Buff Flat sandstone Copings Architectural Cast Stone coping stones for walls produced by using a semi dry cast production method using stone dust to give the appearance of Natural Stone that has been cut by a mason. These wall cappings are sometimes referred to as Architectural stone and are available in a range of sizes off the shelf or can be made to your own specific sizes.
As well as the flat copings we also offer Once weathered and twice weathered finishes along with Pier Caps to match. These are not only for decorative purposes but also help to protect a wall from the elements.
Housing Estate in Derbyshire uses cast stone window cills and heads
We have been involved in producing Architectural stone window cills and heads for a New Housing estate in Glossop, Derbyshire. This development consisted of approx 60 new homes which took the buff colour stone we produce in our Matlock production unit. We got the order for our quick response time against a lot of larger producers of Cast stone products we are generally on only a 4 week lead time although we do carry a large range of stock sizes. As well as heads and cills we also produce Coping stones and corner quoins so you can now have the full range of Architectural stone all from one supplier for any build you may be undertaking.
Stone cills and heads for Windows
and sell We produce a large range of Architectural Cast stone products including Window cills and Heads in a range of different colours Buff , Bath stone, York stone, and Portland Grey. We carry a large range of Standard stock sizes as well as offering a bespoke made to size option, Our Cast stone is made from crushed quarried stone which allows us to get us a quality looking product at a faction of the cost of Real ones that a mason may produce. Prices are very Competitive if you would like a quote then please feel free to contact us
What is best Real stone or Manufactured cast stone cladding
We are often asked what is the difference between natural stone cladding and manufactured veneers. There is no true answer but generally real random stone cut to a 20mm or 30mm thickness will cost a lot more money in most cases this will be 2 or 3 times the cost of cast stone. This is because it is very time consuming and costly to cut random walling into a veneer. Whilst manmade reconstituted stone is generally made in moulds which can be used again and again and many companies who produce it will have developed systems that they can turn around a set around in a 24 hour period. we have a range of real and cast products that are suitable for covering walls internally or externally and are non combustable so are great for the self builder who wants to create a fireplace for a log burner.
So i suppose the questions comes down to three major points
3. Time scale
If you have any questions you would like answering about our range of cladding you are more than welcome to contact us
Stone cladding that looks like a Cotswold Stone
Our Buff Sandstone wall cladding used to great effect to create a feature wall in a pub in south wales. Wayne the owner of The Corner House Inn, Llangwynd, Maesteg kindly sent these pictures in and we think he has done a great job , The buff sandstone cladding can be used internally or externally as well as for creating fireplaces for wood burners to sit in as it is non combustable .
If you would like more information on our range of stone cladding and the uses them please feel free to contact us
Sandstone Corner Quoin
Our Cast Buff Sandstone corner quoins are available in a range of different thickness and sizes to suit either a 3 or 4 course wall. As well as these full size block ones we also have Cladding quoins available which are a easy product to use and are just adhered to the wall using a external cement based adhesive.
Cladding Quoin Full size Quoin
If you would like more information on our range of Quoins or stone cladding please feel free to contact us on the form below or call 07590992422
Reclaimed Imperial size Red Brick slips
Our New York Red Imperial sized brick slips are a great way to cover any wall internally or externally and are available with matching corner Pistols also some times knows as corner bricks or Quoins
On average they are 220mm long x 73mm high and 20mm in thickness and are cast from a premium light weight cement and coloured with natural oxides that gives a very very realistic Clay fired brick but at a fraction of the price.
As they are aggregate based they are also non combustable which makes them ideal for use around log burners
This particular fire place has also used our Brazilian Black slate to create a hearth that compliments the bricks and gives it a old charm appearance
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