Pier caps by World of Stones USA are sturdy and durable visual elements. Since ancient times, we use pier caps made of different materials and crafted in decorative designs. However, natural stones still are the predominant material used in pillar caps. The most significant advantage of the stone pier cap is getting a sturdy, waterproof, and weatherproof cover over brick or RCC pillars. So, you may be somewhat choosy in the selection of natural stone pier caps. But World of Stones USA is the right place to buy pier caps for all kinds of need with the right quality & craftsmanship. We always select the best natural rock types and quarries across the world to make our stock. We have the latest cutting, finishing, edging, and crafting technologies as well as techniques to deliver you high-end stone pier caps at your doorsteps.Our merits also are high in the selection of stones at aesthetics and design point of view. Our cutting and finishing treatments enhance the built-in beauty of natural stones like grains, veins, and a spectrum of different shades available in each stone type. Our honed tumbled, flamed, bush-hammered, sandblasted, and natural cleft surface treatments augment the appearance of your customized stone pillar caps to the next level in your outdoor designs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Rather than seeping into the brickwork and harming the entire structure's brick and mortar, a pier cap diverts rainwater away from the structure below and onto the ground. Not only do they offer functionality, but they also add an aesthetically pleasing look to your outdoors.
For pier caps to work effectively, an overhang of around 50mm on each side of the pier would be ideal.
Pier caps are made of natural stones because they are durable, robust, and can withstand different weather conditions. Unlike other materials, natural stone pier caps offer functionality and a decorative touch to your outdoors.
Put some cement or adhesive on the pillars and caps, then push the pier cap down to place it firmly onto the surface.
We offer pier caps in a variety of sizes including 24" x 24", 28" x 28" and 32" x 32".