Considine Liscannor Stone is a family owned and operated quarry based in Liscannor. Catering to customers in both the Irish and UK market, the high-quality stone can be used in the construction of fireplaces, conservatories, BBQ areas, entrance walls, patios, garden walls and in many home refurbishment and landscaping projects. All stone is quarried manually using the skills and quarrying techniques which have been passed down through the generations. Once the stone is extracted, it is then moved to their on-site workshop so that it can be processed and cut to meet the customer’s specification.
Building stone is used for house fronts, fireplaces, and entrance walls among many other applications. Varying in thickness from 2 to 6 inches the stone can be cut to suit each client’s specific requirements. Stone surrounding features are a popular way to incorporate a natural product into the design of your home. Stone requires virtually no maintenance and is a sustainable, weather proof and cost effective material.
Fireplaces & Stoves
A fireplace or stove can serve as an elegant focal point of any home. Considine’s Liscannor Stone has been supplying high-quality stone for use in fireplaces and stoves for over 100 years. Fireplaces can be constructed to each customer’s bespoke design. Whether you are looking for a traditional or more contemporary look, Considine’s Liscannor Stone can design and build a fireplace that is both functional and reflects your personal style.
Considine’s Liscannor Stone sources their stone from their own quarry in Co. Clare which guarantees a consistent supply. Over the years, they have worked with a diverse number of clients from a wide range of industries including landscape gardeners, architects, contractors and visual artists. Granite, limestone and sandstone products can be used for a multitude of building projects such as landscaping, patios, internal flooring, house facing, window sills, fireplaces, hearths, stove platforms, garden walls and much more. Call Considine’s Liscannor Stone today to discuss your project.
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|Address||Ardacra, Liscannor, Clare|