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We are one of Scotland’s major processors of natural stone for construction and hard landscaping. See how we get the stone from the ground to you in our video.

Tradstocks New Whin Setts.

We now produce a range of Scottish Whinstone Setts. These traditional paving stones are extremely hard and durable, produced with an attractive and slip resistant textured surface. Sawn Sided Setts – Flamed Top

Tradstocks Lomond Walling

  Further to supplying this material for the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park threshold signage, we now offer this type of attractive Scottish stone to all our customers. Please get in touch if you think this walling may be suitable for your project. It can be supplied either per tonne in bulk or bags for landscaping walls or regularised […]

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Visiting our Thornhill Yard during Lockdown

Due to the current situation we are advising appointment only viewing & Pick-up at Tradstocks, Thornhill. Please feel free to call 01786 850400 to make an appointment. We appreciate your understanding and further custom.  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 […]

New Build Houses

We specialise in providing natural stone for new build housing. *View our Gallery*    

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Scottish Whin Namestones & Datestones

Our dark Scottish Whin is ideal for sandblasting and engraving. Suitable for house names, numbers etc.    

Tradstocks Factory Opening

John Swinney MSP, Deputy First Minister of Scotland, opens a new stone processing facility at Tradstocks, Stirling.