These iconic mushroom-shaped stones, historically made from wood, were commonly used to support granaries, warding off pesky vermin and moisture. Numerous localized variations evolved with bases from cylindrical to rectangular or almost triangular. The round top prevented rodents from entering, and the air circulating beneath the grains ensured their dryness. Today, the Borderstone Staddlestone is simply used ornamentally, such as distinguishing cast stone boundary markers, or to line driveways.
All deliveries are made on a pallet
All deliveries are made using a tail lift vehicle and an electric pump truck .
Deliveries are kerbside , however if there is access with the pump truck the courier will put it on the drive
They will never take the products further than this and will never unwrap the package
The courier will not take away the packaging .
We only deliver to mainland Britain excluding Ireland