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Keter Factor 6x6 Apex Plastic Shed
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This Factor 6x6 apex Resin (plastic) & steel shed is ideal for storing garden tools, equipment, furniture and sundries, and using as a potting shed.
- Assembly required
- We recommend that sheds are sited on pre-laid, level, solid and dry ground, with a foundation of either a wooden shed base, concrete or paving to give a stable and even footing for your shed to sit on.
- Only fittings included
- Comes with Shed floor, two shelves with brackets & padlock hasp (lock sold separately)
- Ideal for storing garden tools, equipment, furniture and sundries, and using as a potting shed.
- Floor included
Features and benefits
The factor 6 x 6 is a shed designed to provide plenty of storage while also providing plenty of style with its attractive wood-like texture. This shed has a durable weather-resistant build with steel reinforcement, a heavy-duty floor for storing heaving items and high arched double doors that will let you move things in and out with ease. It also come with a built-in window and skylight for plenty of natural light and two shelves.
- UV-stabilised for fade-resistance
- Comes with 1 styrene window
- A rotating hasp door closure is included to keep your possessions secure
- This shed is supplied flat packed with comprehensive fitting instructions and fixings provided - 2 people are required to build this shed
- We recommend that sheds are sited on pre-laid, level, solid and dry ground, with a foundation of either a wooden shed base, concrete or paving to give a stable and even footing for your shed to sit on
- Integral skylight for added internal illumination
- Pre-marked locations to screw building into a fixed location on concrete (floor screws not included)
- The dimensions given refer to the external dimensions of the product unless otherwise stated
|Base included||Base not included|
|Floor supplied||Floor included|
|Number of fixed windows||1|
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Looks great, feels robust, relatively easy build
richieb34 - 5 months ago
I think the shed looks great in my garden and it feels robust/good quality (although of course time will tell!). It was pretty easy to build although does need 2 people- only gripe is that we had to redrill some holes as not quite big enough or in correct position. What’s more it isn’t too heavy so could slide it into final position after assembly. Overall very happy and would recommend!
Overall a good buy but with some issues
Audiodiplomat - 2 years ago
My electrician handyman built it as he was to install power and a light fitting, as I anticipated the ambient light would be quite poor, especially in winter. There was no fitting in "2-3 hours" due to this aspect, but there were big time consuming problems with a stable and level base. This had been installed last year in preparation by other builders and there was a cracked slab on sand due to the slightly shifting platform. This needs to be dead level so as not to cause wall flexure and door sticking. OK, not the fault per se of the shed, but you should be aware of slight panel instability and sticking issues for the future. The doors did cause problems as the right side had a built-in "banana bowing", so it couldn't casually be shut tight, and needs a deliberate push top and bottom to close it properly. I then noticed there's no door-shut lateral batten on the top which potentially means possible rain ingress, although there was no leakage after torrrential rain which struck within a day. Other minor negatives - the floor creaks in places, and the 2 shelves won't hold much at all, but are a useful add-on I suppose. Taken as a whole, the shed is a nice design, easy on the eye, and is more spacious than I envisaged, and will benefit from a couple of those knock-together storage racks. The major plus is no future maintenance - except that base levelling aspect, once the sand washes away under the slabs....
autopete - 3 years ago
very easy to erect' only took two hours on my own.
Easy to assemble
Autopete - 3 years ago
It was so easy to assemble i did it myself in three hours, no more using wood perservers just hose it down and job done.
Good design.....but shame about the roof !
SteveM65 - 3 years ago
I recently purchased the 6 x 6 apex shed for my daughter's back garden. The build instructions were fairly easy to follow. The floor, wall and door panels were sturdy and the locking mechanisms well designed and easy to fit. However, I was very surprised at how flimsy the 2 roof sections were. I can only describe them as plastic wafers - each constructed from 2 thin sheets of plastic joined by plastic ribs and with two aluminium angle rods inserted across the width to provide some rigidity. Each roof section is inserted into the central beam across the apex of the shed and should lie snug inside the roof supports on top of the side walls. They are then fixed in place by inserting the provided screws from underneath, through pre-drilled holes in the roof supports. The attachment is therefore only through the bottom layer of the 'wafer' to prevent the points of the screws showing above the roof line. The second problem is that the edges of the wafer are open and give a slight corrugated appearance along their length and ends, exposing the inside of the wafer above the roof line. The inevitable happened on the first night when one of the roof panels was blown off into a neighbour's garden. We managed to recover this and re-attach it using nuts & bolts in place of the screws. We repeated this on the other roof panel. It kind of spoils the appearance of the shed but I think the shed will blow away before the roof comes off again. The designs of both the roof panels and method of attachment are very poor in my view for a shed costing the best part of £500 and they let down the overall quality of the product.