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The benefits of Cotswold Walling Stone

Cotswold Dry Walling Stone is one of the most popular products for wall building. Its natural colour with its subtle traditional honey characteristics is being quarried at the Smiths & Sons Rollright quarry, near the market town of Chipping Norton in West Oxfordshire.

This genuine Cotswold building material has become as popular nationwide as it is in the traditional settings of the Cotswolds.

Historically, dry stone walls were used as a means of field division – miles and miles of these creamy/honey coloured stone walls can still be seen today when driving around the Cotswold countryside. Whether it is for new walls or the repairs of the old Cotswold dry stone walls, Smiths Cotswold dry walling stone is ideal – locally sourced and can be delivered directly to site.

Increasingly, however, our Cotswold stone is being used for a variety of other modern construction work. For example; building of Cotswold styled properties, landscaping projects, boundary walls for detached houses as well as modern housing estates. Plus it is ideal for exterior and interior facing/cladding. It can also be used to face gabion baskets – if you are looking for a natural walling style effect for the gabion wall.

For full details of all Smiths’ products and services, and their free sample service, visit their website, www.smithsbletchington.co.uk

Or telephone: 01869 331281

Or Email: sales@smithsbletchington.co.uk

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