When a loved one dies unexpectedly, it can be stressful and traumatizing for every they were close to. If you have had a family member pass on, then you know the feeling of grief that overtakes you. Oftentimes, families don’t know where to start when planning a memorial for their loved one. After all, planning a memorial service and a burial are expensive and can be overwhelming, especially if the death had no warning. Before you buy a headstone, there are many things you should know.
This video outlines a few things to remember when choosing a headstone for a memorial.
Whether it’s a flat headstone, an upright headstone, or a custom-cut headstone, it pays to do your research before you settle on one. To pick the right headstone, you need to factor in craftsmanship, selection, price, and reputation. Buying from a reputable company will usually result in a guarantee agreement, so that if you stone is damaged or weathers, they will replace it at no charge. Headstones come in countless colors and styles, so don’t rush your decision and look around at different locations near you.