Granite Headstone or Monument Colors
The color of a headstone can play a significant role in the overall appearance and symbolism of a memorial. Different colors can evoke different emotions and meanings, and it is important to choose a color that reflects the personality, beliefs, and values of the person being memorialized. For example, white is a traditional color for headstones and is often associated with purity and innocence, while black can represent mourning and grief. Other colors, such as pink, green, and blue, can be used to represent personal preferences, favorite colors, or to reflect a specific theme or style.
Additionally, the color of a headstone can affect its durability and longevity. Different types of stone are available in different colors, and each type of stone has its own unique properties and characteristics. For example, darker stones such as black or gray may absorb more heat than lighter stones, which can lead to cracking or discoloration over time. On the other hand, lighter stones such as white or beige may be more susceptible to staining or weathering. It is important to work with a reputable monument company that can help guide you through the process of choosing the right type of stone and color for your headstone, taking into account factors such as the environment and local climate.
Click on the images below to see the granite colors available for cemetery monuments, headstones, grave markers, cremation memorial benches and cemetery memorial benches.
We use granite for our memorials because of its beauty, hardness and durability. We offer you the largest selection of colors possible by importing our granite from all over the world. This is just a sample of the colors that are available for granite memorial markers. Granite colors may vary from quarry to quarry and may vary slightly from the photos shown. We only select the finest granite from our supplier base. The granite is selected for close grain structure and must be free of chips and cracks.
The most popular color is gray granite which can be seen in just about every cemetery across the country. Georgia Gray granite is very economical as it comes from Elberton, GA, which is the granite capital of the world. Prices vary slightly for some colors, so please check with us for accurate quotes, and allow Tegeler to provide more details on our granite headstone offerings.