7x7 Oakland Apex roof Plastic Shed
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This Keter 7x7 apex double wall resin polypropylene, with steel reinforcement shed is ideal for storing garden tools and equipment, including ride-on mowers, furniture, outdoor sundries and more.
- Double Doors
- Comes with - Heavy duty floor and Fixings supplied
- 10 years Limited manufacturer's warranty
Features and Benefits
The Oakland 757 shed is supremely durable yet stylish. It has a weather-resistant double wall build with steel reinforcement, a heavy-duty floor for storing even major items, and a robust ceiling that supports heavy loads of snow. Design-wise, it features paintable walls, a Victorian-style window, a skylight, and double doors, all in an attractive rustic chic style with a weathered wooden texture.
- Unique wood-look texture and feel to enhance your garden
- Can be painted to add a splash of colour to your garden
- Thick and durable double-wall design, with steel reinforcement for added strength
- Virtually maintenance and fade-free - just an occasional wash required to keep looking good in your garden
- Padlock facility (lock not included) for security
- The dimensions given refer to the external dimensions of the product unless otherwise stated
|Number of doors||2|
|Number of fixed windows||1|
|Roof Design||Apex roof|
tommy 2 - 6 months ago
assembled it on 4.5.19. Found a cracked panel bottom inside right. Reason I continued was. Difficult to stop because I had no idea when or how I could get a replacement & the need to pay my installer . Reviews suggested Keter customer care on issues was poor. At B&Q today it was suggested to contact Keter.
Ase1 - 1 year ago
Had this shed now for 2 years its been great, even after an attempted break in. The only damage done was the window got damaged. I'm finding it hard to locate how I can purchase a spare window replacement as its now all taped up to keep the weather out.
Any help would be greatly received.
Easy to erect
Nosha - 1 year ago
Started when I got home and finished the next morning on my own with just a screwdriver and a small set of steps.
The only tricky bit is setting the doors to fit. I used a small ratchet strap diagonal across the door way... perhaps my base wasn’t quite level? But once set it’s never moved!
Looking to buy a second one!!