Glossary of Terms
Researching and buying stone can be a bewildering and confusing process if you are not familiar with the language and terminology.
Below is a list of key building and stone terms and phrases to help you work out what it is you are looking for. It will also help us to help you as we are all speaking the same language.
Cobblestones were traditionally used during Victorian times as a road surface and tend to be used today in historic buildings or listed buildings.
Coping stones are also used to add a decorative finish to a wall.
Delph walls have a traditional rustic appearance and are often found on farms or in rural locations. Delph walling stones are extremely durable and look even better the more they weather. Reclaimed delph stones are an excellent choice for extensions, garages or anywhere you wish to add a bit of character to a development.