In the industry, this is referred to as a die(the top stone) and a base(the bottom stone). This is ideal for a single plot, double plots or family plots.
These markers lay flat to the ground. Some cemeteries only allow flat markers. These are ideal for single plots or markers for individuals in large family plots. We also provide grass markers for pets.
Slants are exactly what they sound like. Slightly slanted headstones that sit upright on the ground, typically without a base.
Bevels are similar to grass markers, but are slightly raised. They are also referred to as pillow markers or hickeys.
Granite benches are a beautiful addition to any area and can be placed inside the cemetery plot or outside of the cemetery as a memorial to your loved one.
Coping is a granite border surrounding a cemetery plot, typically filled with gravel. It is a great way to section off your plot and create a clean and uniform look, while preventing weathering and erosion of the surrounding land, keeping your plot level.
Mausoleums are granite structures that hold remains above ground level. They can be single crypt, or multiple crypt.
A columbarium is a granite structure that holds cremains. If cremation is the route you prefer, columbaria are a beautiful holding place that can have as many niches, or compartments, as you need.