Monday, January 14, 2008

Choosing a shed - Taylors Garden Buildings

Norfolk-based Taylors Garden Buildings are one of the biggest names in the business, established in 1953. They cover pretty much all the bases, manufacturing, supplying and installing both their own large range of sheds and shedlike atmospheres (see here for Shedworking's review of their beach hut) as well as other companies' products. Among their client list is Big Brother, Fujitsu, NHS direct and Emmerdale TV studios. Taylors say they are committed to being as environmentally friendly as possible producing green roofs, bee houses, compost toilets and cordwood buildings. It's hard to pick favourites, but I like the Mansfield Garden Office above and the observatory shed below.Taylors also very kindly were a major sponsor of the first National Shed Week last year.

1 comment:

  1. Was unfortunate enough to buy a garage costing over £4000 from the original company, and when the roofing felt started shrinking and falling apart, I was told by the new company that I should have ben warned that roofing felt only lasts 3 - 5 years! After 3 weeks of prevaricating, the new company didn't want to have anything to do with me and told me to contact the administrators of the old company. Thanks for that! They bought the name - that suggests that Goodwill was part of the deal. Be warned - it isn't.