[BRISBANE, August 03, 2015]—Centenary Memorial Gardens, a trusted funeral care provider, offers granite memorials as a symbol of enduring tribute to deceased loved ones. The stone features a distinctive beauty and timeless quality, crafted using quality materials and the skills of master stonemasons. The crematorium uses different headstone styles for each burial area to create beautiful memorials.
Granite memorials have long been a traditional way of honouring the life and memory of departed loved ones. Granite can last for years, making it a truly smart choice for gravestone material. It is for this reason that Centenary Memorial Gardens strongly encourages the use of granite headstones to create a lasting tribute for deceased loved ones.
Homage to Enduring Legacy and Memory
Centenary Memorial Gardens provides a range of designs for granite memorials. Each has unique characteristics in terms of colour, texture, and tone. The crematorium’s burial sites use different designs of granite, suitable for outdoor use.
Headstones in the Monumental Lawn have a support structure made from the same stone. The solid foundation beam secured to the stone keeps it from moving. The gravestones come in different colours and styles; clients can ask for advice from the management about the headstone’s design.
In the Heritage Terraces, headstones are installed directly on the solid walls that create the terrace levels. Each memorial uses Blue Pearl Granite with a gently curving top. Golden Wattle, on the other hand, features graves covered with raised granite base fixed onto a strong foundation. There are different colours and styles available for these kinds of headstones; the management also offers custom choices.
Clients may request for inscriptions, adorned with either Gold or Silver leaf. They may also choose from a variety of font styles and languages.
About Centenary Memorial Gardens
For years, Centenary Memorial Gardens has been committed to providing personal service to individuals and families who want to honour the memory of their deceased loved ones. The team offers different cremation and burial options; facilities and memorials to assist in the time of grief. They also provide funeral pre-arrangement plans, advising clients of options that suit specific goals.
For more information about the company, visit http://www.centenarymemorialgardens.com.au/.