Choosing the right memorial plaques in West Kirby is simpler and smoother with help from specialists. Birkenhead Monumental has more than fifty years’ experience in the monument trade. Our proprietor, David Williams, is the only full time mason and hand letter-cutter in Wirral. He provides unique, hand-crafted memorials to suit your needs, preferences and budget. Most of our work comes to us via recommendations from clients who have been completely satisfied with our services. Our family run business has the experience, expertise and commitment to excellence that sets us apart from others in the trade.
We have a core team of six highly skilled craftsmen who can create exactly the right kind of product that you envision for your loved one. In West Kirby, memorial plaques are the best way of remembering your loved one. They should reflect the personality, life, values and works of the deceased person, in a succinct way. However, it’s not easy to think of all the things that need to be said. Funerals are a time of grief and mourning and the emotions that engulf us at such times make it difficult to think clearly. However, we also want to create a lasting and fitting tribute that memorialises the person for all time to come. These plaques are available in a range of materials, including stone, or metal. They can be finished in a variety of styles, designs and textures, based on the location where they are to be installed. Some commemorative plaques are placed at locations that the deceased person lived in, or was fond of or usually frequented. A park bench, a favourite garden or church are places where you can install these plaques to remind people of the person.
Memorial plaques in West Kirby can be engraved with the name, date of birth and death, and a few short lines of tribute. They can be in different shapes like square, rectangle, circle or oval and made of long-lasting materials like bronze, stone, brass, or steel. For helping choosing memorial plaques, contact Birkenhead Monumental. We can also assist so that you comply with local traditions, conventions and regulations.