PROJECT 13

Wrose, Bradford

02.11.18 - 28.11.18
DSWA Placement with Axis Walling

This residential property boundary wall in Wrose, Shipley, used to be a field wall during the industrial era. Between 2 to 10 courses of stone buried in the clay earth.

Stripping down, digging out and sorting stone was long process. Rainy conditions made things slow with greater need for care when carrying stone from wall to sorting area.

Steps had to be dug out and levelled for entire length of wall. Heavy clay mud and icy morning conditions made progress slow. The Wrose dry stone wall project was a good example why it is important to have good relations with the neighbours. All the stone had to be sorted on a neighbour's lawn.

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Our Services

Projects covered include:

  • Free estimates & quotations
  • Traditional dry stone walling
  • Retaining Walls
  • Cheek ends / wall heads
  • Garden walls
  • Field Walls
  • Gap Repairs
  • New walls with new or reclaimed stone
  • Boundary walls
  • Ornamental walls feature walls
  • Dry stone walls with mortared coping stones
  • Mortared walls

Areas We Cover

Lancashire boroughs of

  • Rossendale
  • Blackburn with Darwen
  • Hyndburn
  • Burnley
  • Pendle
  • and further afield ...

Services also extended to our nearest neighbours in:

  • Todmorden
  • Hebden Bridge
  • Sowerby Bridge
  • Littleborough
  • ...and everywhere within that geographical circle

Membership

Professional member of the Dry Stone Walling Association of Great Britain (DSWA).

I am a member of the Otley & Yorkshire Dales Branch of the DSWA.

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