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Guillotined Stone for cladding or building

Guillotined Stone for cladding or building

Guillotined stone is available in different sizes to suit your build.  We recommend building the stone onto a breeze block skin or SureCav.
If it is necessary to build onto a cavity we recommend using a minimum depth of 140mm. Guillotined stone must always be built on the bed. Coverage figures will alter depending on depth of bed, build type and breakages etc.

100mm                          Coverage of approximately 2.9 sq m per 600kg bag
120mm                          Coverage of approximately 2.75 sq m per 600kg bag
140mm                          Coverage of approximately 2.5 sq m per 600kg bag
180mm                          Coverage of approximately 2.1 sq m per 600kg bag

Per square metre, the most cost effective depth is 140mm

You can achieve two very different effects using guillotined stone.  A dry effect showing no mortar and a wet effect where the mortar is clearly visable. 

Made in ScotlandMade in Scotland

Phone: 01382 370220

Fax: 01382 370722



Address: Pitairlie Quarry, Denfind Farm

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