds since 2010 and I currently have 3 of these and 3 of the 6 x 8 ones. Have sold the others. I've had all of these since 2010 and they are simply brilliant. Of course, I bought all 12 of my sheds at amazing prices (some just simple price glitches/mistakes but were still honoured) and 3 or 4 from Costco.

You can easily build these yourself, but will probably need help with the roof - I've always had to have help with the roof on all 12 Keter sheds I've owned, but the rest you can do yourself, though make sure you do so on a non-windy day as you have to leave some uprights standing on their own for a few seconds (maybe half a minute) and any wind will take them out and possibly break the screw fittings holding them in place.

I put these up in 1 hour, but I had done quite a few before so didn't have to read the instructions. This will come in 2 or 3 HEAVY boxes so you will need help moving them and you may need to do so immediately as the driver will likely leave them as near as possible to their van.

Well worth the money - the first 3 6x6 ones that I bought in 2010 (£80/£100 each from B&Q on clearance, featured on HUKD!) I sold one by one in the last 3 years for £290, £305 and £315 to upgrade to the 6x8 ones that were actually cheaper from Tesco sale/clearance than what I sold the old 6x6 ones for! All of these 6x6 ones were second hand of course, but still in such good shape after 7/8/9 years they were still worth good money.

They are very well made and I've never had any parts missing, but I have had some small damage on some parts (doors and couple of upright sections) which probably happened in transit but Keter replaced free of charge.

I had one of the 8x6 ones I didn't open and put together for over a year. Found damaged uprights so phoned Keter (over a year after I bought it) and again, replaced free no questions asked.

One ESSENTIAL piece of advice - you MUST have a LEVEL base. These things rely on the principle of having a almost perfectly level base. Yes a little fluctuation is probably going to be ok, but NOT MUCH! I probably have more experience with these sheds than any other member of HUKD so know what I'm talking about from experience. These rely on a level base as the tolerance for putting it all together is very small i.e., it relies on very close fitting parts and although it will give here and there (it's plastic!), stress put on the individual parts and connections will fail and crack/break, not to mention let in water.

Only today, my son dropped our Keter patio rattan sofa trying to move it.

He smashed the front leg off of the sofa. Happy, I was not. So I phoned Keter and they have ordered a whole new right hand side section but could take a month or two to get it as they are made in Israel and with the current situation everything is being held up. In the meantime though, they are going to send out the same piece but in a different colour as they have that in their warehouse, but not one for my colour. As the lady said, at least that way we can still use the sofa until the correct colour piece is received. Again, all free of charge!

Keter customer service is very, very good - most companies would charge you for these things, even if only for the postage, so 10/10 for them.

Do it - buy one (or 12?) - YOU WON'T REGRET IT!!!
Phila417/04/2020 17:15

I have owned 12 Keter sheds since 2010 and I currently have 3 of these and …I have owned 12 Keter sheds since 2010 and I currently have 3 of these and 3 of the 6 x 8 ones. Have sold the others. I've had all of these since 2010 and they are simply brilliant. Of course, I bought all 12 of my sheds at amazing prices (some just simple price glitches/mistakes but were still honoured) and 3 or 4 from Costco.You can easily build these yourself, but will probably need help with the roof - I've always had to have help with the roof on all 12 Keter sheds I've owned, but the rest you can do yourself, though make sure you do so on a non-windy day as you have to leave some uprights standing on their own for a few seconds (maybe half a minute) and any wind will take them out and possibly break the screw fittings holding them in place.I put these up in 1 hour, but I had done quite a few before so didn't have to read the instructions. This will come in 2 or 3 HEAVY boxes so you will need help moving them and you may need to do so immediately as the driver will likely leave them as near as possible to their van.Well worth the money - the first 3 6x6 ones that I bought in 2010 (£80/£100 each from B&Q on clearance, featured on HUKD!) I sold one by one in the last 3 years for £290, £305 and £315 to upgrade to the 6x8 ones that were actually cheaper from Tesco sale/clearance than what I sold the old 6x6 ones for! All of these 6x6 ones were second hand of course, but still in such good shape after 7/8/9 years they were still worth good money.They are very well made and I've never had any parts missing, but I have had some small damage on some parts (doors and couple of upright sections) which probably happened in transit but Keter replaced free of charge.I had one of the 8x6 ones I didn't open and put together for over a year. Found damaged uprights so phoned Keter (over a year after I bought it) and again, replaced free no questions asked.One ESSENTIAL piece of advice - you MUST have a LEVEL base. These things rely on the principle of having a almost perfectly level base. Yes a little fluctuation is probably going to be ok, but NOT MUCH! I probably have more experience with these sheds than any other member of HUKD so know what I'm talking about from experience. These rely on a level base as the tolerance for putting it all together is very small i.e., it relies on very close fitting parts and although it will give here and there (it's plastic!), stress put on the individual parts and connections will fail and crack/break, not to mention let in water.Only today, my son dropped our Keter patio rattan sofa trying to move it. He smashed the front leg off of the sofa. Happy, I was not. So I phoned Keter and they have ordered a whole new right hand side section but could take a month or two to get it as they are made in Israel and with the current situation everything is being held up. In the meantime though, they are going to send out the same piece but in a different colour as they have that in their warehouse, but not one for my colour. As the lady said, at least that way we can still use the sofa until the correct colour piece is received. Again, all free of charge!Keter customer service is very, very good - most companies would charge you for these things, even if only for the postage, so 10/10 for them.Do it - buy one (or 12?) - YOU WON'T REGRET IT!!!



You appear to know your sheds!!! would you say this is as good as the Keter Artisan 11ft x 7ft that was on offer from Costco for £899 recently? this is is slightly bigger and is £200 cheaper, so appears a better deal for a garden shed:

hotukdeals.com/dea…733


I am looking to buy a shed for the bottom of my garden, which has pea gravel type stone in a large 7m*5m area, I was thinking of buying some plain flagstones and just putting it on that to level it? the garden does slope slightly, so was going to build on my flat patio then move it down to the end of the garden onto the flag stones, does that sound feasible? I really don't want to be messing with concrete base etc.
Edited by: "ecnirp98" 17th Apr
Bought this very shed from Costco 2 years ago at this very price... Excellent. Built a proper concrete base, build the shed alone, 8 hours but needed a hand sliding the roof on. Preferably a 2 man job. Put a plywood floor on top of the plastic floor. Liked it so much I bought another smaller shed last year. No more rotting roofs, weatherboarding, creosoting etc etc etc.
40445833-KOjUT.jpgI don’t see it as a good price as I recently purchased 2 sheds from Costco at a cost of £700 each and the size is 8ft x13ft
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ecnirp9817/04/2020 17:36

You appear to know your sheds!!! would you say this is as good as the …You appear to know your sheds!!! would you say this is as good as the Keter Artisan 11ft x 7ft that was on offer from Costco for £899 recently? this is is slightly bigger and is £200 cheaper, so appears a better deal for a garden shed:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/keter-artisan-shed-11ftx7ft-at-899-delivered-costco-online-3430733I am looking to buy a shed for the bottom of my garden, which has pea gravel type stone in a large 7m*5m area, I was thinking of buying some plain flagstones and just putting it on that to level it? the garden does slope slightly, so was going to build on my flat patio then move it down to the end of the garden onto the flag stones, does that sound feasible? I really don't want to be messing with concrete base etc.


What ever you plan to do.... If its not perfectly flat not only will the shed buckle you'll have great difficulty opening/closing the doors. I put my smaller one onto 3x2 slabs but took my time and made a good job.
Edited by: "goombahxxx" 17th Apr
Quality isn't great on these especially not at this price. Blooma is made alot better and alot sturdier
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