|Color: Beige||Material: Plastic|
|Shed Type: Garden Shed; Portable Shed; Tool Shed||Lock Included: Yes|
|Roof Style: Flat||Country of Manufacture: Israel|
Quick and Easy Assembly
John from Capistrano Beach, CA– Verified Buyer
Probably the easiest storage item to set up I have found. Everything snaps together and then screwed tight. You need to hold the front doors just like in the illustration to get the hinges to snap into place. Had to drill starter holes for two screws out of about 24 used. This was a very easy assembly.
PERFECT FOR KEEPING SMALL ITEMS STORED CLOSE TO THE HOUSE, AND OUT OF THE ELEMENTS.
ED from OGDEN, UT
IDEAL SIZE FOR STORING SOME OF MY OUTDOOR EQUIPMENT, LIGHT WEIGHT, PROVISIONS FOR ADDING HOME MADE WOODEN SHELVES, HASP (PLASTIC RESIN) TO SECURE BOTH DOORS & LID TOGETHER. EASILY MOVED; WEIGHS LESS THAN 40#.
Ann from Auburn
Ann from Auburn, MA
The shed looks good but was not that easy to assemble. Instructions were clear and easy to follow but some pieces had a hard time fitting together. The door lock doesn't line up well so I'm not sure if I'll be able to lock it. But for the money I spent and the free shipping, I'd still have to say it was a good deal.
storage shed unusual use
Jacqueline from Pleasanton, CA– Verified Buyer
I purchased this shed to use as an outdoor home for a sulcata tortoise. At his current size this shed is the perfect fit. It fits his heater and he can move around easily. The true test will be when the rain starts and if it stays dry inside. We did remove one of the doors to make a custom opening. By doing this when the tortoise outgrows this shed we will be able to use it for other things. This shed has a nice appearance and look good in the yard. The only reason I didn't give five stars is that the top is flimsy and warped in the heat. But a couple of bricks on the corners solved the problem
Fits our needs
Carmen from Royal, AR– Verified Buyer
Having an easement that does not allow permanent sheds to be set up where our large garden area is, this really fits the bill. It is easily moved by one person and has a LOT of space to protect my gardening stuff from rain and the weather. I really like that the roof stays right at the height I open it to and then closes with just one hand.
Handy Storage. Good Value. Easy to use.
Sandra from La Canada-Flintridge, CA– Verified Buyer
I bought this to store a few bales of hay for my alpacas in a paddock distant from the barn. Although a bale would fit snugly, and you could pile 3 bales to reach the top, there really isn't enough room to maneuver the entire bales in and out. So, we load in flakes of hay--it holds about 2 bales, which is fine for our purposes. Stays nice and dry--I put ours on a bed of cinder blocks. Sure beats covering the bales with tarps!
Judy from Chamblee, GA– Verified Buyer
A bit of a challenge to assemble, but once I figured it out, it went together smoothly. A good size for my purpose, storing kids pool toys and outdoor cushions near the pool so we aren't running back and forth constantly to the house or garage. It's inconspicuous, sits in a corner quietly doing its job and offering no distraction from the lovey pool scene. I am well satisfied.
Put together in minutes; things have stayed dry for months.
Andrew from Kirkland, WA– Verified Buyer
This is a perfect fit on our deck and holds our cloth-covered outdoor furniture, like a hammock and other patio items. It was very easy to assemble and all pieces were present. Don't worry if anything is missing or broken in packaging; I've built other products from Keter and they were so helpful when pieces were missing. I felt confident buying Keter this time, too. Looks great.
very nice an user friendly
marty from Barefoot Bay, FL– Verified Buyer
assembled by myself in 20 minutes. parts aligned well. kept under carport on cement drive way so it should hold up well. visually appealing and very functional. pistons hold top up while front doors are open. back is cardboard so be careful not too push tools, etc. too far back. overall very pleased.
Good value but not easy to assemble
John from Houston, TX– Verified Buyer
My wife and I assembled in about one hour using only a Phillips head screwdriver. The instructions were pictures without words, but we finally figured out how to attach pistons to lid.