Cremation Stones in Wallasey

Cremation Stones in WallaseyWe design and create some of the most meaningful and beautiful cremation stones in Wallasey at Birkenhead Monumental. It has become popular to cremate family members rather than bury them. It costs less and is a more environmentally friendly method. This does not mean that you will ever forget the beloved family member and you can have a cremation stone designed for you by our expert stone mason. David Williams, the proprietor, is a fully time served mason and has over fifty years experience in the monumental trade. The company is family owned and run by David, his wife and son with the help of six dedicated and expert craftsmen. Together they will help you to choose the right stone.

We have the only hand letter cutter in Wirral and produce all our own products. In Wallasey, cremation stones can be manufactured from many different materials. The most usual is granite or marble but we work with many other stone materials as well. Each cemetery or churchyard has its own rules and regulations as to size and style of headstone or cremation stone. We have worked at almost all of the burial sites in the area and are fully cognisant of what is allowed. The plot can accommodate more than one casket and we ensure that the stone is big enough to take more than one name and inscription. This means that the headstones and cremation stones are usually around the same size.

Our design and manufacture of cremation stones in Wallasey are all unique. We ensure that the stone is erected to strict health and safety rules. Contact Birkenhead Monumental as soon as you need us or visit our large showroom to see the wide range of stones we manufacture. We can help you to design a stone especially for your loved one and can offer advice on the inscription. You need a stone that will allow you to relive all the happy times you had together and recollect treasured memories. Stones differ in colour and texture and you will know when you have found the perfect stone for your family member.

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