Procter Cast Stone Copings and Railings Are Now Available
Procter Cast Stone can now supply cast stone copings and steel railings, so clients only have to deal with one supplier and they can be sure that the copings and railings will fit together exactly as they should. Clients can specify standard or bespoke coping stones and, because the railings come from a sister division of the same company, Procter Fencing Systems, the railings can also be of a standard or bespoke design. An installation service is available if required.
Wall coping stones can be supplied in a choice of profiles and in a variety of standard colours, or customer-specified designs and shades can be manufactured to order. Railings are fabricated from steel and finished with corrosion-resistant galvanising and a tough, low-maintenance and long-lasting powder-coated finish. While the most popular standard colour is black, other colours can also be specified. Procter Fencing Systems offers a broad choice of standard railings in traditional, ornate and contemporary styles, or the company can manufacture bespoke railings to architects’ designs.
The combination of copings and railings is very traditional, yet contemporary designs can be used to impressive effect around new buildings, residential properties, offices, commercial premises and schools. Procter’s coping stones and railings are therefore proving popular both for the refurbishment of older premises and for installation on new builds.
When architects, specifiers and premises owners source the copings and railings from one supplier, it eliminates any doubts about compatibility, simplifies the procurement process and generally reduces project risk. Overall, the single-sourcing approach can reduce costs, risk, and the time and effort needed for project management.
If the main contractor is to undertake the installation, Procter provides detailed instructions for installing the coping stones and the railings. Alternatively, the company can complete the installation as well, using its own skilled workforce rather than sub-contractors, which results in even greater benefits for the client.
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