Mole Valley sheds any good?

HarryB97

Member
We are putting up some more sheds and have got quotes from our normal supplier but are also considering Mole Valleys sheds. Has anyone got one and are they pleased with the product and who are they actually manufactured by? I Imagine the same quality shed will be cheaper than our normal supplier as Mole Valley is farmer owned and works with much smaller margins?
 

pellow

Member
Location
Newquay
Mole valley have their own engineering works, we have a 140 x 50 shed made by them in 2005 and there is nothing wrong with it.

Mole valley engineering were good value and good quality when we traded with them in the mid 2000s, their prices seemed to have increased in line with others and they had long waiting time the last couple of times we asked for quotes

Steel prices have gone up about 25% in the last 3 months and there is a genuine shortage
 

robs1

Member
We put one up in 1991, still perfect, might not be the cheapest these days but at least the quality should be ok, save a grand now might look very expensive 15 years time
 

Poorbuthappy

Member
Livestock Farmer
Location
Devon
We are putting up some more sheds and have got quotes from our normal supplier but are also considering Mole Valleys sheds. Has anyone got one and are they pleased with the product and who are they actually manufactured by? I Imagine the same quality shed will be cheaper than our normal supplier as Mole Valley is farmer owned and works with much smaller margins?
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Bury the Trash

Member
Mixed Farmer
We have had 3 sheds from Mole Valley and they have all been fine, they were very helpful when enquiring
yes they will be fine but there wont be any advantage gained for the op by them being mole valley farmers.

dont know where the op is but theses boys
are darn good.
 

Poorbuthappy

Member
Livestock Farmer
Location
Devon
We have had 3 sheds from Mole Valley and they have all been fine, they were very helpful when enquiring
Don't get me wrong, I'm not knocking their sheds - I have no experience of them. The bit I've had to do with the engineering division has been more positive than the retail arm. Just found the statement I highlighted rather amusing as not at all my experience of mvf in general.
 

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