About Taylors Plastic

Taylors started out building outdoor furniture and children’s toys in wood.

The first piece of plastic furniture was built in 1990 and the company changed to Taylor Made Wood & Plastic. Taylors began selling only plastic furniture in 1994 and became incorporated under Taylors Recycled Plastic Products Inc. in 1998. The company moved to their present location on County Road 28, Bailieboro in 1999, working out of the existing workshop. They have since expanded, building a new shop in 2003 with further expansions in 2010.


Taylors started as a seasonal business but now operates year round, taking orders and building up inventory as well as selling plastic lumber and sheeting during the winter months.


Taylors is very proud to produce an environmentally friendly product that comes from recycled material that can be recycled again and again. Hence our Infinity Line.


We are very proud of how far we have come and the things we have been able to achieve. We look forward to the future and all the wonderful things that we can create for and with our customers.


Taylors Trees
Barc's Chairs
Kawartha Loon Exchange

Purple Onion Festival

Taylors has sponsored 5400 seedlings of white pine, norway spruce and red oak to be planted in the Peterborough area to help reduce our carbon foot print.


The Purple Onion Festival supports the local food revolution in Peterborough and the Kawarthas.

Taylors Trees

Taylors has sponsored 5400 seedlings of white pine, Norway spruce and red oak to be planted in the Peterborough area to help reduce our carbon foot print.

Barc’s Chair

“Two polite Canadians, Barc and Seb, father and son, are cycling coast-to-coast across the southern U.S.A., towing a really big, really colourful, really heavy chair, inviting people we meet along the way to sit in the chair and tell us their favourite stories and jokes, and filming them – just for fun…”

Kawartha Loon Exchange

“The Kawartha Loon Exchange is the governing body for Kawartha Loons, a local currency based in Peterborough Ontario.”

We accept Kawartha Loons here at Taylors. You can purchase Kawartha Loons at the Peterborough Community Credit Union with Canadian Dollars at a discount of 10%. This means that $20 worth of Kawartha Loons will cost you $18 Canadian. Any local business that accepts Kawartha Loons will accept $1 in Loons as $1 Canadian. With your $20 of Kawartha Loons, you can purchase something with a value of $20 Canadian.