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Torus Stonecraft are Edinburgh based Stonemasons specializing in all aspects of stone repair, with an impressive portfolio of high profile work spanning 20 years. Whether your project is large or small, we have the skills and experience to provide exceptional service and craftsmanship.
About Torus Stonecraft
Over 20 years experience in the trade of Stonemasonry.
Time-served Stonemason at St Mary's Cathedral in Edinburgh, gaining SVQ Level 3 - Advanced Certificate in Stonemasonry.
Competed in stone cutting competitions at National level.
18 months teaching Apprentices at St Mary's Cathedral.
10 years experience with an established stone conservation company, taking on a vast array of projects including Rosslyn Chapel, Edinburgh Castle and St Giles Cathedral.
Experience in all aspects of stonework, including stone replacement, architectural carving, re-building boundary and garden walls, re-pointing, new build, restoration, conservation and stone cleaning.
Advanced Certificate in Stonemasonry (SVQ Level 3)
Member of Edinburgh Trusted Trader
CSCS Gold Card holder
Public Liability InsuranceLimit of indemnity: £2,000,000.00
Valid until: 7th Jan 2019
Public liability Insurance
This covers your property, or the property of a third party, in the event of damage caused by works. It DOES NOT cover poor workmanship
The policy may contain conditions that could restrict the cover.
We have not verified this policy and recommend you verify it covers everything you need before agreeing to any work.
Professional indemnity insurance
This provides cover for losses arising out of professional errors in design and/or specifications offered as part of their service. It DOES NOT cover poor workmanship
This insurance is typically used by architects, designers, engineers, and design & build contractors.
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