Dry Stone Walling
Widely recognised as a classic characteristic of the British countryside, dry stone walls are unique as they are constructed without binding substances such as mortar or concrete. It involves interlocking the stones, ensuring that it is done in such a way that the wall holds itself up without additional assistance.
Historically, dry stone walls were used as a means of field division – miles and miles of these walls can be seen when driving around the countryside. The naturally beautiful area of Buxton is no different, the creamy/honey coloured stone walls can be seen stretching over the rolling green fields.
To build a wall without any means of a binding substance requires an experienced person trained in the art of stone masonary. At Mantraco Landscapes we have qualified stonemasons with generations of experience.
To give your property a traditional yet classic look. Contact us to for more information.
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