Scotland's Leading Stone Suppliers

The Timeless Beauty Of Natural Stone


If you require Natural Stone for an entire building, extension, restoration or landscaping project, Tradstocks have been quarrying, cutting and supplying natural stone products since 1992.


Welcome to our Website

For all enquiries please email us at info@tradstocks.co.uk and we will be back in touch with you soon.


Visiting our Thornhill Yard

**Please note our Office will be closed from Monday 8th July for our Summer Shutdown week and will reopen Monday 15th July ** 

If you wish to visit us at our Thornhill yard, please call 01786 850400 in advance to make an appointment.  This is to ensure someone will be available to discuss your requirements.



Opening Times for appointments: Monday-Thursday 9am - 4pm / Friday 9am - 3pm

Made in Scotland – Sustainable and Value for Money

The majority of our stone is sourced from local quarries, cut and dressed at our own centrally located masonry yards and then delivered by our own specialised vehicles. We are manufacturers, not simply merchants and do not import raw materials from overseas.

Our range of products are genuine value for money, providing a far greater visual appeal and added value than man made imitations.



 

New Build Houses

We specialise in providing natural stone for new build housing.


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News And Latest Offers

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