Granite Grave Markers
GRANITE GRAVE MARKERS
Granite is the most durable out of all the materials used to make flush, bevel and slant grave markers. It is able to withstand harsh elements and significant impacts. Made from a combination of Quartz, Feldspar and Mica, granite is solid and will last forever. When you choose a granite marker, you can be sure that your loved one’s legacy will stand the test of time.
Tegeler monument has been creating and installing granite cemetery plot markers for than 125 years. The quality of our granite markers displays the amount of time and effort we put into each of our memorials. If you are in need of a granite marker, please call us at (410) 944-0300 or fill out our online contact form and a member of our family will reach out shortly.
What is the difference between the three granite marker types?
At Tegeler, we offer three different granite markers. First, we have a Flush Marker. Just as it sounds, this marker is flush with the ground. Second, we have a Bevel Marker. This marker stands 4-6 higher in the back, creating a slight slope, so the marker stands a bit above the ground. Last, we have a Slant Marker. This marker is like a mini headstone and can be placed on a granite base to stand taller.
What additional options do I have for a granite marker?
Each of our granite grave memorials have numerous additional options available. These options are also available for our upright monuments.
Laser etchings are available for dark color granite. This is the perfect way to memorialize your loved one or even add a photograph to the stone in a unique way.
Sandblasting is the typical way that the writing is inscribed on a memorial. This is used for carving designs and emblems directly into the stone.
Cameo photographs are a great way to honor your loved one. Seeing their face when you visit helps you to connect with them and reflect on memories.
Flower vases are perfect for showing your affection for your loved ones. Bringing flowers or a holiday bouquet is a way to continue celebrating with them.
Bronze Emblems are typically used for Veterans. After their passing, you can submit a form to the VA for a free VA Medallion to add to their memorial.
Questions about our granite cemetery monuments? Please call us at (410) 944-0300 or click the button below to contact us and one of our family members will be in touch shortly.