We can take care of part or the whole process from start to finish of you would like, from Technical Consultation, Quotation, Manufacture, Installation and Aftercare.

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Aftercare

Aftercare

What is Procter Cast Stone's aftercare service? Not only is the installation of cast stone an important factor but the aftercare and maintenance is too. By ensuring the upkeep of your cast stone, your products will remain in perfect condition which allows for a more...

Technical Consultation

Technical Consultation

Our technical staff provide free consultation to architects, other specifiers and self-builders in order to assist in the selection and design of all cast stone features. Involving us at an early stage in a project ensures that all issues can be taken into account...

Installation

Installation

Advantages of using the Procter Cast Stone installation service Choosing who installs your cast stone is very important. Whether the project is a large home, period building, new build or commercial development, the difference between a good installation and a poor...

Bespoke Design

Bespoke Design

In addition to our comprehensive range of standard products, we very much specialise in the manufacture of individually designed cast stone features to meet specific project requirements. Although some of the bespoke architectural features we manufacture are done so...

Plinths

Plinths

Cast stone plinths provide a base for another item which could be a column or free-standing features such as an urn or statue. Plinth blocks are individual units which, when used together, form the base to a wall or large plinth and are typically chamfered to create a...

Parapet Copings

Parapet Copings

We manufacture the highest quality vapour cured and durable parapet copings. Parapet copings are generally used in circumstances when the roof meets the external walls. These copings can help disperse rainwater in the building designers chosen a direction as well as...

Ashlar wall cladding

Ashlar wall cladding

Ashlar walling are typically more cost-effective than the quarried stone alternatives.  The reason that artificial stone cladding is so much more cost effective than real stone cladding is that natural stone ashlar walling has to be sawn to very precise tolerances and...

Quoins

Quoins

Cast stone quoins are the stones which form the corner of a building and can be both structural and for visual effect, or just the latter.  In an architectural sense, quoins are typically used to create a feeling of strength and as a visual frame to a building. They...

String Course

String Course

A string course, which is also called a band course, is used as a horizontal feature within a wall. Procter Cast Stone string courses are aesthetically attractive and help break up large expanses of brickwork. A string course can either be installed flush with the...

Window Door Mullion

Window Door Mullion

Window mullions are a structural element which divide two or more adjacent windows and have been used for many centuries with their first appearance in European architectural being in the 12th century. As a key architectural element, mullions are still popular today...

Window and Door Heads and Lintels

Window and Door Heads and Lintels

A window head is the single stone which spans the aperture above a window, and a door head spanning the aperture above the door. These are non-structural decorative features that enhance the visual appearance of a project. Our standard cast stone window heads and door...

Cills

Cills

Cast Stone cills (or sills) for windows and doors manufactured by Procter Cast Stone, are available in either standard or bespoke profiles. Stooled cills are available with either 100mm or 150mm stools. Slip cills are installed within the window opening. Bay cills...

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