- Granite Colors
- Letter Styles & Finishes
- Types of Memorials
- Care & Cleaning
- Marker Ordering Checklist
- Monument Ordering Checklist
- Standard Emblem
These are the style that we use most often and recommend for sandblasting on stone. Our font library has a large variety of letter styles for any project. We specialize in matching fonts that are hard to find or have been created by hand in the past.
Traditional monument style with upper portion resting on a base. The shape of the die can be serpentine, oval or flat on top, or many other custom contoured shapes. The finish is usually polished on the front and back of the die, and polished on the top of the base. Edges can be polished, rock-pitched, or sawn.
Low marker set above ground. The back edge is thicker than the front to create a sloped face. Edges can be polished, rock-pitched, or sawn.
Upright, low monument with sloped face. Front can be with or without “nosing”. Sides, top, and back may be polished, rock-pitched, or sawn.
Use a soft brush to remove dust & dirt from granite surface, making sure no sand or dirt is left on the stone surface. Clean with a solution of plain dish soap and water, using a soft brush to gently wash the surface. Take special care not to scrub the sand-etched areas of the stone, so as not to leave marks. Rinse well with clean water and polish dry with a microfiber towel.