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Stonemasons in Truro

​​There are plenty of good local stonemasons in Truro who come well recommended by your neighbours.

We have two quick and easy ways to find a reliable local stonemasonry services near you:

  1. Search for local stonemasons in Truro and contact them yourself

  2. Use our handy request a quote feature and we’ll find them for you – tell us what you need doing, we’ll reach out to recommended stonemasonry experts in your area and they'll contact you directly.

What is a stonemason?

The definition of a stonemason is a skilled professional who cuts, prepares, and builds with stone for a living. Local stonemasons will work on a wide variety of projects using all kinds of stone, including slate, marble, granite, limestone and sandstone.

The goal of a stonemason’s work is to build, repair or maintain any type of stone objects, structures, statues, and buildings. Basically, if you need help with a project that involves using stone in any form, a stonemason is most likely the tradesperson you want to call.

Many stonemasons will regularly carry out a range of stonemasonry work, while others choose to specialise in a particular area. By specialising in one area of stonemasonry, a master stonemason can become extremely experienced and develop specialist stonemason skills in that area – such as carving headstones or creating decorative stone finishes for buildings.

Need help from a local stonemason?

Whether you need a stone ornament repaired or you’re planning to build an entire structure using stone, it’s always good to get advice from local stonemasons before you get started.

Find the best local tradespeople near you with our quick and easy online search. Or request a quote and we’ll reach out to multiple local stonemasons for you and they’ll get in touch with you directly.

What does a stonemason do?

There are a wide range of services that local stonemasons offer, depending on the individual stonemason’s experience and interests. Here are some of the most common stonemasonry work that a local stonemason will carry out:

  • Conservation and restoration of a wide range of stonework

  • Repairing old houses, churches and monuments Preparing and installing stonework for window frames and archways

  • Cutting and preparing stonework for building interiors

  • Preparing, carving and/or repairing headstones and statues

  • Sourcing and cutting marble

  • Dressing stone and building walls

  • Interpreting technical drawings to create stone structures and buildings

  • Providing technical support and advice to historians and conservationists

Most stonemasons also offer a consultancy service to help you develop ideas and requirements for any project that involves using stone as part of the core materials. An experienced local stonemason will work to help you achieve the best possible finish for your stonework.

Want to speak to stonemasonry experts in Truro?

Sometimes it helps to have a quick chat with local stonemasons to understand what options are available in your area and how much they’ll cost.

If you’re ready to reach out to local stonemasonry services, you’re in the right place. We can help you find the best tradespeople in your area with our quick and easy online search – or request a quote and we’ll get multiple local stonemasons to contact you directly.

How much does a stonemason charge in the UK?

Stonemason costs in the UK vary quite considerably, depending on the nature and scale of the stonemasonry project that you’re hiring them for. The bigger and more complex the project, the higher the stonemason cost will be.

As a guide, the hourly rate for a stonemason in the UK is around £10 - £20 per hour. If you’re quoted a day rate then you can expect to pay somewhere in the region of £100 - £200 per day.

Factors affecting stonemason costs

There are a number of factors that will affect how much you pay for stonemasonry work, including:

  • Size and complexity of the project

  • Type of stone

  • Quantity and quality of materials used

  • Experience of the individual stonemason

  • Any specialist stonemasonry needed, such as decorative stone restoration

It’s always worth chatting through the details of your stonemasonry project with local stonemasons, so that you can get their professional advice and recommendations.

Quotes for stonemason costs

To get accurate stonemason costs in your area, we always recommend getting at least three quotes from local tradespeople near you. By shopping around you can make sure you're paying a fair and competitive price for the work.

Thankfully, our request a quote tool makes getting multiple quotes super easy. Simply post details about the work that you need help with and we’ll send it out to the best local stonemasons in your area, who will contact you directly. Try it out – it's quick and easy!

What is a stonemason job?

As a stonemason, you work with stone in a number of different ways involving cutting, preparing, shaping, restoring and decorating with stone. The job will often involve:

  • building stone walls or fitting cladding

  • repairing damaged stonework on buildings and monuments

  • carving or repairing statues, memorial headstones and other stone structures

  • making and fitting stonework, such as window frames, archways and ornamental garden features

Key stonemason skills

A good stonemason will demonstrate the following set of skills:

  • Ability to work well with their hands

  • An understanding and working knowledge of building and construction

  • Initiative and paying attention to detail

  • Physical fitness and ability to handle heavy stone materials with excellent coordination and care

  • Excellent communication skills to both listen and interpret a customer brief and express the recommended approach to stonemasonry projects

Stonemason qualifications

In the UK, there are several routes to becoming a stonemason, including college courses, apprenticeships and on the job training. Some of the most popular courses for stonemasons are:

  • Diploma in Stonemasonry

  • Certificate in Construction Skills

  • Stonemasonry apprenticeships in industry

  • Advanced apprenticeship in stonemasonry heritage skills

Find the best local stonemasons

If you’re keen to get started with your home improvement project and need the help of a stonemason, we can help you find the best local tradespeople near you – including those who come highly recommended by your neighbours.

You can either use our quick and easy online search to find and contact local stonemasonry services yourself. Or, alternatively, request a quote and we’ll do the legwork for you by reaching out to the best local stonemasons near you and we’ll get them to contact you directly.

What is masonry work?

Masonry, as opposed to stonemasonry, is the term that refers to building structures using single units of a variety of materials that are laid and bound together with mortar. The most common masonry materials used in construction are brick, stone and concrete blocks. Stonemasonry is considered a type of masonry, specifically focused on working with stone.

Brick masonry is extremely popular, with bricklayers being highly skilled in working with bricks to build structures and buildings using bricks – among other materials. If you’re looking for a reliable local bricklayer, check out our guide on how to find a bricklayer.

Want to find out more about local stonemasonry services?

When planning a project that requires any kind of masonry work, it’s important to speak to local masonry specialists to understand what’s involved and how much it will cost. Experienced stonemasons or bricklayers will be able to advise on the options available and what you’ll need for your project.

Keen to get started? Search for the best local masonry companies in Truro and get in touch with them yourself. Alternatively, you can get multiple quotes from local stonemasons or bricklayers by using our request a quote feature – simply post details of what you need and we’ll get reliable local tradespeople to contact you directly.