Providing landscaping and building products for over 45
Mone Bros are an independent, family run business that has
been providing landscaping products, building materials, natural stone and
garden materials for over 45 years.
Brothers Phil, James and John Mone founded the business back
in 1965, specialising in the maintenance, repair and hire of plant equipment to
the construction industry. As a result of their success serving the growth of
housing development in Leeds during the 1970’s, in 1979 Mone Bros acquired
Blackhill Quarry and started supplying aggregates and stone products.
Over the years Mone Bros have continued to expand their
portfolio of landscaping and building products. Whilst historically the main
focus of our business was to supply products and services to the construction
and utility sectors, today we are equally popular amongst DIY enthusiasts,
property developers and landscapers.
Both our Blackhill Quarry and Whitehall Road sites now
feature a ‘Landscaping product display area’, where customers can browse and
purchase a wide range of carved stone, pebbles, sands, gravels, topsoil,
cement, walling stone, paving products, ornamental stone and various garden
Much of our stone is extracted directly from Blackhill
Quarry, then cut and carved by our expert stone masons on site. Whilst many of
our products are supplied in standard dimensions, we can also cut stone to your
exact requirements. Our masons are also able to design and carve unique stone
features such as statues, obelisks, tables, benches, fireplaces, planters and
In 1987 Mone Bros launched recycling services from Blackhill
Quarry, the focus of which was to recycle the construction waste tipped at the
site and reduce the volume of waste sent to landfill. Such was the success, a
year later the same service was launched from Mone Bros Whitehall Road depot.
The recycling stages of Collection, Segregation, Screening, Crushing, Recycling
& Certifying produce several re-usable products including top soil,
recycled type1 and various sub-base materials.
Posted on: 23/08/2017
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