Gardiners have reclaimed bricks, tiles, sandstone cobbles and setts, pavers, Indian stone/ porcelain, York stone, large stocks of new timber, sleepers, scaffold boards and much more. If you can’t get it anywhere else, we will probably have it!
We are a small family run business which I set up in 1990, evolving in my parents back yard….. we have since gone from strength to strength.
I started out buying and selling Staffordshire Blue roof tiles, as the demand increased I moved to a small yard and not long after a slightly bigger yard.
We now are located in a 1 acre , hardstanding, customer friendly site and have been here for 12 years, with a small but perfectly formed team on hand for all your enquiries.
I was constantly being asked for sleepers, scaffold boards, decking and new timber products, this took the business to another level and timber is now one of our best sellers. We have a mix of reclaimed railway sleepers, new oak and pine sleepers and many more new timber products.
We are now entering new unchartered territory and branching out into the world of e-commerce, yes Gardiners is now selling online!
Gardiners also have an impressive collection of architectural collectibles – wrought and cast iron garden benches and gazebos, planters in stone, iron and wood and for the more adventurous, statues and post boxes. We also stock reclaimed upvc doors and windows, fires and gates.
However, you do need to know where to go. And if it’s Staffordshire, then it has to be Gardiners on the Grove Road Industrial Estate in Heron Cross. However, be prepared – there’s oodles of reclaimed bricks, tiles and timbers – this is one of the country’s leading sites.
All the lanes on site allow easy access and free car parking is available. You are welcome to come in and browse, we are open Monday – Friday 8.30am – 4.30pm and Saturdays from 9am til 1.30pm.
We also offer a matching service on all building materials to ensure architectural integrity for anyone extending a heritage property.
Make no mistake. Gardiners are in in the business of recycling building and architectural products – from garden to the roof – but let’s face it, this is not just environmentally sustainable, it also is eminently sensible … as they say, they just don’t build them like they used to!