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Single Slant Headstones

Choosing a headstone for a loved one’s grave can be a stressful time. You’ve already had many decisions to make and the last thing you need is to spend time in a retail showroom. At Stoltz Memorials, we understand, and we’ve made the whole process of buying a headstone so much easier. Our single slant headstones can be chosen online. Our experienced team will work with you every step of the way to create beautiful custom single slant headstones that will be a fitting memorial for a special person. Our headstones are made from high-quality granite, are affordable and are a convenient and stress-free option whether your loved one has recently passed or you’re looking to mark a previously unmarked resting place. We create elegant single slant headstones in Ohio for placement in cemeteries all across the state. Our service is purely online. We work with you via email or Zoom to ensure that you get the perfect memorial stone. There’s no need to visit any retail showrooms or spend hours with a salesperson trying to agree on the perfect design. We give you all the time you need to create your special tribute and you can change your mind as many times as you need before we create your design in granite.

Single Slant Headstones Created and Installed with Care in Ohio

Our process is very simple. You choose the headstone, the granite and let us know what you’d like to have etched on the slanted front face. Once we’ve made the mockup, we’ll send it to you so that you can approve it. If you’re happy and it’s ready to go, we’ll make the final proof so that you can double-check all the details. Only then, will we get to work putting your text on the granite. If, you’re not happy with the initial mockup or final proof, let us know and we can change it.

Once you’re happy to go ahead, we’ll create your headstone and arrange to put it in place on your loved one’s resting place. We take care of the installation and email you a photo of the stone in place so you can see for yourself how it looks in its final position.

If you choose a headstone from stock, the whole process can be completed in as little as 12-14 from approval. If you’ve chosen a non-stock item, it will take longer but will usually be ready to put in place within 6-10 months. For urgent orders, it’s possible to turn around orders for single slant headstones for graves within 2 weeks of final approval for an additional fee. We also make payment as easy as possible, with no down payments and the option to spread the cost. Prices start from as little as $61 per month.

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.

Trust Stoltz Memorials to Take Care of Your Loved One’s Memorial

Over the years we’ve been in business, we’ve helped many people just like you to create a fitting tribute for their loved ones. Whether you are planning ahead for your own headstone, or you’re designing a stone to mark a recent passing, we can help. You can rest assured that our team are considerate and caring during what can be a difficult time. While we may be online, you won’t receive an impersonal service.

To begin the process of creating your headstone, simply complete our online form or get in touch by calling (614) 411-3411 and speak to one of our team. We also provide a range of quality companion slant headstones, headstone benches, upright headstones & more. We’ll be more than happy to talk you through the process and get your design started. 

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 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.

Single Slant Headstone 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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