Keter 211980 Bellevue 8x6 Storage Building
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- 317.79 cubic feet capacity
- Includes floor panel
- Will not rust, dent or peel
- Vent, window and skylight included
- Built in water collection gutter
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Keter 17190650 Bellevue 8 by 6-inch Storage Shed is made strong and tough, but engineered so it's easy to take home. Polypropylene panels and steel reinforced structure help keep possessions dry, safe and secure. Built-in water collection gutter for keeping all of the rainwater (barrel not included). The skylight and window are included to maximize natural light to the inside. Features super ventilation to keep air flow going and pests out. Stylish and elegant design is a great fit in any yard. 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.
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I will reiterate what I've read in various places -- you MUST have a LEVEL base for this shed. If you don't your doors will not line up and you will likely run into problems elsewhere as well. We reused an existing wooden frame base from our previous shed and it required additional leveling.
I had some problems getting the final edge sections of the roof installed (mine were a bit bent in various ways), but everything else went together quite well. It is pretty amazing that a structure that seems so flimsy during construction can end up fairly sturdy, but it does. That doesn't mean that a little extra support wouldn't be welcome. And don't think for a minute that the shed offers any real theft protection -- you could cut through a wall with an exacto knife in about 10 seconds.
My son and I could have completed it in about four hours had we started earlier than 6PM :-(
Word of advice. Do not assemble this thing if there is even the slightest breeze in the air. I made that mistake. The wind blew down my walls and snapped the plastic corner anchors during assembly easily. I had to install several metal L brackets to replace those supports. The assembly design needs to really be more wind resistant. The yellow corner anchors are easily snapped in slight breeze prior to roof frame being secured. The manufacturer needs to innovate on how to make assembly less prone to this when the walls are going up, and not be afraid to include METAL corner supports. Not everything needs to be plastic.