Losing a loved one is difficult.
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Bench Headstones For Graves

Many of us love the comfort that spending time at a loved one’s grave brings us. It’s a place where we can remember the special memories and contemplate the life we shared. With our unique bench headstones for graves, you can rest a while with your loved one in relative comfort.

Our grave headstone benches are a statement yet practical alternative to traditional headstones. They not only honor your loved one’s memory, but they give you a pleasant place to sit and remember when you visit your loved one’s final resting place. Made from high-quality granite, they really are a lasting and beautiful monument.

At Stoltz Memorials, we make it easy to buy a bench headstone. Everything can be done online with our easy ordering process and friendly team. There’s no need to visit a showroom. Simply place your order, and we’ll create and install your bench at any cemetery in Ohio (subject to the cemetery’s restrictions). You can leave all the organization to us.

Grave Headstone Benches in a Choice of Styles, Colors and Sizes

Your gravestone bench can be customized to suit your tastes and your loved one’s final resting place. We offer two different styles – the flat bench and park bench, a wide variety of granite colors and a choice of single or companion sizes. Simply choose the one that suits you best. The flat bench is simple and elegant with a flat seat and two separate legs while the park bench has a backrest for the inscription. Once you have chosen the style, color and size, you can then go on to customize your bench with the details of your loved one(s) that are to be etched onto the backrest of the bench.

The customization process is simple and conducted via email or Zoom. Once you’ve decided on the text, etc, we will produce a mockup so you can see how your finished bench will look. You can make multiple changes to the mockup and when you’re happy, we’ll send you a final proof for you to double-check all the details. Only then will your bench go into production.

Our headstone bench prices are dependent on the style and size you choose. We’ll give you a full rundown of the cost when you order, but you can rest assured that all our headstones are excellent value for money. Plus, to keep your memorial as affordable as possible, we offer the option to pay monthly for your order with no down payment required.

Our company has created a hassle-free and vastly efficient process with quality and customer experience at the forefront.

It is with this process that we are able to serve you and your family at the highest regards when it comes to choosing a headstone, crafting a design, and installing it at one of the many cemeteries in the state. To get a better understanding of our process and how we might be able to help in your time of need, give us a call or get in contact with us using the contact form on our website.

Order Grave Headstone Benches from the Comfort of Your Own Home

We understand that losing a loved one is hard and that you want to give them a memorial that befits their life. Our benches are the perfect option for this. They’re also a great choice for anyone who is planning their own funeral and final resting place. To order your headstone bench or you are looking for single slant headstones, companion slant headstones, upright headstones, double upright headstones, simply complete our online form and someone will get back to you. Alternatively, you can call us on (614) 411-3411 and we’ll be happy to discuss the options for grave headstone benches and talk you through the ordering process.

We look forward to helping you to create a wonderful befitting memorial that will be there for generations to come.  

Headstone vs. Grave Marker

The words “headstone” and “grave marker” are sometimes used interchangeably by families who are looking to honor the life of their loved one following a death in the family. Typically, the term “headstone” refers to any type of monument that is placed at the head of the grave in order to honor the memory of the deceased. “Grave Marker”, on the other hand, is typically a smaller, one-piece gravestone that is placed in a cemetery. Regardless of which term you use, there is no right or wrong answer.

Memorial Headstone Benches

Memorial benches are unique headstones, as they take the shape of a bench as opposed to the traditional upright stone on a base. If you have done any type of search for headstones for sale online, then you most certainly have seen various types of memorial benches.
There are 2 popular types of memorial benches that are used in place of traditional tombstones. The flat bench memorial is one that is simple yet elegant in nature. It consists of a flat seat with 2 separate legs attached for stability. The other type of memorial bench is the park bench. This is a larger bench with a backrest, where most of the inscription will be engraved.

Headstone Granite Color Options

There are many different colors of granite that is quarried from all over the world. Most granites are imported into the United States. However, there are some quarries in the USA where headstones are quarried, Barre, Vermont and Elberton, Georgia being two of the most popular quarries for their grey granite.
However, if you are looking for a unique color that differs from the traditional grey, you may look at rose, black, or blue, as these colors are also popular and offer a different look than the traditional grey.
Regardless of the color you choose for your loved one’s headstone, granite is the material you will want to use in order to ensure that your stone stands the test of time and can stand up to outside conditions once it is set at the cemetery.

Frequently Asked Questions About Headstones For Sale

The typical cost of a conventional flat headstone is roughly $1,000, although it can range from $1,000 to $3,000 depending on size, granite color, and engraving styles. Depending on the shape, size, granite color, and carved pattern, more ornate upright headstones can cost anywhere from $2,500 to $10,000.
The term “gravestone” dates from the late 1300s, while “tombstone” dates from the mid-1500s. A headstone was a grave monument put at the head of a grave, as the name suggests. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, it is the newest of the three words, appearing in 1676.
Your cemetery will have their own separate fee, which will cover the cemetery pouring the concrete foundation that your headstone will sit on once installed.
At a glance, comparing price only may in fact seem like it is cheaper to buy a headstone online. However, there is usually a reason. Oftentimes, when you buy a headstone online, there is not an installation process in place, so it is up to you to find an installer and coordinate the installation with the cemetery yourself. If your cemetery does not accept shipped headstones for liability purposes, then you will need to make additional arrangements when it comes to finding a destination for your headstone once it is completed with the online company.
Flat burial markers are the least expensive of all the headstone options. Flat grave markers made of granite typically cost between $1,000 and $3,000 on average, depending on a few factors.
Our granite headstones come with a lifetime warranty that covers any non man-made damages, such as a small fissure or crack forming in the granite over time. Although we have never had to honor this warranty due to the strength and durability of granite, you can be rest assured that if anything should happen to compromise the structure of your stone, it will be covered at no cost to you.
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