Granite Tombstone Prices & Headstone Picture Designs Updated Catalogue Launched

Johannesburg Tombstone Manufacturing Company announced an update of its catalogue for 2020. All its tombstones are made of premium-quality granite and can be personalized with texts and pictures.

Randfontein, South Africa - January 22, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Johannesburg Tombstone company specializing in manufacturing 1st grade export quality, granite tombstones, announced the launch of an updated catalogue with a wide array of tombstone designs and pictures. The catalogue includes designs for babies, singles, and couples, designs ranging from flat, single slates to multi-slate headstones, curved cuts, thematic models and various others.

More information can be found at https://tombstonecompany.co.za/tombstone-prices

The new catalogue includes a variety of updated designs available either as headpiece only, or as headpiece plus chips and curb or ledger and curb. From custom headstones for children, featuring popular characters like Mickey Mouse or Winnie the Pooh, to large double tombstones for couples, the catalogue offers a large selection of fully personalized headstone designs.

All tombstones are made from 1st grade, export-quality granite, feature professional engravings up to 120 letters, and come with the option of carving a picture of the departed one. Also included in the price of the granite tombstone is professional installation anywhere in the Johannesburg area.

As part of their commitment to service quality and customer satisfaction, Tombstone Company offers lifetime warranty excluding vandalism and malicious damage.

Tombstone Company has more than ten years of experience creating high-quality, durable granite tombstones for clients in the Johannesburg area. Its creations can be found in Westpark Cemetery, Avalon Cemetery, Alexandra Cemetery, New Roodepoort Cemetery, Carletonville Cemetery, Kromvlei Cemetery, Ennerdale Cemetery, Alberton North Cemetery, and other locations.

A spokesperson for the company said: “We are specialists in the manufacturing of these lifelong memorials. Each of our granite stones is meticulously detailed to your specifications, and each tombstone is a one of a kind custom made design. Our headstones are checked and double checked by the best craftsmen in the business to ensure quality and accuracy. Our granite tombstones are the finest grade granite and highly polished on the front.”

Contact Info:
Name: Gunther Herrmann
Email: Send Email
Organization: Tombstone Company
Address: 8th Avenue, Rikasrus AH, Randfontein, Gauteng 1759, South Africa
Website: https://tombstonecompany.co.za/contact-us/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88943302

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