Local products and services

Would you like us to write about your company and publish it on this page in three languages? This service is free of charge, just contact us and we will set a date: 0466 230 405 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

See the list of all local entrepreneurs.

Tor-Björn Karlsson lives on Grefvas farm with his family. On the farm there are many different buildings, and some of them serve as storage rooms that Tor-Björn lease for different periods of time.

- I continued the business that my father started.
The sizes of the storage rooms vary from 3 to 20 m2.

People need storage room for all kinds of things, such as skis or fishing and boat equipment.

- During the winter people need a place to put the things they use in summer and in summer they need a place to put things they use in winter, Tor-Björn says.

Read more ...

On the beautiful farm of Grefvas I meet Karl-Göran Karlsson, who has two cottages for rent, one for year-round use and the other a summer cottage.
- I lived in this cottage with my wife when I returned to Degerby after the lease period, Karl-Göran says. (See picture)
Some of the guests are construction workers that need a temporary residence.
- This year we have had a lot of bicycle tourists, they like it that you can rent the cottage even only for one night.
Guests from Finland, Sweden, England, Germany, France, Australia and other countries have staid at the Grefvas cottage.
- They've all liked it a lot.

Read more ...

The strawberry season in here! In Degerby we have  local cultivators who sell strawberries, you can either pick them yourself or buy them in boxes or cases.

Read more ...

Strawberries for Mother’s Day or until September? This could be reality also in Degerby, because Elina Kontti and Rasmus Nordström have set up two cultivation tunnels on the farm of Bökars. In the tunnel there are strawberry plants in 50 meter rows. They are regularly watered and fertilized, and as the blooming begins specific bumble-bees are moved in to take care of the pollination.

Read more ...