Keter plastic sheds/storage

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  1. Val..

    Val.. Confessed snail lover

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    Anyone got one of these?
     
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    We're greedy, Val..we've got two:heehee: Needed storage for all our furniture when we first moved over, as we were living in a mobile home for 18 months.
    OH had vouchers to use up in B&Q so we decided to get a couple of sheds which could be re-used for the garden afterwards.
    They were and are brilliant as long as you have a solid base to put them on, because their integral plastic base is full of holes! You also need to devise a way of hanging stuff from shelving as you can't screw hooks into the sides.
    We dismantled ours when we moved into the house and re-assembled them one in front of the other to make one big shed. Eight years on, the roof is a little bit leaky but that might be where they're joined. They've stood up to several tempests, -17C and +42C without any problems:thumbsup:
     
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      Handy sheds to have as long as you don't get a lot of gale force winds otherwise it takes off:heehee:
       
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        Not if they've an integral base and they're jam-packed full of heavy stuff, Autumn bliss;)
         
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          Not got one but will be looking at the deck boxes/woodland stores once I have my new patios done and the greenhouse (which is just used for storage) is gone. I'll be getting mine from Costco (they are sometimes cheaper in store than on the website).
           
        • Val..

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          That's what I'm interested in as well, no slapping on preservative every year!!!
           
        • Kandy

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          The price put me off having one:snork:
           
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