Coursed Stone Cladding Slips

15-30mm thickness

Coursed Stone Cladding Slips are cut from full-faced pieces of traditional coursed walling stone to a thickness of 15-30mm.

The coursed build style is formed of rectangular shaped stones sawn top and bottom in an architectural building style, typically with three set heights (ours are 65mm, 140mm and 215mm). We cut slim faces to create our natural stone cladding slips. Choose from sandstone, limestone, slate and quartzite, in various colours. Our stone wall cladding slips have matching L-shaped corners for exterior walling; approved adhesive also available.

National Delivery

All online orders will be delivered by Palletways, kerbside delivery only with tail-lift and manual pump, see Delivery for full info.

Our own lorries can accommodate 14-28 bags and have a crane hiab, call us on 01981 241541 for more info.

Speak with a Stone Specialist

Any further questions or queries please don’t hesitate to phone, email or come visit our showroom in Pontrilas and we’ll be happy to help.

Call: 01981 241541    

Frequently asked questions

  • Can there be lead times?

    We try our best to produce and hold as much stock as we can here at Black Mountain Quarries however, each day varies depending on orders. If an item isn’t in stock or the quantity you require isn’t, then there will be lead times as we would need to get hold of quarry block, the saw, crop and produce the stone before its available.

  • Shall I book my builder in before ordering the stone?

    No, we recommend you ordering the product and have the items on site before organising the builder. This is to avoid any delays either with the product/s or delivery. We will not be held as liable for any changes relating to delays of tradesmen work.

  • Do the cladding slips come on a board?

    No, the cladding slips are individual pieces of a stone, just like a tile. This allows you to use the cladding slips and build your wall to look just like a full thickness traditional building stone would. By keeping these as individual pieces of stone this avoids any horizontal or vertical lines which cladding panels create.