Getting It Right
We want a memorial for our loved one, but how do we decide which one would be right?
Memory Lane Memorials understands how important it is to choose the right memorial – one that will be a lasting legacy to your loved ones life and their memory. This is a difficult decision to make and will often take time, patience and careful consideration of the various options. Memory Lane Memorials is here to help you through this process and will advise/guide you through the various stages and decisions. We will talk with you about burial plot location, along with the advantages/disadvantages of the various different types of stone types and different finishes. Memory Lane memorials will ensure that you understand the various memorial products that are available, introduce you to the design choices and provide you with full proofs and prices.
There will be no obligation for you to make decisions before you are ready and we will advise you of all the regulations that are applicable at your loved ones resting place. We won’t charge you for talking to us! We are here to help you select the right memorial and services. Please call us to make an appointment to visit our show room where you are welcome to look at different memorial products or, if you prefer, we can visit you at home. If you live away from us we are happy to discuss your requirements over the phone or by email.
- We want a memorial for our loved one, but how do we decide which one would be right?
- How long do we have to wait for the ground to settle before we can have our memorial fitted?
- How do we know what type of monument will be accepted in a particular churchyard or cemetery?
- How much will our memorial cost?
- How long will it take you to supply/fit our chosen monument?
- How and when do we pay for our memorial?
- We already have family graves and we want to match an existing headstone, can this be done?
- We have an existing family headstone, but we want to change the wording on the stone, can this be done?
- We have a family grave which is old and the memorial is now showing its age, can anything be done?
- Who in the family can apply to have a memorial placed on a grave?