Architectural Cast Stone

Add distinction and value to your project.

Synonymous with reconstituted stone, Edenhall cast stone is used to form openings, entrances, walling and other features in the masonry façade. It fits in with both contemporary and period styles and complements a range of cladding materials from stone and brick to render. All types of cast stone units are offered in a simple, versatile and cost effective solution package. Products range from cills, heads, window and door surrounds, columns and porticos, to ballustrading, wall copings, pier caps and ashlar block and quoin masonry.View Gallery.

Edenhall offer a real alternative to quarried stone such as York stone and Portland stone in terms of technical performance, design flexibility and aesthetic qualities. As a member of the UK Cast Stone Association, Edenhall meets the most stringent performance standards in the industry.

An unlimited selection of natural colours and finishes are available to meet local project needs, whilst our manufacturing facilities across England, Scotland and Wales provide truly national coverage. The Edenhall group contains a wealth of experience and knowledge in the design and manufacture of quality building products and through this expertise we are able to offer architectural dressings in either the traditional sandy faced aesthetic of semi dry, the excellent durability of moulded wet cast, or the versatility of our lightweight fibre reinforced cast stone.

In addition to Architectural Cast Stone Edenhall are also experts in Bespoke Structural Precast, please CLICK HERE to see more.

Products

Quoins • Cills • Heads • Surrounds • Plinths • Keystones • Porticos & columns • Copings • Pedestals • Specialist bespoke units

Process

GRC • Wetcast • Semi Dry

Colour

Gwent • Minster • Portland • Nunwick • Slate • Yorkstone • Natural Grey

North & Scotland

01506 432524 • livingstonworks@edenhall.co.uk

South & Wales

01782 838559 • stokeworks@edenhall.co.uk

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