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We will work with you to personalize your granite marker to best memorialize your loved one!

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The act of placing headstones to mark the burial site of a deceased person has been tradition since time immemorial. We understand that you are having a difficult time dealing with the loss of a loved one. At this time, your thoughts are occupied of your loved one, not searching affordable yet durable headstone. The YuanMei Monuments online portal serves as an ultimate destination where you can get a gravestone exactly as you want without having to pay retail price. You can preserve the memories of the deceased by customizing their headstone with our online design suite.

We are well known in the industry for offering affordable headstones without compromising on the quality of stone or the design. You can decide upon the memorial you want in accordance with the price sheet mentioned on the web page. The grave headstones prices mentioned here include the charges of the stone, engraving and shipping in most cases. Certain factors including color and size influence the cost of headstones. If you choose a gray colored headstone, it will typically be less expensive than red or black headstones. The black laser modern is also very popular for adding photos of the deceased. Whether you choose an affordable upright headstone, or affordable slant gravestones, the same care is given to all the stones we create. The price directly depends on the size of headstone you order. The larger the size of the memorial, the more expensive it will be. You can decide whether you want a single marker or a companion marker and the selection entirely depends on your requirements as well as the requirements of the cemetery.

At YuanMei Monuments, we offer custom headstones at unbeatable prices. We provide one of a kind headstones for sale that are created by the best craftsmen in the business. Design your loved one's grave markers, give us the detailed information like Name, Date of Birth, Date of Death etc that you want to get engraved on the stone and will give you a memorial that will last forever. The best part is that we give you the freedom to make changes until we begin the final process.

On our website, we offer a wide selection of bronze memorials and granite headstones  that will add both elegance and tradition to your loved one's memorial. Although we only list a few here on our site, we can supply you with information and images at any time on literally hundreds of design scheme.

YuanMei Monuments is an  American owned and operated business, located in 9711 Valley blvd Rosemead Los Angeles,CA 91770, Our sales and customer service department has a combined 20 years of experience and is ready and willing to help you with your design, or to answer any questions you might have with ordering, production, or shipping. YuanMei monuments would like the opportunity to earn your business. We are a full service business and can produce any stone to your specifications.

We will work with you to personalize your granite marker to best memorialize your loved one!

We believe that the design must be a representation of the life that was lived and the special memories of their family members. We have over 500 designs to help us do this.  A lot of companies will out source their designs and it can take weeks longer to finalize your stone.  We are one of the few monument companies that have invested in the CAD design system. A mock up of your design can be printed up while you wait.  Your family deserves ease in your time of need.  

Please send mail or call today for a quote and get started on  design on your order.


 



General question before purchasing headstones.

What should I know before ordering my headstone?

The most important piece of information to know is the size and type of headstone that is accepted within the cemetery where the headstone is to be placed. Each cemetery is very different with their requirements and this is the first piece of information you need to know before ordering from us. We also double check with the cemetery after the order has been placed.

The following information will help you manage the process of ordering and installing your headstone. Please note that if you would like the headstone shipped to your cemetery, you must make arrangements for doing so before placing your order. The list below explains exactly what you need to do.

A. Cemetery Headstone Specifications

Every cemetery has different requirements for the cemetery, and even for different sections of the cemetery. These requirements can place limitations on the size, color and material of your headstone. Please refer to your cemetery contract; it should state what type of memorial is allowed. If not call your cemetery. We  may give you assistance if needed

B.What type of cemetery headstones are allowed?

Example: Upright headstone, flat bronze grave marker, flat granite grave marker, side by side companion, double interment grave marker, individual, infant, or veteran's marker, etc.

C.Regarding a companion memorial, which side is the husband and wife on?

Traditionally the husband is on the left and wife on the right, that is when viewing from the foot of the graves

D.What are the minimum and maximum sizes allowed for cemetery headstones?

A cemetery usually has a range of sizes they allow for the headstone. Make sure the size you purchase is within their range.

Is a flower vase allowed? Some types of cemetery headstones are available with a flower vase in bronze marker or granite marker. Make sure your cemetery allows a vase before selecting this option.

E.Are there any granite color restrictions?

While most cemeteries do not regulate granite color, a number of them will stipulate the color of granite allowed, especially for bronze markers with a granite base.

F.If they allow bronze markers, do they restrict the bronze coloring?

Some cemeteries refer to the bronze coloring as oxidation. Most cemeteries allow any bronze coloring, but a few will restrict the color to dark or light brown. Make sure you know what colors are allowed before selecting this option.

G.What other particular specifications do they require?

A few cemeteries will have specific requirements such as lawn mower proof edges (for the granite), specific size requirements for the granite base, or that a Christian symbol be incorporated into the memorial design (Catholic cemeteries). It is wise to be aware of any particular requirements before finalizing a headstone order.

H.Is any paperwork required for the placement of a cemetery headstone?

Cemeteries often have special forms such as a permit or authorization that need to be filled out for the placement of a cemetery headstone. These forms often require the signature of the lot owner(s) or next of kin before they accept a headstone for installation.

I.Is there an installation fee applicable to cemetery headstone?

If the cemetery will install the headstone then there is most likely an installation fee. This is normal as they are performing a service.

Required Cemetery Paperwork

Many cemeteries require some sort of documents to be filled out for placement of a cemetery headstone on the grave. These documents normally call for information regarding the specifications headstone and sometimes require a drawing. They may also request information about the monument dealer who is selling the headstone to you. Finally the lot owner or next of kin may need to sign the form authorizing the placement of the cemetery headstone.

In many cases the company in which you are purchasing the headstone from will assist you with this paperwork. They should be able to complete the forms and provide most of the required information pertaining to the cemetery headstone. Many cemeteries require some sort of documents to be filled out for placement of a cemetery headstone on the grave. These documents normally call for information regarding the specifications headstone and sometimes require a drawing. They may also request information about the monument dealer who is selling the headstone to you. Finally the lot owner or next of kin may need to sign the form authorizing the placement of the cemetery headstone.