Lettering on Headstones in St Helens

Lettering on Headstones in St HelensIf you need assistance with choosing lettering on headstones in St Helens, speak to the experts at Birkenhead Monumental. When you choose the headstone for the deceased, there are aspects that you will need to consider. Apart from the size and material of the headstone, there is also the lettering. With the lettering, you will need to consider the size, font, typeface and layout. If you are unable to make a decision or need advice, we will be glad to be of assistance.

When choosing a memorial in St Helens, lettering on headstones is often best done in a large clear font. One’s eyes are drawn to the lettering at first glance, especially if it is clear and easy to read. A popular font is Traditional Roman, simply because of this reason and it is one of the easiest fonts to read.  Should you prefer a different type of font, we can show you examples of what they look like so you can make your decision. Our experienced craftsmen can engrave any design you want, and while we have a large selection of images to choose from, we are also happy to discuss any requirement you have. An epitaph can be included in the lettering of the headstone, other than the traditional name, date of birth and date of passing. If you have a particular verse or poem in mind, we can discuss its layout to meet your approval.

Lettering on headstones in St Helens is done by expert craftsmen. If you would to find out more about lettering for the headstone for your lost loved one, contact Birkenhead Monumental. Our expert team has many years of experience and are masters of their craft. In fact, our proprietor, David Williams, is the only hand letter cutter in Wirral and a fully time served mason. We are members of BRAMM, and we provide a professional service to our clients. Proud of our outstanding reputation, we continue to provide top class customer care, an expert service, and affordable prices.

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