Our new yard is on the B4100 Bicester to Banbury road by the village of Souldern, 2 miles from junction 10 of the M40.
Our yard is the former Volvo truck garage that in the past has also been used as a petrol station and coach depot. We managed to buy the site in the summer of 2009 and have had a full flooring showroom laid so you can walk on the tiles and get a real feel for them. Also inside we have a fireplace and stove display area as well as a door and door fittings display area. Other items inside are all of our oak and elm beams and wooden flooring.
We have over an acre of outside stock for you to wander through.
Since we have moved to the yard we have also added a kitchen area which has our pine and oak floorboards laid so you can walk on them and see what they look like in a big area.
We have ample parking and have a customer toilet. Dogs are also welcome to walk around and if they want a bowl of water just ask, but we must warn you it is a busy main road so it maybe an idea to keep them on the lead.
We take all major credit cards/visa payments and are fully vat registered.
Burgess reclamation started trading as Burgess and Sons in 1946 by George Burgess. Working as a demolition contractor Burgess and sons carried out many jobs in and around the Bicester area including the Regal cinema Bicester and the old Crown Walk site.
Demolition generated lots of reclaimed items and because of this our reclamation yard was formed. George working with his two sons Mike and Bob continued to knock buildings down all over Oxfordshire. Bob’s son Adam who had served 6 years in the Royal Green Jackets started working for Burgess and Sons and has taken the yard on. In 2009 the yard moved to a larger site on the B4100 Bicester to Banbury road by the village of Souldern.