If you’re thinking of building a new timber garage in your garden it’s important to first check if planning permission will be needed. In this blog, we cover everything you need to know about timber garages and the planning process.
We are thrilled to announce that Passmores has joined the Made in Britain manufacturing community.
As a British company founded in 1909, we have been manufacturing quality timber structures for over 100 years and in joining the “Made In Britain” community we hope to further highlight our British roots.
We’ve been selling timber builders for over 100 years. Like many long established family businesses, we’ve had our ups and downs and have experienced many changes in the way the company operates.
But the COVID-19 pandemic has presented our timber garage team with unprecedented challenges and the trading environment that we are currently experiencing is different to anything that we have encountered before.
As a manufacturer of wooden garages and outbuildings, I would have thought Passmores’ green credentials were obvious. But apparently not. Most of our customers are surprised when they discover that our decision to use sustainable timber isn’t just based on commercial factors but is also because we care about the planet.
Buying a timber garage is an investment decision and as such, it’s important to have all the facts at your disposal before making your choice. We’ve compiled this guide to help answer the most common questions we get asked about our range of timber garages. We hope you find it useful and that it helps provide the information you need to feel comfortable with your choice.
We have been supplying Garden Buildings in bulk and shipped to New Zealand for a few years now and we have just waved goodbye to the 5th container in as many months.
Sport England has been allocated a further Â£40m of National Lottery funding under its Inspired Facilities scheme.
We've just finished this single bay Carriage House with Cart Lodge each end and what an excellent looking country outbuilding it turned out to be.......
The South Benfleet & Canvey Bowls Club new pavilion was completed in Spring 2011 in time for the start of the outdoor season.
We have been surprised how popular the Carriage House internal lining option has proved to be since displaying it in our showground earlier in the year......