Friday, February 09, 2007

Make concrete floors a thing of the past with Hawklok

If you're thinking of making your own garden office, take a look at Taylors Garden Buildings' blog where they discuss Hawklok, a new product which cuts out the need for mixing and making a concrete base and instead uses a system of tiles made from 100 percent recycled and recyclable long life polypropylene plastic. They're lightweight, solid, free draining and selfventilating. As Taylors say: "There is no excuse for uneven or unprotected, rotting shed floors as anyone can now lay a base for any outdoor building." From £75 for a 6ft x 4ft garden office/shed.

9 comments:

  1. These things look great. I've been trying to find contact details for the manufacturer as I'm thinking of importing them.

    I didn't find anything via Google so I was just wondering if you could help me out.

    Cheers
    David

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  2. Please ignore my last comment. I finally tracked them down.

    Thanks anyway.

    Great blog.

    Cheers
    David

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  3. I'll be in touch.

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  4. David, I'm not having much luck with this one. The Hawklok idea seems to have come from two landscape gardeners in Worcestershire, Richard Neary and Michael Roscoe, but I can't find contact details for them. I'll keep trying though.

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  5. richard neary6:01 PM

    Hawklok is as you say a brilliant product with more scope than just garden building - hot tubs - marquee floors - greenhouse base.

    info@hawklok.co.uk
    Richard.

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  6. Anonymous8:30 PM

    I have used EcoBase for my shed base, it too is a great product.

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  7. Hawkwok is quite good to use as I have been using it for years. The finished product looks amazing.

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  8. I have yet to try the product, but I am willing to try it as an alternative to concrete flooring. The price is quite lower too.

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