Does Yorkshire Stone Add Value To Your Property?

Yorkshire stone company supplies award winning build project

Using Yorkstone To Add Value To Your Property Many people ask this question and here at The Yorkshire Stone Co the answer is always a resounding Yes. I mean, when you add real quality Yorkshire stone to any build project or build your home using Yorkstone your property will always be desirable to those that […]

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Yorkshire Stone For Building

home built using Yorkshire stone punched face

Many of our frequent customers will know already about our sawn bed York stone, but we thought we would take some snaps of how it looks on the buildings and structures when they have left the quarries. Stone can look like stone when it’s on a pallet, but when it’s added to a building, wall […]


Why choose reclaimed Yorkstone walling for your building project?

Easy to build with 140mm Yorkshire Stone

Demand for reclaimed Yorkstone walling is growing as increasing numbers of house builders, property developers and self builders come to understand the benefits of using it. Here’s why so many people are opting for reclaimed instead of new materials for their projects. Reclaimed Yorkshire stone looks great Yorkshire stone is an attractive building material when […]


Reclaimed Sandstone Walling for Peak District Building Projects

Building with reclaimed Yorkshire stone

Yorkshire Stone Company’s 140mm reclaimed sandstone walling is an ideal choice for anyone building in the conservation areas of the Peak District, such as those in Castleton, Hathersage, Glossop and Chapel-en-le-Frith. Using the right building materials is often a key consideration in decisions about whether to approve planning applications in conservation areas, as councillors and […]


Choose Reclaimed 140mm Walling Stone For Easier Matching

easy to match Yorkshire stone

One of the main problems anyone planning to build an extension to a stone-built property faces is finding walling that is a good match for the existing stone. No-one wants the two-tone look that comes from using new sandstone alongside weathered Yorkstone, but searching for reclaimed materials that are an exact match can result in […]