Secure Your Tools With This Garden Storage Box: Save 33% When You Buy Now

Garden storage box on sale at Wickes
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Protect your valuables with this cheap garden storage box from Keter, which is now available from Wickes for just £20. 

With autumn nearing, many of us will be packing away summer furniture, outdoor children’s toys and tools in the coming days, and the Keter General Purpose Outdoor Storage City Box is a great secure option to keep your smaller items safe. 

This bargain storage solution is suitable for hand garden tools, hosepipe attachments, bags of soil, compost or sand. It’s durable and weatherproof too.

Buy This Keter Storage Box for Just £20

Keter General Purpose Outdoor Storage City Box | WAS £30, NOW £20

Keter General Purpose Outdoor Storage City Box | WAS £30, NOW £20

This 113L capacity storage box will fit neatly into gardens with limited space, and with its decorative wood panels, it is relatively unobtrusive. 

Easy to assemble in five minutes, it is made from durable, fade-resistant plastic, and is both maintenance-free and weather resistant. In the summer months, it'll even double up as a side table.

One thing to note though is that while it has a lockable lid, the lock is sold separately.

It also comes with a two-year manufacturers’ warranty. 

How to Make the Most of Your Garden Space

If space pressures on your home have been exacerbated during lockdown, it is worth considering how you might be able to make better use of your garden. 

Creating a garden office could be a great solution if you are likely to be working from home more often (or even permanently). 

Creating a garden room or outbuilding can also be a solution to create space for activities that you may not be able to accommodate in the main home. Many homeowners find that for practical (and financial) reasons they cannot extend their property, but have plenty of room in the garden to create the added space they need.

Jack Woodfield
News Editor

Jack has worked in journalism for 11 years and is the News Editor for Homebuilding & Renovating, a role he has had since 2019. He strives to break the most relevant and beneficial stories for self builders, extenders and renovators, including the latest news on the construction materials shortage and hydrogen heating. In 2021 he appeared on BBC's The World at One to discuss the government's planning reforms. 

He enjoys testing new tools and gadgets, and having bought his first home in 2013, he has renovated every room and recently finished a garden renovation.