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.


Newly Quarried and Recycled Natural Stone



At Tradstocks we work newly quarried stone and recycle salvaged natural stone materials. With our modern masonry yards and specialist experience, we offer clients a comprehensive range of products and services.

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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Our Website

May 2017

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For current availability and prices call us on 01786 850400 or email info@tradstocks.co.uk

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News And Latest Offers

Promotional Video

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Scottish Whin Namestones & Datestones

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BT Sport Filming at Tradstocks

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Recent work in Bridge of Allan

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Reclaimed Whin Setts

Approx 350 tonnes of good quality reclaimed Whin Setts available ex stock. Average dimensions: [..]

Tradstocks Open Day 2015

John Swinney MSP, Deputy First Minister of Scotland, opens a new stone processing facility [..]