Granite Monuments

Angel Pankewicz, two large heart monuments with a very large angel hugging the monument.Gravestone marker at the cemetery with a large angel beside the marker. The headstone is two hearts with each loved one in their own heart. There is a goalie, a cross, doves, a goalie stick and the etching that says Forever and always in our hearts.

Why Choose A Granite Monument?

Granite is the most commonly used stone for creating memorial monuments. It is impervious to cold, heat, staining, and weathering so it retains its original beauty and withstands the test of time. Granite can be sculpted or carved into various shapes and is very versatile. We use the finest granite from domestic and imported suppliers. All of our monument granite is covered by our everlasting guarantee.

Monument Shape Options

Flat Marker

These stones are 3” thick and are set flat and even with the ground or placed on a granite foundation.

Pillow Marker

Pillow markers are set flat and may be placed on a foundation with or without a base. Pillow markers are sloped from 6″ high at the back tapering to 3″ in the front. Some pillows can be ordered in unique shapes, such as the shape of an open book.

Upright Monument

The upright memorial is set vertically on a granite base. Upright monuments are 4″ or 6″ at the top, and have a uniform thickness to the base.

Hickey Monument

A Hickey Upright is 3” thick at the top and increases to either 6” or 8″ thick at the base.

A clipart of the granite foundation underground, the granite base and monument on top

Cremation Monuments

Even when someone has been cremated, a monument can be a place to come and remember those we have lost. It also serves as a permanent, historical marker of your loved one’s life.

Special Order Monuments

Monuments can be ordered in many different unique and beautiful shapes. Our experienced staff will walk you through the process of designing the monument that is right for you and your family.

Monument Design Options

Colours

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