Castle Coping Stone - Twice Weathered - 375mm x 600mm - Buff11 Customer Reviews
Coping stones, used to cap free-standing walls.
- Protect walls from weather damage
- Provide an aesthetically-pleasing finish
- Manufactured from high-strength concrete
- Complete with drip checks (help to keep water away from the wall)
- Available in three different colours to suit your specific requirements
- One slope on the top of the coping stone surface, allowing water to run off into internal guttering
- Often used in places where water needs to be directed, such as on top of buildings
- There is a ridge in the middle of the coping stone, allowing water to run off both sides
- Often used in places where water does not need to be directed, such as on garden walls or balustrading
- Secured to the wall using Castle Coping Stone 2 Part PU Adhesive
- Can be coupled with matching Castle Pier Caps
*Coping stones are a handmade product. Because of this, there may be slight variation in the product size and colour. These small variations should not affect the installation of the product and should not be considered as flaws or defects*
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