Copings and Carved Stone
- June 11, 2015
- Posted by: JonathanPryer
Protect your walls from weather damage and give an aesthetically pleasing finish to your project with coping stones.
WHY CHOOSE COPING STONES?
Coping stones are used to cap free standing walls. This not only protects your walls from weather damage but it also gives your project a finish that completes your stone look. There is a variety of coping stones to choose from. You can even choose a material that matches or contrasts with your paving for a move dramatic effect. With a wide range of design options, you can create something truly original.
BENEFITS OF COPINGS AND CARVED STONE
As we mentioned before, copings protect your walls from weather damage. Coping stones are often sawn from sandstone, limestone, travertine and basalt to name a few. There will always be a material that matches the look and feel you are trying to achieve. Whether you want a polished look or a rustic feel, our expert masons can advise which coping stone material and type they would recommend for your design.
COPING STONE CHOICES
There are many types of stone to choose from. From twice weathered coping that allows water to flow off both sides to once weathered coping that slopes only one way. You can also have flat coping and curved coping. Or, for something a little more bespoke, we offer carved stone which gives a unique, modern look to your project. The choice is yours.