The name of Hayter has been synonymous with British grass cutting since 1946. As a pioneer of the rotary lawn mower, the company has become a household name with both the serious gardener and professional user.
Many significant mowers have emanated from the site in Spellbrook, a hamlet between Harlow and Bishop's Stortford in Hertfordshire. Today Hayter manufactures a wide range of grass cutting equipment, satisfying the demands of loyal customers. The majority of Hayter products are still painted in traditional "British Racing Green" colours, making a Hayter mower instantly recognisable wherever you go. Many Hayter mowers are of the "rear roller" type, enabling you to achieve that very British thing - a beautifully striped lawn.
In Hayter, modern technology has not replaced traditional skills. Rather the two are combined in a powerful recipe where each compliments the other. Many of the processes may be computer-controlled but this does not supplement the skills of the practiced hand and critical eye, which act together to produce quality.
Quality is a way of life, and Hayter strives constantly to maintain and improve the standards upon which its reputation has been gained.
Hayter appreciates the loyalty of its customers and such loyalty gets a reciprocal commitment from the company. Supported by up to date product information and electronic systems, the network of dealers is capable of satisfying customer needs quickly, accurately and efficiently. Customer satisfaction is what the partnership of Hayter and dealer strives to attain.
Since 2005 Hayter has been owned by The Toro Company based in Minneapolis, USA. Toro is a leading global manufacturer of high quality grass cutting equipment for golf courses, landscape contractors and homeowners. Since acquiring Hayter, Toro has invested significant funds to further improve the existing manufacturing facility at Spellbrook.
Looking to the future, Hayter is well placed to build on its decades of success. At the root of this positive future will be Hayter's desire to continue its culture of being 'Makers of The Finest Mowers'.
Hayter - Makers Of The Finest Mowers