Plinth courses are often found at the base of a wall to provide a break between the masonry and external ground level. A plinth course may also be used to provide a junction between two different finishes, for example, between stone walling and render, as it provides a clean line where the transition takes place.
Details within a sandstone plinth are usually limited to a plain or chamfered design, however it is possible to incorporate a more ornate detail within the stone if required.
In order to manufacture some of our most popular plinth course styles Cumbrian Stone would require the following sizes:
Any internal or external corners will need to be counted separately as these will need to be cut and dressed to suit.