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Types Of Grass Markers

February 12, 2014 : Blog

Grass MarkersGrass marker is a term that’s used to describe the wide variety of grave markers that can be placed on the ground in a grassy field or graveyard to mark the grave of a friend, family member, or loved one. There are several different types and orientations that can be considered based on the preferences of the deceased as well as his or her family members and friends.

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Why Choose Granite?

February 5, 2014 : Blog

GraniteGrave markers and urns to hold ashes are made from a number of different materials, including metals and strong stones. Granite is one of the most common stones that’s used for grave markers, and there are a number of reasons why it may be a good choice for your loved one.

It’s affordable. Unlike some of the other stones used for grave markers, granite isn’t expensive because it isn’t valued as highly as certain metals or more precious stones. That means that it most likely won’t be the target of thieves and that, depending on the size of the marker you want, it’s likely in your price range. The money you save will allow you to focus more resources on other areas of the memorial service.

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When To Use Bronze For A Grave Marker

January 29, 2014 : Blog

BronzeThere are many different types of materials that can be used to mark the graves of loved ones. Some of the most common are hard stones like granite, which often have several different colors and textures that you can choose from. Aside from granite, bronze is often used to mark the grave of someone special.

Unlike granite, however, bronze is a little less common. It’s durable and easy to maintain, and is often used in special situations and circumstances, or by request. One of the ways that bronze can be used in a special situation is to mark the grave of a military member or veteran. These bronze markers often have a high level of significance in order to honor the military member and his or her service to the nation. Similarly, bronze can be used to mark the grave of a military member or veterans’ spouse. In this case bronze is used so that the markers match, and the spouse receives the honor he or she deserves as well.

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