Four Wheel Drive Forklift Delivery

Four Wheel Drive Forklift Delivery

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Our own truck delivers to you and unloads with a Four Wheel Drive forklift. This allows stock to be located safely to the nearest point of access.

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Our Sandstone random crazy pavers in crates.

Stacked Stone Retaining Wall

Stacked Stone Retaining Wall

The dramatic effect has been created using for stacked stone on this sloping retaining wall next to the driveway entrance.

Stacked stone/Stone veneer is used as a protective and decorative covering for exterior or interior vertical walls and surfaces. The veneer is typically 1 inch thick and must weigh less than 15 pounds per square foot (73 kg/m2) so that no additional structural supports will be required.

The advantages of natural stacked stone/stone veneer over manufactured stone are:

  • Durability (real stone will not fade or crack over time. It lasts for centuries)
  • Aesthetics (Made by Mother Nature, its look is generally viewed as superior to the man-made painted cultured stone product. Characteristics which identify natural stone such as the texture,moss or lichen growing on the rock, unique shapes, etc. cannot be matched with manufactured stone.)
  • Its semi-light weight eliminates the need for wall ties or footings and make it easier and cheaper to build.
  • There are also disadvantages for natural stone compared to manufactured stone veneer:
  • cost saving (material costs, see above)

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Dry Stone Letter Box

Letter box featuring Titian Brown random crazy used as dry stone walling. A piece of artwork in landscaping design.

Dry stone (also called drystack) is a building method by which structures are constructed from stones without any mortar to bind them together. Dry stone structures are stable because of their unique construction method, which is characterized by the presence of a load-bearing façade of carefully selected interlocking stones. Dry stone technology is best known in the context of wall construction, but dry stone artwork, buildings, bridges, and other structures also exist.

Dry stone walls have been traditionally used in building construction as field boundaries and garden or churchyard walls, and on steep slopes as retaining walls for terracing.

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Stone Cladding Letter Box

Rustic stone cladding/stacked stone transforms this letter box into an architecture feature.

A great example of landscaping design utilise stone cladding to enhance overall effect of your garden.

Stacked Stone Capping Tiles

Black velvet Limestone bullnose tiles have been used as stone capping tiles for this rustic stacked stone wall.

The colour of Slate stone cladding resonate well with the black Limestone.