Welcome to Silverland Stone
Silverland Stone is a long established hard landscape company supplying natural stone and concrete products on a national basis. Our Head Office is based at Chertsey with Landscape Centres situated to the south west of London in Surrey and Hampshire.
We offer the widest range of natural stone products sourced from the UK and around the world. As the largest importer of Indian natural stone paving, we provide unequalled choice and assurance of quality on an impressive range of sandstone, limestone, slate, granite and quartzite paving.
Aerial TourSilverland Stone offers a unique insight to our award winning display areas with this fantastic aerial tour. View our displays from a different point of view as well as our extensively stocked yard.
The Fire Pit Centre has a great selection of Natural Boulder Gas Fire Pits perfect at keeping you warm on autumnal evenings. All in stock at the moment, now is the perfect time to get yours in time for bonfire night.
We are open 7 days a week, so come and visit us to find your new Fire Pit.
Long Granite Fire Pit Boulder
Basalt Fire Pit Boulder
Large Granite Fire Pit Boulder
Pear Granite Fire Pit Boulder
Silverland Stone is now open for the forthcoming season, a brand new display area is currently under construction, showcasing the latest patio, shingle and block paving solutions. Please come and view first hand our wide range of products, including Indian Sandstone, English Yorkstone, Limestone, Slate and Granite. There are also a variety of Aggregates, Pebbles and Rockery, not to mention our bespoke items such as Rainbow Sandstone Spheres, Water Features and Floating Granite Stones.
2014 has seen the introduction of Outdoor Living at Silverland Stone. Our new display has been built which includes a Renson roof, barbecue, accesories and a pizza oven brilliantly designed by Leo Munday. Silverland Stone also returned to Chelsea Flower show with a four star design award for the stand which included yet another outdoor living area and also Silverlands famous rainbow balls which were both featured in national newspapers.