Taylor Moving & Storage
began with Horace Taylor and one truck in rural Brighton in 1941
. At that time, Grand River was gravel and the city of Brighton virtually ended where Corky's Car Clinic now sits.
During those early years, Horace hauled everything from household goods, livestock, and catalog furniture orders for Hudson's, to drums of paint for the highway department.
In 1960, Horace built his first warehouse
where Wendy's™ now sits. When the I-96 expressway
was built in 1961, it put Brighton and Livingston County at the crossroads for growth and development. By the early 1970s, Taylor Moving
had become a full time household goods and commercial moving company.
With the need for additional storage space, the current Hilton Road
site was purchased in 1978 and a modern warehouse
was constructed. In 1980, another 4800 square foot addition was built. A growing market brought the need for a self-storage facility that was added in 1987.