Timber Buildings Livingston

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The Town of Livingston

Livingston, West Lothian is a post-WWII new town, founded in 1962. Its position between Edinburgh and Glasgow and near the M8 motorway make it an ideal commuter town for either of Scotland's two largest cities.

Livingston offers high street and discount shopping, with a great variety of goods available at both retail and outlet shops. Livingston's fast roads and motorway access make it a popular destination for car-based shoppers.

In the twentieth century, Livington was a centre for oil extraction from shale. However that industry is no longer active in the area. Today, Livington hosts industrial estates and health care facilities, giving it an active and independent economy with employment in services, the trades and the professions.

Because many of its residential neighbourhoods are 30 to 50 years old, many residents of Livingston are finding that their original sheds, garages and kennels are in rough condition and in need of replacement.

Anchor Timber Buildings Serves Livingston

Anchor Timber Buildings is located near Glenrothes, over the Queensferry bridge and then a short drive on the M90 and the A911. We manufacturer and sell all kinds of attractive, high quality timber outbuildings, including potting sheds, storage sheds, wooden playhouses, garages and workshops. Our timber buildings can add storage or usable space to your property, or they can replace older, worn out timber buildings.

Anchor Timber Buildings offers a huge variety of structures in many styles and sizes – over 60 in total! However, we can also create bespoke timber buildings to fit existing foundations or unusual spaces. Either way, our timber buildings are affordable, installation is provided, and shipping to Livingston is free of charge.

Anchor Timber Buildings is a locally owned and operated business. Our sheds and other outbuildings are all made in Scotland. Call us with your questions and visit us at our workshop and display centre. We think you'll be impressed with what we have to offer.