Town & Country Covers
Town & Country Covers began with a love for the sea and all things water sports - from surfing to sailing and everything in between. The guys at Town & Country Covers knew people loved being in the water, and also knew people hated getting back in their car in wet wetsuits or damp clothes.
That is where the inspiration for Town & Country Covers waterproof seat covers came from. Town & Country Covers wanted to offer a simple but effective solution that not only kept seats dry, but looked good at the same time. That was back in 1986 and the core aim of protecting your vehicles hasn't changed since then.
Town & Country Covers business quickly grew beyond just water sports as people outside of the industry saw the value in heavy-duty seat covers. Town & Country Covers welcomed builders, pet owners, mechanics, and parents as customers as they all realised how effective Town & Country Covers seat covers were at giving extra life to their vehicles. No day is too tough for a Town & Country Cover.
Over the past 30 years Town & Country Covers focus has remained on sourcing high-quality materials to deliver exceptional products to their customers, you! - because a seat cover is only as good as the material it's made from. Town & Country Covers signature polyester blend is the perfect balance of style, comfort, and toughness and is guaranteed to add years to your seats. Town & Country also have an in-house design team to make sure every cover fits down to the last stitch.
What are Town & Country Covers doing now?
Whilst Town & Country Covers started out making universal covers that fit most vehicles, they have been building a custom-fit tailored range which now includes most popular UK vans and trucks, and the in-house designers are always adding to this catalogue. Town & Country Covers have also launched a line of accessories and rubber mats to keep your interiors covered from the ground up. This line includes steering wheel covers, seat organisers, child-seat protectors, and social-distancing screens for taxis, and they don't plan on stopping there.