Coping stones

A wall is not complete without a coping stone on top. Harris Quarries produce many types of topping stones and can reproduce new cappings to resemble old ones. The most cost-effective way of topping a wall is to use a 50mm-thick flat coping stone. The only slight drawback to this is that rainwater may sit on the top, whereas if the top was weathered (pointed or sloped) the water will run off. Although this type of topper is slightly more expensive than the cast materials usually available, we believe it is not worth compromising on quality for such a small difference in cost. Please contact us and see how little that difference can be.

Why not get in touch?

If you would like to know more about the various different styles or shapes of coping stones we offer, then please do not hesitate to contact us using the contact details located at the top of this page or feel free to send us an online message using the contact form located here.