When a married couple, or sometimes a parent / child purchase a double monument, usually only one of the individuals who’s name is engraved on the tombstone is deceased. Later, when the second individual passes away, the date of death must be carved on the monument. This is an area where we can definitely offer our services.
In the past, cemetery memorials were primarily made from marble or limestone. Both stones were desirable because they are relatively soft and easy to work with. The relatively soft stones do not hold up well to rain, falling trees, vandals, and other tests of time. The good news is that most damage can be repaired. Give us a call to discuss your project. We can clean and restore your existing memorial or design a replacement suitable to your family.
We currently serve Montgomery county as well as these surrounding counties: Stewart, Houston, Dickson, Cheatam, Robertson, Todd (KY), Christian (KY), and any other county within reason and upon request.
Currently, there is no method to erase carved text from stone. Lettering can sometimes be filled and re-carved, but a “shadow” of the original carving will almost always exist.
Monuments take all shapes and forms, so we can definitely design a suitable memorial even for those who utilize cremation. From traditional-looking monuments, to boulders, to stones, that would look nearly natural in your familie’s private memory garden.
We accept cash, check, and credit card. Date carvings are payable in advance, and an email will be sent to you with a payment link if paying by card for online orders. Monuments and marker terms require a 50% deposit when the order is placed, and the remaining balance is due upon completion. Design and/or drawing fees are also payable in advance. And of course, payments can be made in person at our office location.
Absolutely! Our services extend to any beloved friends and family — pets included.
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