Finest Quality, Natural and Sustainable Stone

JS Stonemasonry supplies the finest quality, natural and sustainable stone for your building and renovation projects.

We have built strong relationships with quarries and stone merchants over the years which means we can deliver quickly and efficiently. In many cases, our close ties with our family-run quarries allow us to deliver stone direct to you from the quarries.

To discuss your stone requirements, to get a quote and estimated delivery time please contact us

 

Our Range of Stone

Bath StoneBath stone texture

Stone Origin: Somerset Limestone

Typical Aesthetics: Warm honey

Typical Texture: Fine grained

Description: Bath Stone is a limestone comprising granular fragments of calcium carbonate. Its warm, honey colouring gives the World Heritage City of Bath, England its distinctive appearance. 

Main uses: Flooring, Window Sills and Facades. Read more about Bath Stone here


Portland Stoneportland stone texture

Stone Origin: Dorset Limestone

Typical Aesthetics: White/ Grey

Typical Texture: Fine Grained

Description: Portland stone is a limestone quarried on the Isle of Portland, Dorset. It has been used extensively as a building stone including major public buildings such as St Paul's Cathedral and Buckingham Palace.

Main usesPaving, Steps, Flooring. Read more about Portland Stone here


YorkstoneYorkstone Texture

Stone Origin: Yorkshire Sandstone

Typical Aesthetics: Colour varies according to the minerals within its makeup

Typical Texture: Fine Grained

Description: Yorkstone is a variety of sandstone, specifically from quarries in Yorkshire and is popular in both new construction and restoration. The colour of Yorkstone depends on the minerals within its makeup and differs throughout the quarries from which it is mined.

Main uses: Cladding, Walls, Flooring. Read more about Yorkstone here

 

Purbeck StonePurbeck Stone texture

Stone Origin: Dorset Limestone

Typical Aesthetics: Grey tones

Typical Texture: Medium Grained

Description: Purbeck stone is taken from a series of limestone beds found on the Isle of Purbeck in Dorset. The best known variety of this stone is Purbeck Marble. The stone has been quarried since at least Roman times up to the present day.

Main uses: Building, Decorative and Ornamental Features. Read more about Purbeck stone here

 

Darney SandstoneDarney

Stone Origin: Northumberland sandstone

Typical Aesthetics: Pale Gold

Typical Texture: Fine to medium grained

Description: Darney sandstone is a fine to medium grained pale gold through, light buff to almost blonde in colour. The Stone is extracted from Darney quarry, located at East Woodburn, Hexham Northumberland.

Main uses: Ideal for most aspects of contruction including load-bearing and cladding. With extensive reserves readily available, it is the stone of choice for both new-build and conservation projects. Read more about Darney Sandstone here

 

Swinton SandstoneSwinton

Stone Origin: Berwickshire Sandstone

Typical Aesthetics: Buff / green / grey

Typical Texture: Medium grained

Description: Quarried near Swinton in The Scottish Borders and formerly known as ‘Whitsome Newton’, the stone is most famously known for its use in the Hall of Honour, Edinburgh Castle

Main uses: Carves and dresses beautifully, used extensively on restoration projects. Read more about Swinto Sandstone here

 

Hazeldean SandstoneHazeldean

Stone Origin: Northumberland Sandstone

Typical Aesthetics: Light white to cream

Typical Texture: Fine grained

Description: Hazeldean sandstone is quarried near Alnwick in Northumberland, England. Hazeldean Sandstone is both visually and geologically a good match for the no longer available Craigleith Sandstone of Edinburgh.

Main uses: Perfect for all architectural masonry building applications including paving and carving. Read more about Hazeldean Sandstone here

To help and advice about choosing the right stone for your project and for a quote and delivery date please contact us

Contact JS Stonemasonry

For more information or to request an enquiry, please don’t hesitate to contact us at JS Stonemasonry Ltd. using the details below:

Contact: Jon Suttle

Telephone: 01494 957158

Mobile: 07540 492667

Emailinfo@jsstonemasonry.co.uk

Address:

3 Milton Fields
Chalfont St Giles
HP8 4ER

Vat No: 166 660 292

Company No: 7761839

Registered in England and Wales.

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