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Tradstocks: Scottish Natural Stone Suppliers
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MADE OF SCOTLAND - Iconic Scottish stone with ethical provenance
MADE OF SCOTLAND - Iconic Scottish stone with ethical provenance

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Are you interested in where stone comes from?
All our stone is 100% MADE OF SCOTLAND.
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This is a great example of our Random Stone Walling.

Random everything! Random sizes and heights, and random coarses help create a wonderfully style.

Cut from our exclusive natural Scottish stone, with matching architectural components such as cornerstones and window surrounds.

Visit tradstocks.co.uk for more information and to order a smaple pack of our exclusive Scottish stones.
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Glasgow Bridge Repairs and Replacements.

We were able to make repairs to Glasgow's stone bridges by sourcing matching stone that could replace damaged blocks perfectly. The importance of aesthetic continuity was paramount so only the same Scottish stone could be used.

At tradstocks we are Scottish stone experts so knew exactly where to source the stone from. Viewing the bridge it's quite difficult to tell which components have been replaced, good job team!

Visit tradstocks.co.uk for more information and to order samples of our exclusive Scottish stones.
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Scottish WWII Memorial: Edinburgh Castle.

Created from our exclusive Scottish Whin, solid stone benches form the memorial to Scotland's soldiers in WWII in Edinburgh Castle and an area of poignant reflection.

Natural stone allowed designers to introduce a new addition to ancient surroundings that was consistent with it's surroundings.

Visit tradstocks.co.uk for more information on Scottish Whin natural stone and order a sample pack.
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Edinburgh Tram Service platform edges.

The edges of select platforms on the Edinburgh Tram Network were created from our exclusive Scottish stone so that millions of visitors each year take their first steps onto stone rather than concrete.

We used our natural Scottish Whin Stone to shape the hard-wearing kerbs, visit tradstocks.co.uk to order a smaple of Scottish Whin along with our other exclusive stones.
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Natioanl Parks Entrance Markers:

We created markers for the boundary of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park from Scottish stone quarried nearby. The random dry stone walling design called for precision engineering and stonemasonry.

VISIT TRADSTOCKS.CO.UK FOR MORE INFORMATION
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Stone paving for St.Andrew's University quadrangle.

Scottish sandstones matched to traditional existing stylings and cut to precision design plans so as to be delivered ready for placement.

Visit tradstocks.co.uk for more information and to request a sample pack of stones or callback.
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Gorgeous aerial view of St.Salvador's Quadrangle at St.Andrew's University showing the renewed sandstone paving designed and supplied by Tradstocks.

We used our expertise to colour match Scottish stone to the surrounding building and design the intricate cutting plans that form every piece of paving seen here.

Visit tradstocks.co.uk for more information and to request a sample pack of our exclusive Scottish stones.
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Scottish Whin stone used for traditional cobblestone setts in Kelso Town Square rejuvenation.

Whin is a traditional and hard wearing stone perfect for cobbles. It's the traditional stone of Scotland and exclusive to us at Tradstocks.

Visit tradstocks.co.uk for more information and to order a sample pack of our Scottish stones. MADE OF SCOTLAND.
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Natural Stone Paving: Blocks of our exclusive Scottish Whin stone delivered cut-to-size and ready for placement in the renovation of a 300 year old country home.

Scottish Whin is exclusive to us at Tradstocks, and the stone traditionally used throughout Scotland before the advent of concrete forced quarries to close. We re-introduced Whin and ramian the only quarry in the world to produce it.

Visit tradstocks.co.uk for more information and to order a sample pack of Scottish stone.
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