18 July 2016
in Home & Garden Features | Oak Framed Buildings
We are happy to introduce granite and sandstone mushroom staddle stones (pad stones) to our range. Originally, mushroom staddle stones were used to raise granaries, hayricks and game larders off the ground to stop vermin from getting to the stored stocks. The shape was designed specifically to feature the wide cap (mushroom) at the top as this would work as a barrier to minimise the possibility of vermin gaining access to the building above. These days however, the stones are also popular as garden features due to their attractive nature making them a feature in their own right.
Recently added to our current offering of straight or tapered stones, are granite and sandstone mushroom staddle stones (as pictures below).
For more information including sizes and prices please follow the relevant link below:
Granite Mushroom Staddle Stone
Sandstone Mushroom Staddle Stone