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On top of the wall - create the perfect finishing touch with Ashlar stone

Have you discovered Ashlar coping and our other Ashlar products?

If you’re looking to add a great finishing touch to your building project, our new Ashlar coping is a versatile product which is used for the top course of a stone wall. There are various options to choose from including flat coping, six side sawn, half round, paving stones and many more. 

Whatever you need for your building or restoration project, we can tailor each Ashlar product to your needs. We have a skilled on-site stonemason who can chamfer coping, create bullnose, weathering, and drips to name just a few.

In addition, we can produce the following:

Our standard stock is 50mm thick and can be supplied in various lengths and widths, but can be cut to bespoke lengths, widths and thicknesses if required.

Why use Ashlar stone?

A flexible product with a natural look and feel that weathers gracefully over-time

Ashlar stone is a popular and highly versatile product which has a smooth face, which fits together tightly with very little mortar resulting in structures which are strong and sturdy. Ashlar stone is crafted from high quality materials, built to last and will add a touch of elegance and sophistication to your design. It’s also a great product for name stones, enabling classic or contemporary font styles.

Ideal for use in a variety of building projects, Ashlar stone is a must-have for anyone looking to elevate their design to the next level. The stone is gorgeous in its original form, and weathers beautifully by blending into existing landscape and structures. Here we have some bespoke ashlar wall copings supplied to Hinchcliffe’s Farm, a local farm shop, 4 years ago and you can see the weathering process has begun.

Why not come down and see Ashlar stone for yourself? Our yard is open from 7.30am - 4.30pm Monday - Friday, and 8:00am - 12.30pm on Saturday. Call us on 07711 997026 for sales, or call Rachel on 01484 972688.

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