An Ashlar Block is a block with square corners made to given dimensions. It is generally rectangular with a plain smooth face. Our Ashlar products are versatile and are used for various projects. We use the finest quality materials in making our Ashlar stone, and our experts can guide you to making the right choices for your project needs. Here are the answers to the most common questions asked by our customers to help you understand Ashlar Blocks.
At Click Cast Stone we supply from stock A1 Ashlars Blocks in Bath, Buff and Portland; A3 Ashlar Blocks in Bath and A5 Ashlar Blocks in Bath and Buff.
Ashlar walling is made of Ashlar Blocks laid in courses, whereas rubble walling is made of uncoursed, random shaped stone units.
Ashlar blocks are most commonly laid in Stretcher Bond i.e. laying the longest length horizontal and having the vertical joints staggered by half the length of the block from course to course as demonstrated below.
The best way of achieving a corner detail is to use Quoin Stones as demonstrated below.
Cast Stone Ashlars Blocks have a seamless stone texture and are a popular choice to use for decorative features on properties. They are commonly used within the architectural and construction sectors. Ashlar Blocks have a smooth finish overall with colour and texture consistency.
Our Cast Stone Ashlar Blocks are available in a range of sizes:
Whilst not in stock, other sizes are available. Contact us on 01909 775 000 or e-mail us on [email protected].
The weights of our Ashlar products sold on Click Cast Stone are:
At Click Cast Stone we have A1 Ashlar packs consisting of 32No blocks in Bath, Buff & Portland colours.
Yes, our Ashlar Blocks come with smooth finished ends making them ideal for window or door openings.
Browse our range of Ashlar Blocks on our website. A 4-working day delivery is available if you select express delivery at the checkout and we can also create a bespoke solution for your project requirements. Get in touch with us today by calling on 01909 775 000 or email us at [email protected].