Upright memorials are the most common seen in cemeteries today. An upright consists of a top and a base. Uprights come in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes to fit your needs and cemetery regulations.
As the name implies, a slant stone has a slanted face. They can be placed directly on a concrete foundation in the ground or paired with a granite base to elevate them off the ground. Slant stones are available in an assortment of colors, shapes, and sizes.
Benches come in a variety of shapes and sizes. They are suitable for civic dedication memorials as well as cemetery tributes allowing visitors to sit. The standard legs can be substituted with solid pedestals to allow for a different atheistic feel as well as to permit further design and engraving. Engraving can be placed on the sides as well as the top of the bench.
Flush markers, or foot markers, are designed to lay level with the ground. They can be customized with designs, quotes, and engraving much like any other stones, space permitting. Flush markers come in a variety of colors and sizes to fit your needs and space constraints of the lot.