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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What size monument do I need?
You’ll need to contact the cemetery in which your monument will be placed or contact us and we would be happy to help. Each cemetery has rules and regulations that you’ll need to follow. Some of their regulations could include the monument size, style, color, and any setting regulations or fees. Cemeteries sometimes place rules on the monument type, size, color, style, and/or other monument features. Please check with the cemetery in which the monument will be placed.

2. Can I design my own monument?
Yes, you are able to choose the size, color, design, and type or style of monument that is perfect for your needs. Walk through our monument design and see what works best for you. Are you not sure about designing you own? Well, that is just fine! You can call us at 636-358-2693 or email us at and we would be happy to design it for you.

3. What is a laser flat monument?
A laser flat monument is laser engraved on black granite. The engraving can be as detailed as the photo or design it comes from, and these are available as an option as you design your monument.

4. Can I order extra items like vases, footstones, pet markers, pet cremation items, and other cremation items?
Yes, we can add any additional items you may need.

5. If I see a monument that I like, can you design it for me?
Yes. If you see a design you like while browsing our online design catalog, we can help you design it. Give us a call at 636-358-2693.

6. What is a foundation?
A concrete foundation is placed under the foundation in most cemeteries, where they have adequate space and requirements at the head of the grave.

7. What are other names for monuments?
A monument may also be known as a memorial, marker, headstone, tombstone, gravestone, grave marker, flat, slant, bevel, upright, or bronze memorial.

8. What are some of the available monument granite colors?
Granite is a natural material, and is found in quarries around the world. Some of the most beautiful granite colors, and therefore most used are: Gray, Morning Rose, India Black, Bahama Blue, and Mahogany.
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