Keter Factor Outdoor Plastic Garden Storage Shed, 6 x 6 feet - Beige £359.99 @ Amazon Deal of the day
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Keter Factor Outdoor Plastic Garden Storage Shed, 6 x 6 feet - Beige £359.99 @ Amazon Deal of the day

£359.20Amazon Deals
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Found 25th Apr
Seems a decent deal.

Amazon deal of the day so be quick if you're interested!
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Pointless
I waited ages for this and gave up in the end.
Yeah, why?
I ended up with one of these for free and although I would never have bought it prior to owning it I can honestly say it is a good shed.
It has stored a large amount of stuff Inc a 3pc sofa, it looks exactly like it did three years ago, it hasn't leaked, it's bright inside even with the doors shut. I know I could sell it today for a good portion of what they cost new.
All in all if you don't mind the style and colour it's probably worth the extra when compared with a wooden shed especially considering the resale value.
Why not buy a shed? For that money you’d get a bigger size
yespleasesir49 m ago

Why not buy a shed? For that money you’d get a bigger size


Water tight no felting lasts 8 times longer no painting etc
monkey199913 m ago

Water tight no felting lasts 8 times longer no painting etc


Ok. I’m sold . I’ll take a look
I’m waiting for the 6x4 to drop - they aren’t pretty but like others have said low maintenance
monkey19991 h, 25 m ago

Water tight no felting lasts 8 times longer no painting etc


Only downside is it's not easy to put shelves in.
Edited by: "mailmikey" 25th Apr
mailmikey5 m ago

Only downside is it's not easy to put shelves in.


Free standing racking is what I use.
mudds6 m ago

Free standing racking is what I use.


Which is fine but that's extra expense plus if you want the floor space for other large items then rackings limits that. I've had plastic sheds several years and would never go back to wooden sheds but just pointing out the one thing I miss about it which you overlook when you're buying a plastic shed.
I have one of these I got for £100 from B&Q a few years ago. They are rubbish. Any sort of wind at all and the back blows out.
tspill32 m ago

I have one of these I got for £100 from B&Q a few years ago. They are …I have one of these I got for £100 from B&Q a few years ago. They are rubbish. Any sort of wind at all and the back blows out.


You want to build it properly then. I've had 9ne with no problems for 5 years.
Got 2 of these in my garden. Had for about 6 years and they are really good and look as good as new. Good price. Have some heat
You'll regret buying this with the British weather ....
Edited by: "Sharpharp" 25th Apr
Sharpharp10 m ago

You'll regret buying this with the British weather ....


Disagree. Looks like the day we bought it 8 years on. A wood one would have needed painting and have started looking tired/falling to bit by now. These are brilliant in all conditions. Everything is dry and clean inside too.
Thank you! Just got one and added some be at! Got myself 2% cashback too! Cheers OP!
Mine has lasted 15 years and still as good as day one ...
Is this a garage for one of those 'Little Tykes' cars?

Does it have a floor?
Edited by: "Besford" 25th Apr
I have had mine for 3 years

A really good shed, with stands all elements of weather.

Tip. When constructing ensure you have a very level floorplan. The shed comes with a sturdy base floor to construct off and if this does not sit level you will struggle with the inter locking panels not tightly bonded together hence you may have gaps inthe whole construction.
Good post. Always put off plastic as don't think they are quite as secure as wood,surly plastic is cheaper than wood? I guess the 3 pigs story holds up! Wind must be bad to blow the back out ! Parp
For those who owned or owns a plastic shed, do you get condensation issues with these?
kaizhu793 h, 22 m ago

For those who owned or owns a plastic shed, do you get condensation issues …For those who owned or owns a plastic shed, do you get condensation issues with these?


Not at all.
0ddball8025th Apr

You want to build it properly then. I've had 9ne with no problems for 5 …You want to build it properly then. I've had 9ne with no problems for 5 years.


Nothing to do with the way it is built. It is a design flaw the way the back of the shed is made and fits together. It is a fundamental weakness. 10 seconds looking at it would make that clear. Problem is you cant see it when it is all packed up.
tspill25th Apr

I have one of these I got for £100 from B&Q a few years ago. They are …I have one of these I got for £100 from B&Q a few years ago. They are rubbish. Any sort of wind at all and the back blows out.


Put it together properly and it won’t, ameteur diyer if you don’t know what your doing get some one to do it for you.
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