Looking for a dry stone waller in Lancashire?
I’m Edd Marsh, a Ribble Valley, Lancashire-based dry stone waller with over 13 years’ experience in building and repairing walls, and owner of Bowland Dry Stone Walling.
I specialise in repairing and creating beautiful, durable, and safe dry stone walls for farms and residential properties, including insurance repairs. I have experience of working on large-scale builds for clients such as Lancashire County Council, United Utilities. The Church of England, and The Duchy of Lancaster, but these days prefer smaller jobs! I also do a little bit of mortared stonework.
Click here for more information about the services I offer, in addition to the locations I work, and how to get a quote.
Call me for a dry stone wall repair quote throughout Lancashire.
I’ve repaired or built dry stone walls in Accrington, Garstang, Lancaster, Longridge, Blackburn, Clitheroe, The Ribble Valley, Burnley, Preston, Chorley, Oldham, Bolton. I’ve also worked further afield in Yorkshire, around Settle and the Ingleton area and even South Cumbria around Kirkby Lonsdale.
Give me a call, text, Whatsapp, or contact me via the website; whether it’s a small dry stone wall collapse in a cottage garden or a large boundary wall. I can often give you a rough estimate from pictures, but will always come and and look at the wall before submitting a full, note-headed .pdf quote.
And will travel as far as Lancaster and Caton. Kirby Lonsdale to the north, Chorley and Manchester to the south, Garstang area to the west and Burnley and Rossendale to the east. I cover the whole of the Forest of Bowland and East Lancashire.
Dry stone walls can’t be repaired well by an amateur. It requires years of experience to build the skill, technique, and knowledge (not to mention patience!), to create an attractive, safe and durable wall in an efficient time-frame.
Dry stone walls are a beautiful, environmentally sound boundary solution. The techniques used to build them have been honed over many generations. To see some of my work, check out my blog here, or my gallery.
I look forward to hearing from you!