Grave markers are an integral part of a cemetery. They are used to identify or mark the location of the burial of a loved one. This slideshow presents an overview of various grave markers by Polchinski Memorials. To get a grave marker from Polchinski Memorials, you can call us at (914) 984-4198/ (203) 413-1345 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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A mausoleum is an external free-standing building that is constructed as a monument to enclose the interment space or burial chamber of a deceased person or people. When people think about a mausoleum, they picture a dilapidated building in a mystical Gothic style—the kind of building found in a tourist brochure. While there is plenty to appreciate about the style of old and historically significant mausoleums, and some people may prefer modern mausoleums, the mausoleums built today offer a wider array of options than ever before.
The following are the three trends of modern mausoleums that reflect individuality, social responsibility and luxury, even in death.
Mausoleums with Modern Art and Architecture
Many Mausoleums built today are indistinguishable from other modern buildings. These mausoleums look like art museums or even installations with clean lines and minimalist designs.
Customization and Personalization
Mausoleums built in the past were solemn and stone-cold structures. However, in today’s day and age people want customized and personalized mausoleums. Many families prefer a private mausoleum instead of a public mausoleum because of the option of customization. In a customized and personalized mausoleum, the interior as well as its exterior, are constructed to reflect the tastes of the deceased and his or her family.
Funerals and cremations are becoming more eco-friendly, which means mausoleums will as well. Even though mausoleums require construction, designers are exploring new ways to make them more eco-friendly. One way to create a eco-friendly mausoleum is by constructing an “open-air” mausoleum, or a gazebo-like structure in a park or garden. Mausoleums can also be used as a renewable energy source.
Contact Polchinski for Modern Mausoleum Construction
To get a modern mausoleum constructed for your loved one, contact Polchinski Memorials, Inc. today. Our buildings are designed, engineered and constructed by Rock of Ages, with full perpetual warranties that protect you, your heir(s) and the cemetery. This is the strongest warranty available anywhere. You can give us a call at (914) 984-4198/ (203) 413-1345 or email: email@example.com.
A monument is a type of structure either explicitly created to commemorate a person or important event or which has become important to a social group as a part of their remembrance of historic times or cultural heritage, or simply as an example of historic architecture.
Grave markers are an integral part of a cemetery. Various styles are available, but some are more common than others. Mentioned below are common styles of grave markers.
Headstone: This marker is usually made of granite, marble, fieldstone or cement and is placed at the head of the grave.
Footstones: Footstone markers are placed at the foot of the grave.
Lawn Markers: This type of marker is mounted flush with the ground. It is usually a bronze plate bolted onto a stone. Carved marble or granite block is used in this type of arrangement.
Niche Markers: These are small granite, marble or bronze plaques mounted on a wall in mausoleums.
Companion Markers: Companion markers contain the names of two or more people.
Temporary Grave Markers: Before a permanent tombstone is installed, temporary grave markers are used to mark the plot after burial. Traditionally it consists of a typed or handwritten card containing the name, birth and death date of the deceased.
Contact Polchinski Memorials for Grave Markers and Monuments
Since 1883, Polchinski Memorials has been making custom designed grave markers and monuments. Their sales team is knowledgeable and skilled in working with families who need expert assistance during this difficult purchase.
To get a grave maker from Polchinski Memorials, call us at 914-984-4198 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Our service locations in New York include Westchester, Hawthorne and New York City. Service locations in Connecticut include Darien, Stamford and Greenwich.
Monuments are built with materials like granite, bronze, and marble. Among them, granite is the most common and widely used. This slide discusses advantages of using granite for cemetery monuments. To know more, contact Polchinski Memorials in Hawthorne, NY at 914-984-4198 or email email@example.com.
Headstone inscriptions are the final word in any burial and also the most difficult task. In the video below you will find headstone inscription ideas to help you choose the best epitaph for your loved. Polchinski Memorials, a headstone designer in Hawthorne, NY has been helping families create personalized family headstones for years. To know more, call 914-984-4198 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are several options for building monuments. Among them, granite is the most common and widely used. This slide explains some advantages of using granite for cemetery headstones and monument manufacturing. For more details, call (914) 984-4198 or fax 914-769-4155 or send an email to email@example.com.
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Headstone inscriptions are the final word in any burial and also the most difficult task. This slide explains interesting ideas for headstone inscriptions by Polchinski Memorials in Westchester, NY. For more details, call (914) 984-4198 or fax at 914-769-4155 or send mails at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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To get into the 9/11 Memorial Museum, you have to pass through a world-class security arrangement—a conveyor belt for shoes, belt buckles, cell phones; a three-second hands-above-your-head body scan—overseen by a notably grim private-security corps.