Stone gateposts have stood the test of time. Indeed many will last over a hundred years until they need replacing, either through natural erosion or man-made damage. It is quite often the case that one of a pair of gateposts will weather much faster than the other due to being closer to a wall or building or being in a wind trap. Harris Quarries have many years’ experience in matching and fitting gateposts; in many instances, once fitted, it is hard to tell the old from the new.
When measuring up for a stone gate it is the usual practice to add anything from 300 to 600mm to go below ground. This gives good stability, especially if you’re hanging a particularly heavy gate on the post. It is possible to repair a broken gatepost using epoxy resins and stainless steel dowels, but the post will never look quite as good as it once did and the joint is almost impossible to disguise. Harris Quarries offer a full fitting service or delivery to the home. For a small fee your new gatepost will be dropped into place by our state-of-the-art insertion method. Call us to find out more.
Can’t find the stone you want? Harris Quarries offer a stone matching and fitting service. Contact us for more details.
Rotherham Red section gate post, middle and bottom parts replaced due to heavy erosion
Limestone gatepost hand dressed with drafted quoin corners and carved pillar cap
Chunky Yorkstone sectional gatepost
Rotherham Red hand dressed
walling stone gatepost with
curved punch face textured pillar cap
gritstone gatepost with
flat sawn pillar
One piece solid finish
Pitched-faced random stone
gatepost with heavy flat
champhered pillar cap
Grit stone gatepost
Bretton Moor gatepost
Detailed pilar cap
Heavy style gatepost
Heavy tooled and painted post
Why not get in touch?
If you would like to know more about the various different styles or shapes of gateposts 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.