Welcome to Keter Plastic Sheds And Storage! It's the place where you get inspiration for products you can buy for the garden, patio, and the outside living area from top brands like Keter, Palram, Duramax and Lifetime. Here you'll find the best products such as garden sheds, log stores, fire pits, plastic benches, water butts and much more!
Simply click on a category and get lots of suggestions from popular stores such as Tesco, ASDA, Amazon, Argos, B&Q, Homebase, Wickes and many more.
We update this website daily with the cheapest garden accessories that both look great and last a lifetime.
There are lots of things that can enhance a garden in the UK, from plastic sheds to plastic benches, but nothing comes close to planters and flowerbeds! Plastic sheds from popular brands like Keter and Palram are the kings of garden storage and come in small to super large sizes.
The Keter Darwin is a great first choice with its double door design and the Rowlinson Airevale 8 x 6 ft is better for the larger gardens.
We've also added a new page all about the Keter Storage Bench ranges and all the options available for seating and outdoor storage.
A plastic shed is just like a traditional wooden shed but instead of wood it's made out of plastic. This has a great number of advantages and only a few disadvantages which we'll cover in more detail below.
Durability. Plastic sheds are mostly highly durable and weather resistant as they don't rot and change shape in moist environments.
They are very low maintenance. They do not warp, crack, or fade over time, reducing the need for ongoing upkeep.
Much easier to assemble and move. Plastic sheds are typically easier to assemble than wooden sheds. Many plastic shed kits come with interlocking panels or snap-together components that simplify the assembly process.
Pest Resistance. Wooden sheds can be vulnerable to pests such as termites, rodents, and insects that can cause damage over time. Plastic sheds are not attractive to pests and provide a more effective barrier against infestations, reducing the likelihood of costly repairs and maintenance.
Longevity. Plastic sheds have a longer lifespan compared to wooden sheds due to their resistance to environmental factors that can degrade wood over time. Plastic sheds are less likely to deteriorate, ensuring that your investment lasts for years without significant wear and tear.
Eco-Friendly Options. Certain types of plastic sheds are made from recycled materials, contributing to sustainable practices and reducing the demand for new raw materials.
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