A cemetery monument is the ultimate expression of love and devotion for the deceased. Whether families choose a foot stone, a bronze memorial, or a bench. Sagel Bloomfield Monument Division is there is assist families in choosing a cemetery monument for their loved ones. Located in Rockville, Maryland and serving the residents of Aspen Hill, Maryland. Sagel Bloomfield Monument Division offers a variety of products for families to memorialize their loved ones. To learn more about the funeral monuments offered by Sagel Bloomfield Monument Division, please visit their website here, https://www.sbmonuments.com/
Choosing a cemetery monument is a permanent memorial to loved one that will endure for years to come. When families are choosing a cemetery monument, they are faced with several occasionally difficult decisions. Sagel Bloomfield Monument Division is there to guide families through any difficult decisions they may face when choosing a cemetery monument for their departed loved ones. The funeral monuments offered by Sagel Bloomfield Monument Division are of the highest degree of their craft. For their granite monuments, Sagel Bloomfield Monument Division utilizes the finest degree of granite from a quarry. Sagel Bloomfield Monument Division’s master craftsmen will then cut and polish the granite into a beautiful monument. Their master craftsman will also work with stone, marble, wood, slate and a variety of other metals to make funeral monuments for the families that Sagel Bloomfield Monument Division serves. Additionally, Sagel Bloomfield Monument Division offers hand etching for the funeral monuments they provide. A hand etched memorial allows for unlimited options to memorialize the life and journey through life of an individual. The memorial can depict the portrait, personal interest, religious images and life’s accomplishments. Sagel Bloomfield Monument Division is well known for the quality of their etchings. For those of the Jewish Faith, Sagel Bloomfield Monument Division offers Yahrzeit Candles as method to honor their deceased. Traditionally, Yahrzeit Candles are lit on the anniversary of the death and burn for twenty-six hours. They are also traditionally lit on Yom Kippur and on Holocaust Remembrance Day.
As aforementioned, funeral monuments are meant to last generations. But with the passage of time comes wear and tear. Monuments can become faded and even brake over time. Sagel Bloomfield Monument Division is committed to the preserving and rehabilitating of families’ cherished monuments and memorials. If a monument requires cleaning, repair, or restoration. Sagel Bloomfield Monument Division has a wide range of sculptors and artisans that will provide an unmatched level of care and dedication. Sagel Bloomfield Monument Division can provide lichen removal, gravestone repair, monument leveling, and the planting of flowers. If a monument is cracked, Sagel Bloomfield Monument Division can have it filed with lime mortars that can be color matched to the stone. On thin stones that are broken, external support is required.
The cemetery monument is a permanent memorial that will be visited by generations to come. Choosing a monument involves many decisions. The variety of sizes, shapes, colors and materials are nearly limitless. Selecting a monument is a decision that is both difficult and emotional. Sagel Bloomfield Monument Division would like to help make that decision, whether At-Need or Pre-Need easier by providing families with the information they need to make a knowledgeable choice in selecting a memorial. Sagel Bloomfield Monument Division offers complete monument services including inscriptions for all cemeteries, all expertly done. Sagel Bloomfield Monument Division unconditionally guarantees the finest materials and craftsmanship.
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