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Keter Fusion 7.5 ft. x 7 ft. Wood and Plastic Composite Shed
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Keter

Fusion 7.5 ft. x 7 ft. Wood and Plastic Composite Shed

  • Thick double-wall Wood-Plastic-Composite storage shed
  • Outdoor storage with wide double doors for easy access
  • Paintable with drillable walls for easy mounting
$997.00 /each

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The world's first DIY shed made of Wood-Plastic Composite (WPC) material, fuses the advantages of wood and resin to offer the best of both worlds. Fusion integrates the strength, rigidity and natural beauty of wood with the superior durability and maintenance-free qualities of resin. This shed's composite material resists rot, rodents and corrosion and withstands all types of weather. It also requires no paint or varnish unlike traditional metal and wood sheds materials. Even unskilled DIYers will have an easy assembly experience with this 7.5 ft. x 7 ft. shed's pre-cut, pre-drilled tongue & groove panels. Wide double doors, plenty of natural light and ample airflow and an internal height of more than 8 ft., will make it an extremely comfortable storing space. Furthermore, the walls of this shed are drillable and provide flexible mounting options of hangers, racks, slot walls or pegboards (not included) to free up floor space and better organize your tools and equipment. An environmentally-friendly shed, Fusion is made of residual wood fiber and recycled thermoplastics. Its elegant design and the rich beauty of its wood-grain appearance make it a perfect match for your home and landscape. Exquisite design, unmatched sturdiness and great longevity. Fusion has it all.

  • Thick double-wall wood-plastic-composite structure
  • Robust resin doors and roof with steel bar reinforcements
  • Maintenance free: no rot, no rodents and no paint required
  • Easy to assemble: pre-cut tongue and groove panels
  • Shed's drillable walls provide flexible mounting options: hangers, racks, slot walls and pegboards (not included)
  • Stainless steel locking system for extra security (lock not included)
  • Built-in skylight and windows for natural light
  • Full-length skylight, long side window and door windows for natural light
  • Thick double wall construction
  • Front, back and side vents for ample airflow
  • Heavy duty resin floor can carry more than 300-PSI
  • Eco-friendly: use of recycled materials from the plastics and wood industries
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Has anyone had problems with aligning the grooves, on the front wall pieces, into the metal corner bracket?

Hi, My husband and i are assembling this shed and we cannot get the corner metal-brackets to align with the floor piece, on the front panels. It's as if the side pieces are too long, since the corner bracket, is being pushed too far forward, once the sides are on? (Which is preventing the "vertical grooves", on the front pieces, to misalign. And, unfortunately, if we cannot get them to align, then the door opening will be too narrow.) We have spent over two hours, trying to figure out if we've made a mistake, but it doesn't seem to be the case. And, if we are installing it correctly, then there's a terrible mistake on the manufacturing of this product, and we will have to do a 1/4" miter cut, on each side panel, to shorten them, to get the front piece grooves to match. So, PLEASE let us know if you have any suggestions and/or if you also, have run into this same problem. Thank you.
Asked by: JH
The problem has to do with the corner spacing of the boards. The directions indicate you must leave a space at each corner. It does not say that these spaces "must" be absolutely even. The bigger problem is when you get to the roof and it does not fit properly into the grooves. The company should supply a t "throw away" corner spacer for the 1st level. Then problem solved.
Answered by: Jerry
Date published: 2016-04-26

Can the side window be placed on either side wall?

Your pictures show the side window on the right side (fencing the front door). I would like to place it on the left wall. Thank you
Asked by: pcdoing
yes.
Answered by: 2acre
Date published: 2016-10-17

Can it be heated?

I want to add a space heater inside for the winter, will the material be ok?
Asked by: LEZTASTIC
Being that it is a plastic material I would proceed with extreme caution (if at all) in the use of a space heater.
Answered by: RednexToyz
Date published: 2016-05-11

What is the floor made of?

Asked by: Kt
The floor is plastic.
Answered by: RednexToyz
Date published: 2016-05-11
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Fusion 7.5 ft. x 7 ft. Wood and Plastic Composite Shed is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 139.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poorly made for the amount of money it cost. Missing some parts. Some of the parts were broken at the groves where the boards fit together. Boards were warped. a lot of money for what you get. The shed will work but If I had to do over again I would have just built one out of wood
Date published: 2016-10-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent product. Instruction manual one of the easiest ever to understand. Parts clearly label... Excellent product. Instruction manual one of the easiest ever to understand. Parts clearly labeled. Materials better than most. Screws together instead of just snapping as many similar products. Metal supports inside screw to sides and roof. I anticipate this product won't blow apart as my last shed did. Delivery was as promised and delivery man was able to place the pallet it arrives on in a convenient location.
Date published: 2016-11-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not all it was supposed to be The corner treatment sucks. If you manage to actually drive the corner seals home, next warm day, the pop out. Door latch flimsy, final straw? Door poped open. Uopn close inspection, the plastic door pin just snapped off, after just a year. Very flimsy. Looked good, until heat warped the roof and other plastic parts.
Date published: 2016-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shed, great quality I just finished the assembly of the shed and I could not believe how well the pieces fit together. The quality is excellent, the material is great and the shed looks so well in my backyard. Assembly instructions are clear and easy to follow. It took my son & I about 4 hours to complete the assembly.
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from shed good quality. Took two people to put together, but not hard. Nice looking shed and looks like picture.
Date published: 2016-08-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Shed, great instructions and easy to build. I bought one of these about 4 months ago from my local Home depot store. The staff put it in the back of my pick up truck using a forklift and I separated the packages once I got home and took it off the truck. I found the instructions easy to follow and that the pieces all fitted together easily. I did it on my own and it took me maybe 4-5hrs max. The tricky part doing it by yourself was the roof but it all went together perfectly. I have had no issues with the doors. I put mine on a level deck and it's at the side of the house which is sheltered from the strong winds we get but at this time I have zero complaints about this product and am actually going to buy another one.
Date published: 2017-01-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid and a good value I'm a middle-aged woman who was looking for a sturdy, easy-to-clean house for my new chickens. I constructed the majority of this myself in one day, with a little assistance at the beginning and end. We chose to use a concrete slab, and our own anchors due to high winds in our area. From there, I was able to get pretty far on my own, until some of the roof and finished steps which require counter-pressure from a partner. None of the materials is heavy. I swear for the first several steps, I was afraid I'd made an awful error in judgment; however, the flimsy-feeling initial steps made way for a final structure that was sturdy and well-braced. The second night, the construction was tested with a horrible thunderstorm including 50-mph gusts. There was a little leaking through the vents and at the roofline due to the sideways rain, but otherwise my chickens came through just fine, and no visible damage. We were able to cut a small chicken door/ramp in the side with no problem. Screws go in through specific grooves, which can be limiting; however, if you do not intend to put a million shelves in the thing, you should be fine. Altogether I recommend this building as a solid, good value, and easy to construct and use.
Date published: 2016-06-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid shed Hard to fit into pickup. It will rest on wheel well(s) and has to be pushed in as it can't be picked up from the end by the forklift. I brought a dolly to help roll the end in. I built this on 12, 24x30x2" sidewalk blocks that were placed on a bed of gravel framed by treated 2x6. The instructions rely on pictures and easy enough to follow. There were a couple head-scratching moments though. SET SCREWDRIVER TO #2 Clutch. EASY TO STRIP SCREWS. Some sections with longer screws can use #4 or #6 Floor didn't fit together quite right, one piece was a bit convex, but it worked out I built it myself and managed to do all of it except the peaks on the gable ends which required opposing force type assistance to get the screws to engage. I managed to break one piece of the wall. It fell off it's placing in a wind gust just as I was picking up the screwdriver. A little white glue and some clear gorilla tape held it together as I continued to build up the walls. Can't even tell anymore. Once finished it's a very solid shed that will accept screws in the walls (locations described in manual) that hold significant weight. I also used a hammer driver and those blue cement screws 1 3/4" to attach it to the sidewalk blocks in the eight spots on the floor. See manual. P.S. It's heavy and the individual boxes inside the main box are heavy.
Date published: 2016-06-25
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