Birkenhead Monumental: Monumental Mason Expertise in Bromborough

A Legacy of Expertise

With a robust history spanning over five decades, Birkenhead Monumental is a company steeped in rich tradition and expertise. This family-run business is helmed by David Williams, the only known hand-letter cutter in Wirral and a fully time-served mason between 1963-1968. The company operates from its custom-designed factory based in North Cheshire Trading Estate Prenton, offering a comprehensive ‘one-stop’ service to its esteemed customers.

Operating in Bromborough

Extending its reach, Birkenhead Monumental brings its monumental mason services to Bromborough. Bromborough residents can now experience first-hand the craftsmanship and dedication that define Birkenhead Monumental. The company holds steadfast its commitment to providing dignified memorials and lasting tributes.

Services Offered

  1. A wide array of memorials in various colours with an extensive choice of designs, including flowers, religious symbols, and military and sporting badges.
  2. Assistance and advice with wording, layout, and typeface for your memorial.
  3. All lettering and design work for headstones are produced in-house at our factory, which also houses a memorial display area and a comfortable sales office.
  4. Complete paperwork and submissions for church and council authorities.
  5. All memorials are erected to Health and Safety standards on a ground anchor foundation.

Visit Us

Customers can visit our factory, where we provide convenient on-site parking. We invite you to drop in for a chat and learn more about our offerings and how we can assist you in creating a fitting tribute for your loved ones.

In Conclusion

Birkenhead Monumental is a testament to the monumental mason craft, carrying forward a legacy of over fifty years. With its services now available in Bromborough, residents can avail of the superior quality, dedication, and personalised attention that the company is renowned for.

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