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Keter Manor Pent Outdoor Plastic Garden Storage Shed, Beige, 6 x 4 ft
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- Ideal outdoor storage solution for all garden tools and equipment, BBQ's, bicycles and DIY tools
- Elegant wood affect exterior with single doors, plus ventilation ducts for air circulation
- Floor panel with integral window for natural lighting and padlock hasp for optional added security
- Made out of a durable, maintenance and fade-free weather-resistant plastic
- Assembled external dimensions:183.5 x 111 x 200.5 cm (L x W x H); internal dimensions: 168.5 x 97 x 195 cm (L x W x H)
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Bring organisation and style to the smallest of spaces. The outdoor Keter pent 6 x 4 garden shed is ideal for tight confines or locations where there is an overhang of trees and other foliage. Its single wall extruded panels ensure durability and weather resistance with a design that is virtually maintenance and fade-free. Just an occasional light wash is all that is needed to keep the shed looking like new.
The Pent 6 x 4 comes complete with a floor panel to keep items dry and dirt-free, built-in ventilation and a window for natural light. It also features a robust single door and padlock hasp for security.
The shed's assembled dimensions are (W x D x H) 183.5 x 111 x 200.5 cm (including overhang of eaves). The footprint is (W x D) 175 x 103.4 cm.
The pent 6 x 4 is designed for self-assembly with a limited knowledge of DIY skills. The project requires two people, with standard tools that include screwdrivers and stepladders. Sturdy build and smaller size makes storage convenient.
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The Manor 6 x 4 Pent Shed
Bring organisation and style to the smallest of spaces.The outdoor Keter pent 6 x 4 garden shed is ideal for tight confines or locations where there is an overhang of trees and other foliage. Its single wall extruded panels ensure durability and weather resistance with a design that is virtually maintenance and fade-free. Just an occasional light wash is all that is needed to keep the shed looking like new. The Pent 6 x 4 comes complete with a floor panel to keep items dry and dirt-free, built-in ventilation and a window for natural light. It also features a robust single door and padlock hasp for security. The shed's assembled dimensions are (W x D x H) 183.5 x 111 x 200.5 cm (including overhang of eaves). The footprint is (W x D) 175 x 103.4 cm. The pent 6 x 4 is designed for self-assembly with a limited knowledge of DIY skills. The project requires two people, with standard tools that include screwdrivers and stepladders. Sturdy build and smaller size makes storage convenient.
Lockable option for added security (Lock not included)
Ventilation provides a safe and dry storage environment, while the skylight allows natural light
Floor panel to keep all objects clean and dry
|Manor 4 x 3||Manor Pent 6 x 4||Manor 6 x 5||Manor 6 x 8|
|Material||Double Wall Plastic Design||Double Wall Plastic Design||Double Wall Plastic Design||Double Wall Plastic Design|
|External Dimensions ( L x W x H)||94 x 128 x 196 cm||183.5 x 111 x 200.5 cm||152 x 185 x 226 cm||236.8 x 185.8 x 227 cm|
|Internal Dimensions ( L x W x H)||88 x 111 x 193 cm||168.5 x 97 x 195 cm||138 x 169 x 219 cm||222 x 168.9 x 219.7 cm|
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The shed is smaller than a standard 6 x 4 from well known DIY outlets.
Security wise externally with nothing more than a screw driver you could remove a panel in a matter of minutes but thats kind of irrelevant since you could actually just cut a hole in it with a pocket knife or even just punch through it with not much effort.
I would say you get what you pay for but tbh.... this is far from the case, a wooden shiplap will cost less than this and its ultimately a fully better, easier to assemble and superior product to this by miles. Add a tin of wood seal to a wooden shed every 5 years for 25 years and a wooden shed will undoubtedly outlast this piece of junk as well and still be cheaper.
The only good thing about this product is how quickly I could rip it apart when my wooden shed arrived to replace it 1 day after which was over £100 cheaper than it.
The item was delivered on time. There were no pieces missing and all screws were there. The instructions were easy to follow and the shed was easy to assemble. The only difficult part was the roof! Make sure you charge you electric screw driver before!
The only downside was the flimsy floor. I have had to place plywood on the floor to reinforce it.
Security is an issue with the screws being on the outside especially on the door lock. This could be solved with security screws though.
Generally a very nice looking shed and seems quite solid when built - it should last a while!
I ordered it on Sunday and had a choice of delivery days and times from three days hence. Working full time, I opted for 7-11am Saturday and was impressed to get a telephone call (albeit automated) confirming my delivery on the Friday evening and informing me that I’d receive a phone call one hour before it was delivered. Sure enough, the delivery guy called at 8.30am this morning and by 9.40am it was in my garage waiting to be assembled. The packaging got slightly torn as the guys removed it from the truck, but as I needed to rip it open anyway, I wasn’t too bothered!
I unpacked it all in the garage and spread the various pieces around, putting all the smaller things like screws on the garden table next to the area where I wanted the shed. I then dutifully checked all the pieces were present (they were!) and began building, following the instructions page by page. I’m fairly adept at DIY, and often ignore instructions for things like this, but I’m glad I used them. The only thing I ignored was the ‘two person’ requirement for building... I built it single handed, although there were times when I needed to be a contortionist and so I see why having a second person would be a benefit!
By 1.30pm I’d built my shed. It’s not the strongest thing you’ll ever have, but for what I want it’s perfect. The seals all seem pretty good which was my main concern as I wanted it water right. It’s on a patio base but as they’re no longer completely even, I laid some marine plywood on top to protect the underside of the floor.
The shed footprint is definitely a good few inches smaller all round than my 6ft by 4ft marine ply base, but I was aware of that when I bought it and it still fits in all I need it to. It’s sturdy enough for my needs and whilst it might be screwed from the outside, I defy anyone to unscrew the millions of screws in order to get into it... you’d have to be a determined burglar! I’ve not bothered screwing it to the ground as with all my junk inside it, there’s no likelihood of it moving. It is, however, light enough when empty that if I needed to relocate it then I could and it was certainly helpful being able to slide it around on the ply when I was building it as you need to be able to get all the way round it when you’re putting it up, but I want it right back against a fence.
To conclude, I’d say don’t believe everything you read in the reviews on here. If you want a large, solid, sturdy shed that’s completely vandal proof and going to last forever then this isn’t for you, but if you want something relatively easy to build (I’m a single female after all!) that looks quite smart and fits a fair amount of stuff in (mower, garden tools, two adult bikes, a wheelchair and three gazebos!) then this fits the bill and is very reasonably priced. My advice... go and look in the shops so you know what you’re actually buying then order hassle free from Amazon!
The flat sections - even the floor panel !!! - are made out of very lightweight polycarbonate sheets which will surely crush and/or split if anything is dropped against or onto them. In actual fact several panels already had crushed areas when we opened the outer box (which was intact), but because Amazon delivered this a day late we didn't have any choice but to put up with the damage.
Assembly was difficult even with two able-bodied and competent people. The cutout for the door frame was out of square and the hinges had to be relocated so that the door closed without jamming. The roof was almost impossible to fit without crushing the side walls and the instructions for this were hopelessly inadequate.
The heavy-duty steel padbolt is far too heavy for such a flimsy door, especially when the hinges are of such poor quality.
This shed is extremely poor value for money and I would not recommend it to anyone.
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flimsy floor apart, it is NOT a 6 x 4 shed.
67 x 39 inches!! im surprised KETER get away with it
It’s a bit of a fuss putting it together, 27 pages of instructions! And getting the roof to fit took some time and 2 people.Read more