Why Select Flat Granite Headstones from American Headstones
When choosing a memorable headstone, you’ll find a variety of options available. And, because of the many options you’re faced with, choosing the right one is very difficult. So, there are a few factors to take into consideration. But, using American Headstones in Orange Country Los Angeles, Ca will ensure you get the best headstone. Contact Josh Rapozo at American Headstones for more on flat granite headstones in Los Angeles (949) 228-7055.
Like most customers you’re probably looking for flat granite headstones, but you still have an array of different options to choose from. For example, what designs do you want on your headstone? Usually, you have five different choices to choose from: flower designs, religious designs, wilderness designs, children designs, and clip art designs. It all depends on what you want; the flower design is just simply flowers around the deceased name. Which is general with a lot of the designs; however, with the clip art design you actually get to choose what picture goes on the headstone.
Next, you’re going to want to decide what kind of colors you want for your flat granite headstone. This is an important decision as it will affect the entire look of your headstone, but American Headstone has amazing granite, so whatever color you decide on will look good. The colors you have to choose from are black, imperial grey, Oxford, ruby-red, and mahogany. Once again, it really just depends upon your preference. You can go with one of the darker colors, or one of the lighter ones, it’s all up to you.
Now that you’ve decided what you want the headstone to look like, how long does it take make? After American Headstones approves the layout, flat granite headstones are usually completely within four weeks. However, if your headstone has black or white photo etching, production might actually take up to six weeks. And, if you want color photo tiles, don’t expect the finished product for up to eight weeks. Also, keep in mind you’ll probably have to pay whatever cemetery you’re using a fee to install your headstone. Usually, you can expect a fee of $100 to $150.
The headstone is someone’s final legacy, so it’s not a decision you can take lightly. Using American Headstones to pick the best headstone out of all the flat granite headstones will be the best decision you make. So, do the best you can for your deceased loved ones, give them a headstone they’ll be proud of.
At American Headstone Company, we believe in helping people get the best quality for the best price (949) 228-7055. We are a porcelain photo manufacturer and deliver the highest quality product. We go above and beyond our customer’s expectations and have been in business since 1997.
Article written by Josh Rapozo of American Headstones