News And Latest Offers
New Scottish Whin
We are now offering our own Scottish Whin. An extremely hard wearing indigenous stone, historically used for Setts and Kerbstones throughout Scotland and beyond. It is a very versatile material and we can now supply it for paving, wa
Whin Coursed Walling
We are now producing a range of Scottish Whin Walling. Unique colour and extremely hard wearing. Available in random length at 100mm bed width in 65/140/215 standard course heights.
We’ve recently completed a number of one-off special feature stones. From the landmark replica Brigness Slab in Bo’ness to various garden features, we can use a combination of techniques including CAD/CAM, CNC machining and hand finishing by our skilled masons.
Tradstocks Lomond Walling
Further to supplying this material for the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park threshold signage we are keen to start offering this attractive local stone to all our customers, please get in touch if you think this walling may be suitable for your project. It coul
Granite Dock Edging
At the moment we have a considerable stocks of superb quality Granite Dock Edging. Each stone has an slightly angled front face with rounded top edge. Average dimensions are: 1500mm x 1000mm x 400mm in height. We could cut to size if required. Please call for details. Nationwide deliv
Approximately 60m2 of these versatile and attractive, silver grey granite cubes. Dimensions: 80 x 80 x 80mm, with a sawn base, cropped sides and flamed textured surface. Available for ex stock for immediate delivery. Additional available to order
Reclaimed Kerbs and Setts
We have significant stocks of good quality Reclaimed Granite Kerbs please contact us with your requirements.
In 2008 Tradstocks sucessfully took over the equipment and premises of what was formerly Scottish Natural Stones Ltd at West
Following the purchase of a 22acre site on the western outskirts of Stirling we have submitted a planning application to construct a natural stone sales office and manufacturing facility. All going well we hope to commence construction later in 2011.
Several hundred tonnes available. Free delivery in Stirling area.