Haslett Monumental Sculptors was established in 1745 in the North West of Ireland producing Headstones and Memorials from locally quarried materials. This business developed into a small, family run firm and then later into one of the largest monumental works in Ireland. Hasletts then began importing granite, marble, natural stone and other materials from all over the world and shaping Headstones, larger Memorials and construction projects the length and breadth of the country.

The business continued to operate in the Londonderry area over the span of 3 centuries. A brief down sizing of operations in the 1970's resulted in a move away from the large stone yard on Abercorn Road in Derry to the current headquarters near Ballymoney. This smaller more personal premises has a wide selection of Headstones and Memorials on display in their showroom.

In the early 1990's the business was resurrected, restructured and prepared for the harsh business environment of the new millennium. The current Managing Director has modernised and expanded the firm and is putting Haslett Monumental Sculptors back to the top of its field within Ulster and beyond.

2003 saw a welcome return to our city of origin with the opening of our new premises on Church Brae in the Altnagelvin area of Derry. This facility in the Glendermott Valley Business Park has a fully stocked showroom with many types and sizes of memorial on show.

Hasletts are now one of the market leaders in Northern Ireland with Memorials in 169 graveyards and cemeteries and an ever-increasing market share. The business has also diversified into new areas of supply, manufacture and construction as well as restoration, maintenance and insurance services.

With a skilled and well supported team proficient in all types of stonework, Hasletts are again considered the experts when it comes to stonework in Ulster.