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Keter Darwin 6x4 Tongue & groove Composite Shed
The Darwin plastic 6x4 shed is ideal for storing garden tools and equipment and it is a great size for narrow spaces.
- Assembly required
- 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.
- Fittings & fixings included
- Floor included
Features and benefits
The evolutionary Darwin shed is the perfect design if you want the look and feel of wood with all of the benefits and ease of plastic.
- Constructed from Evotech™ composite, a new & advanced composite technology that ensures a weather resistant and maintenance free shed that’s built to last
- Lock hasp & lockable handle ensure your belongings will stay safe season after season (Lock sold separately)
- Features an elegant, fade-free natural wood look
- Double wall construction for added durability
- The fixed window allows natural light in
- Built in ventilation for ample airflow
|Cladding type||Tongue & groove|
|Floor supplied||Floor included|
Does the job!
margolemon - 10 days ago
Quite happy with the overall look of this shed. It is a bit flimsy and some bits don’t fit correctly, but it is quite easy to built.
I did it on my own and it took me about 2.5 hours, my advice is to screw the pannels as you start putting them up, not when they’re all in. Saves some time and makes it a bit sturdier!
Solid Shed, very easy to build
phudson4 - 15 days ago
This shed looks really smart in the garden, I love how it is maintenance free and has plenty of room for what we need to put in it.
Delivery was fast, took me and my daughter (13) a couple of hours to build. I'm no DIY expert I only picked up a drill for the first time in about a month ago.
Only things I can say to look out for would be when fitting the door I had to drill larger holes into the metal frame as the screws didn't fit and the plastic edging around the door frame is very fragile and even with light tapping from my mallet 1 corner broke off and one corner cracked. It's not noticeable thankfully.
All round great Shed and easy to assemble.
Adsassin - 22 days ago
Easy to install I made mine on my decking so it was level & flat then two of us lifted it into the site position. Follow the instructions they are fool proof, everything lined up with no extra drilling. I made mine on my own took about an hour & a half. Good solid & rigid when completed would definitely recommend. The door handle is it’s only down fall metal lever which is stiff & has a bit of play in the closed position, should of just had a padbolt.
Poor Quality Product
AJP 1 - 1 month ago
I'm a builder and have installed many sheds so I have an idea for what I'm talking about.
This is without doubt the worst shed I have ever worked on. A customer purchased this and I installed it today. The design is poor but the materials are even worse. It is incredibly lightweight and flimsy and even after it was fully completed it was still swaying in the breeze. I wouldn't put money on it staying up in a storm. I was embarrassed to take the customers money but he insisted. I checked online and was astounded by the price of it. It's not even worth a fraction of it. My recommendation is to buy yourself a wooden one and pay someone to treat it every few years.
Jay2101 - 1 month ago
I was sceptical of a composite shed, but it really is quite smart and solid. Take you're time, and make sure you ensure the panels are level at the top whilst screwing them and it goes together perfect. Definately recommend!