Cremation stones in Broughton are a way in which to memorialise the deceased. As such, a cremation stone is a type of headstone that marks your lost loved one’s final resting place. Some families are uncertain about what to do with their loved one’s ashes after a cremation service. As an alternative to cremation scattering, some families prefer to have the ashes placed in a place with special meaning. The cremated ashes of their loved one is placed in a cremation urn protected by a permanent monument or a cremation stone. Choosing a cremation stone is as important as choosing a headstone. There are a number of different styles that one can choose from. As well-established stonemasons, we can assist you with choosing a cremation stone.
Memorials come in a variety of materials, such as granite and marble, and you can choose the stone you like best. Hence, in Broughton, cremation stones are available in the size and stone you prefer. We have a number of different styles displayed at our premises. Furthermore, our expert team can assist and guide you on your choice. Once you have chosen the stone you prefer, we can inscribe your stone. You can choose the words that will appear on the stone. Much like a headstone, the inscription is entirely your choice. It can have the name of the deceased as well as his date of birth and death. Our cremation stones receive the same expert care and attention as any of our other types of memorials.
Cremation stones in Broughton are carefully crafted by our stonemasons. For more details or guidance and assistance, contact Birkenhead Monumental. Our expertise and attention to detail will ensure that the cremation stone for your loved one is a fitting tribute. As such, we can design a cremation stone to your specifications, subject to the cemetery rules and regulations. In addition, we have over 50 years of experience in the monumental trade. Hence, you can rely on our expertise and professional workmanship. We can provide examples of our workmanship, which you are welcome to view at our premises.