Traditional Upright Monument – This is the type of monument that you would commonly see in most cemeteries. It consists of a monument resting on a base. There are options for different styles of tops.
Slants – These typically have a face that is cut on a 45 degree angle and the back of the stone is straight. They stand approximately 16 to 18 inches high. They can be placed on a base for additional height or set directly on the foundation/ground.
Flush or Flat Markers – These lay flush with the ground. They are normally 4” thick and are available in many sizes. Some sections of cemeteries require a Flush Marker for the grave site.
Raised Markers or Bevels - These normally rest on the foundation/ground and are raised up 6-10” off the ground. The bevel styles is cut on a slight angle.
Benches – The bench is offered in many sizes and styles. The tops and legs are sometimes curved and others are straight.
Crosses – There are many cross design options available where the memorial is in actually shaped into a cross.
Custom Shaped Memorials – Many different cuts and styles are available beyond the scope of traditional memorials. Some families have selected memorials shaped like shamrocks, teardrops, ovals, etc.
Mausoleum – These are an above the ground building where people are entombed, as opposed to being buried in the ground.