What Are The Different Types of Companion Monuments?
Companion monuments are memorials designed to honor the lives of two or more people and create an everlasting testament to their relationship. There are many different styles of companion monuments. Our experts will work with your family to help you choose the type that fits both your design needs and takes into account any cemetery requirements.
Companion Upright Monuments
Companion upright monuments, or headstones, are the most traditional monument shape. They feature a large, flat surface area that can be personalized with a wide range of engraving or etching. Companion upright monuments can also be created in many different shapes, such as hearts, symbolizing the love shared between the honored couple.
Companion Lawn Level Markers
Companion lawn level markers are flat, ground-level memorials and are a popular choice in cemeteries and memorial gardens. They can be personalized with custom engraving and etching options that honor the lives of your loved ones. Lawn level markers can be a more economical option for families.
Examples of Our Design Work
Companion memorials give families the unique opportunity to honor more than one loved one with a single monument, creating a special place of remembrance for generations to come. At Travis Monument Group, our caring staff will take the time to understand your loved ones and work with you to create a memorial that best honors their special relationship. We are experts at designing custom monuments while also taking into account any cemetery regulations. Contact us now to get started.
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