Keter 17181164 6-foot by 3-foot Apex Storage Shed

June 27, 2013 - Comment

Keter 17181164 Apex 6 by 3-inch Storage Shed is a lovely addition to any garden, with it’s gable roof design and built-in ventilation. Steel-reinforced structure and locking features provide additional security. This maintenance-free shed is ideal for storing long-handle tools, ladders, garden furniture and BBQ equipment. Plastic home storage helps to organize every room of

Keter 17181164 Apex 6 by 3-inch Storage Shed is a lovely addition to any garden, with it’s gable roof design and built-in ventilation. Steel-reinforced structure and locking features provide additional security. This maintenance-free shed is ideal for storing long-handle tools, ladders, garden furniture and BBQ equipment. Plastic home storage helps to organize every room of your house, and Keter has designed plastic storage solutions for storage, laundry, bathrooms, and more. No matter how big or cluttered the room, these plastic home storage products will help you to keep your life tidy and organized. So, when you’re looking for the perfect plastic storage solutions, look no further than Keter for a wide range of home and garden products to suit any space or requirement.

Product Features

  • 70-inch wide by 44-1/2-inch deep footprint
  • 113 cubic feet capacity
  • Includes floor panel
  • Will not rust, dent or peel
  • Includes skylight

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Lord Balto says:

Serviceable Once assembled, this is a nice unit. It’s a bit light weight and moves fairly easily when empty (good for adjusting the position), but with a folded lawn mower and some filled (3rd party) shelves inside it shouldn’t go anywhere in the wind, especially if it’s near a wall or fence. And it looks nice.[Update: This has survived a freak storm from the Midwest that resembled a hurricane and knocked out the power for five days, and it didn’t move an inch.]The problem is in the assembly, which was a royal pain. Though they claim that it can be assembled using just a philips screwdriver, and their video makes it look exceptionally easy, I had to use more than one other tool, and nothing (NOTHING) snapped together the way they claim. The other tools I used were as follows:1) A pair of straight pliers to turn the large plastic thumb screws that you can supposedly turn by hand. Not if you want them to be tight.2) A rubber mallet to seat the side…

Artur Sadowski says:

A pain to put together but great once its done. All the pieces are molded plastic, but the floor in particular had certain grooves that were factory cut but not in a proper fashion, meaning thin pieces of plastic were still connected that should not have been there. It took about an hour for me to figure out that this is what was wrong with setting the walls into the floor.You WILL need straight pliers since the bolts that attach the walls to roof and floor can only be turned so far by hand.You will need a phillips head screwdriver, the length doesnt matter but the four main pieces that attack the main roof beam are heard to reach based on the angle so I used a short screwdriver for those four.All in all this took about four hours with two people. It only weighs 166 lbs so it wasnt hard to assemble it in one area and then move it afterwards.I has a LOT of space inside and the night after I built and filled it there was several hours of heavy rain. The next morning I opened it up and…

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