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Grey Burford reconstituted stone walling is available in a variety of course heights and lengths to match most stone requirements and offers three types of finished textures.

Bekstone walling looks authentic, attractive, delivers high levels of durability and is readily accepted by urban and rural planning authorities.

The Bekstone Walling range offers a cost effective alternative to natural stone, clay brick and other cladding / building materials.


Finishing Options


Tumbled stone has a rough irregular shape and finish that replicates old weathered stone. It is especially popular in rural areas such as the Cotswold's and the South West. It is an authentic cost effective alternative to natural stone that is readily accepted and approved by local planning authorities and conservationists.

Bekstone Walling Tumbled Finish

Split has a slightly uneven finish to its face which looks similar to rough hewn stone. It's often preferred to brick due to the range of course heights and lengths. It can be laid in either a coursed pattern or to create a more authentic appearance use two or more course height blocks.

Bekstone Walling Split Finish

Pitched is similar to naturally quarried and dressed stone. It has a rough raised profile that produces the subtle, authentic rugged appearance of traditional tooled stone found in many Limestone and Sandstone areas. It is available in a range of block heights, lengths and colours and is found in many rural and urban areas.

Bekstone Walling Pitched Finish