YOUR GUIDE TO COPING STONES AND PIER CAPS
See below for information on our different Coping Stones and Pier Caps products
Once weathered means a Coping Stone that slopes one way and are ideal for a wall where it is preferable to control what direction rainwater will run off.
Twice weathered Coping Stones are identified by the peak which is usually in the centre of the stone similar to a pitched roof. This central peak allows water to run off both sides of the coping stone and is most commonly used on garden walls and gable ends.
TWICE WEATHERED BEVELLED
A more ornate version of a twice weathered Coping Stone. The bevelled edge helps to bring character to a wall and the twice weathered allows the rain water to run off either side.
In contrast to the bevelled edge Coping Stone, this flat coping stone is a more modern style of stone. The flat shape makes this coping stone ideal for walls where railings need to be fixed on top or where it is a common place to sit on.
Chamfered flat Coping Stones are designed to give a more modern look whilst also providing a maximum level of protection. These Coping Stones are flat on the top so they are ideal for walls where railings are going to be fixed on the top.
Victorian Coping Stones are manufactured to match the old Coping Stones that would have been used on UK houses in the Victorian era.The Victorian Coping Stones have a flat top so they are perfect for walls where railings are to be fitted on top.
These are our standard range of Pier Caps and are pefect to finish and protect your brick pillars.
These Pier Caps provide a modern twist on the standard Apex Pier Caps and are also able to add extra height onto the brick pillars.
These Pier Caps are the ideal choice to add a grand appearance to your brick pillars.