Stancliffe Stone
Grange Mill Matlock
United Kingdom
Phone: 01629 653000
Fax: 01629 650996

Stancliffe Stone has the largest reserves of British dimensional stone in the UK, sourced from well established quarries located across England, the lowlands of Scotland and Wales - most being actively worked since the 1800’s.

Due to the longevity of our reserves, we are able to provide consistency in stone supply for multiple phase developments spanning several years.

Our exclusive value engineered natural sandstone cladding range can virtually be used on any application making it possible to design imaginative, aesthetically pleasing facades, which enhance the built environment using modern construction methods.

Stancliffe’s Natural British Sandstone Cladding Offers:
- Comprehensive Range of Dimensions
- Range of Colours from a Natural Sandstone Palette.
- Cost effective Solutions.
- Technical Assurances and Independent Testing.
- Excellent Sustainability Credentials.
- Easy access to cladding information including case studies.
- Order on-line through the Stone Shop at

Involving Stancliffe Stone from concept stage will ensure that you realise your design effectively.

Talk to Us – we provide advice on suitability of individual stones, availability, through to finish and fixing.

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