Carters of Swanwick Ltd

Main dealers for Honda, Kubota, Husqvarna, Stihl & Mountfield lawn mowers & garden machinery serving the Swanwick, Southampton, Portsmouth, Fareham Hampshire UK areas. We offer you great choice, professional advice, free demonstrations and after sales support including servicing, warranties, repairs, spare parts, and accessories as well as used mowers, used Kubota, used Kubota RTV. Great Discount prices are offered on lawn mowers, ride on mowers, garden machinery and lawn mower parts in store, or via our UK mail order service and online at Best Buy Mowers. We have a massive range of stock.

Company details

Duncan Road Swanwick , Southampton , SO31 1BD United Kingdom

Locations Served

Our Manufacturers

Business Type:
Distributor
Industry Type:
Agriculture
Market Focus:
Nationally (across the country)

We are a modern forward looking family businessestablished in 1921in Swanwick Hampshire.

We specialise in most types of domestic and commercial garden machinery, lawn mowers and ground care equipment.

We do the whole job; Advice, Demonstrations, Sales, Servicing, Warranty, Repairs, Spare Parts, accessories and proper 'back-up'.

We are proud of our parts department which sends parts all over the UK.

We are main dealers for many of the top leading Makers.             

Carters of Swanwick was originally formed by two Carter Brothers in 1921. They provided servicing and repairs to the Swanwick and surrounding areas.

Swanwick was then considered a district covering a large part of the famous strawberry growing area from Botley through to Titchfield and down to Swanwick Wood where the old 'Bursledon' Brickworks were located near the Hamble River. The business then was servicing and repairing horticultural and agricultural machines such as tractors and Rotavators. Motor cars and motorcycles and farm machinery were also catered for.

After the Carters brothers Mr Eric Farmer then owned the company for many years and indeed the present owner Stan Jacobs, who joined the company as a sales director in 1964, was an employee of the late Mr Farmer.

The Jacobs family have owned the business since 1975 and the picture in the article below shows the garage site at this time.