Edinburgh Stonecraft Ltd

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Edinburgh Stonecraft Ltd

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About Edinburgh Stonecraft Ltd

Edinburgh Stonecraft was currently set up by myself David Halliday in 2006. It provides customers with Stonemasonry and Hard Landscaping services in Edinburgh and further a field.Call us for a fixed quote or simply just advice thats always free .

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Edinburgh Stonecraft Ltd rated for Bricklayer in Edinburgh

5

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27 total ratings 0 last 30 days 2 last 6 months 2 last 12 months

09 Jun 2019

Gardener / Landscape gardeners

Excellent experience dealing with David, He was very professional and the work completed was to a high standard and at a competitive price. David has an excellent work ethic and I would not hesitate to employ his company in the future.

, EH16

12 May 2019

Stoneworker / Stonemason

Appreciate the quick response, great communication and final result for the stone gate refurbishment. Fantastic work by Dave, would love to deal with him again. Cheers

, EH14

20 Jun 2018

Bricklayer

Could not rate Edinburgh Stonecraft high enough, so happy with the excellent workmanship, Dave provided a high quality service and I would not hesitate to recommend him to others. Mary Bell

, FK2

04 Jul 2018

Bricklayer

we are very please with the work it was better than i thougth and it looks great he is a good work would recamde him thank you

, KY1

28 Dec 2017

Bricklayer

Excellent work & service

, EH21

07 Sep 2016

Stoneworker / Stonemason

Very happy with the work carried out by Dave. Quick to quote and complete. No mess left after and very happy with the workmanship. I would reccomend

, EH26

27 May 2016

Stoneworker / Stonemason

David was completely reliable - notified me when the job was to start, tidied up really well at the end and charged exactly what he'd quoted. The work he has done on the front of my house is that of an artist! Everyone round about here has been admiring it (and they're not slow to say if they think something's not up to scratch!) The pointing to the stonework on part of the house has really improved what had been a collection of ad-hoc repairs.

, EH44

08 Nov 2017

Stoneworker / Stonemason

excellent all round job

, EH4

27 Oct 2014

Stoneworker / Stonemason

Excellent experience with this firm. Wasn't the cheapest quote I had but I had a good feeling about them from the start. Gave me a start date and contacted me beforehand to explain that they would be a day late as weather conditions prevented them from finishing previous job on time - good customer service. Extremely pleased with the quality of the finished job and was kept fully up to date with progress/issues etc. Dave andMark were a pleasure to deal with. Would use again without hesitation.

, KY12

10 Jul 2014

Bricklayer

Made an excellent job of pointing the sandstone at front of house. Toned in well with the stone colour. Kept me informed throughout of what he was doing and clearly has a real passion and skill for his trade. Would certainly recommend him to others.

, EH4

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Edinburgh Stonecraft Ltd answered questions about Bricklayer in Edinburgh

's question
Thu 29 May 2014 17:21pm

I have a georgian house built around 1820 which requires the front wall and some or te side wall repointing. I am told lime mortar was used in the build, should it be used in the repointing?

  • David Halliday's Answer
    Thu 29 May 2014 20:24pm

    Robbie, You should most definately use lime mortar. You will need an N.h.l 3.5 lime mortar. The mortar ratio should 5: 2 that's two lime which is the binder and five sand which is the aggregate. Do not put cement anywhere near a lime mortar building as this just traps moisture behind the building fabric and causes various problems! Dave

's question
Mon 26 May 2014 9:23am

We need back of our Edwardian house repointed to match existing pointing and damaged brick replaced to match existing. Bricks are dropping as result so need this attending to - we have had advice on minor movement. Which category do I choose.

  • David Halliday's Answer
    Wed 28 May 2014 19:57pm

    Kate, Post your job under bricklayer Dave

Areas serviced

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Top trades offered by Edinburgh Stonecraft Ltd

Bricklayer

Garden Wall

Chimney Building / Repair

Pointing / Repointing

Builder

Chimney Building / Repair

Floor fitters

Stone / Concrete Paving

Gardener / Landscape gardeners

Garden Wall

Landscaping

Stone / Concrete Paving