A lawn marker is a flat granite stone that rests at the head of the gravesite. These are referred to as flush, flat, or lawn-level markers. They are among the most common in grave markers.
Bevel markers are traditionally used for one to two people and sit out above the ground once installed in the cemetery. The back is slightly higher, and gradually slopes down towards the front, and include a rough finish around the base.
Slant markers are set to stand upright on a concrete foundation or on a granite base. Common type of slant markers are serpentine top shape with polished front, back and top with natural rock pitched edges. These stones can be used as a single or companion stone.
Upright Single Monuments
Upright monument headstones are tablet style gravestones that sit on a granite base and are set on a foundation. They can vary greatly in shape and size, only limited by cemetery regulations. Single upright headstones, or "individual" upright monuments are generally taller than they are wide.
Upright Companion Monuments
Upright monument headstones are tablet style gravestones that sit on a granite base and are set on a foundation. A double or companion monument is one headstone that marks two burial plots next to each other.
Granite benches offer a beautiful addition to a cemetery gravesite. They can be used as an alternative to a traditional monument and can include a niche for cremated remains. Memorial granite benches are available in a wide variety of designs and colors.
A mausoleum is an external free-standing building constructed as a monument enclosing the interment space or burial chamber.