Flush Markers

A flush marker, also known as a flat marker or lawn-level marker, is a type of grave marker that lies flush with the ground. Unlike upright headstones or monuments, flush markers are level with the surface of the cemetery lawn, making them less prominent and more subtle in appearance. Flush markers are often chosen for their simplicity and understated elegance. They provide a clean and uniform look to the cemetery landscape.

Bevel Markers

Unlike flush markers that lie completely flat on the ground, bevel markers are slightly raised and inclined, with the back edge higher than the front edge. This inclined design allows for better visibility and easier reading of the inscription compared to flush markers. Bevel markers offer a middle ground between the understated simplicity of flush markers and the more prominent presence of upright headstones or monuments. They provide a subtle yet distinct marker for the gravesite, offering a dignified tribute to the deceased while maintaining a relatively low profile in the cemetery landscape.


Similar to bevel markers, slant markers are inclined, but they typically have a more pronounced angle, with the back edge significantly higher than the front edge. This slanted design provides increased visibility and prominence compared to flush or bevel markers. One of the primary advantages of slant markers is their visibility within the cemetery landscape. The slanted design elevates the marker above ground level, making it more prominent and easier to spot from a distance. Overall, slant markers are a popular choice for individuals seeking a memorial option that combines visibility and aesthetic appeal.


One of the distinguishing features of tablet monuments is their upright orientation, which provides a prominent and visible marker for the gravesite within the cemetery landscape. Tablet monuments come in various sizes and styles, ranging from simple and understated designs to more elaborate and ornate configurations.


Mausoleums offer a permanent and dignified resting place for the deceased, providing protection from the elements and offering a space for loved ones to visit and pay their respects. They are particularly common among families or individuals who desire above-ground interment or wish to create a lasting memorial that can be visited for generations to come.


A columbarium is a structure designed to store cremation urns, providing a dignified and permanent place for the remains of the deceased.Columbariums offer an alternative to traditional burial for those who choose cremation, providing a dignified and permanent resting place for cremated remains. They also offer a space-efficient option for memorialization.