Memorial Construction is often a multi-use area consisting of a variety of cremation memorial products. Generally columbaria or niches are the feature of the memorial project. Other common products are usually in-ground cremation estates; private ground burial estates as well as above ground private estates and walk in family estate buildings. Memorial construction projects can start with developing a small feature area and expanding in phases over time. Niche walls, Cremation gardens, memorial gardens, and large scale columbaria projects are some of the options available.

Niche Walls

Niche Walls

For many, a columbarium niche is the final resting place for cremated remains. A columbarium is a grouping of niches, which usually consist of a freestanding feature unit, walls of niches or a combination of both. A columbarium is often a feature component of a cremation lawn or garden. Niches can be made of a variety of materials, most commonly precast or aluminum. The exterior is veneered with granite that provides both long lasting beauty and security.

Niche Gardens

Niche Gardens

Cremation Niche Gardens are an intimate setting for a cremation final resting place. Gardens provide a place of serenity and meditation. They are usually lavishly landscaped and often include a calming water feature. A variety of cremation products can be part of the garden including: niches, cremation pedestals and in-ground cremation burial. Gardens can utilize small, often previously unusable space, or can be part of a large master plan. Honor Life can design-build or work with your architect.

Cremation Gardens

Cremation Gardens

Cremation Gardens are an intimate setting for a cremation final resting place. Gardens provide a place of serenity and meditation. They are usually lavishly landscaped and often include a calming water feature. A variety of cremation products can be part of the garden including: niches, cremation pedestals and in-ground cremation burial. Gardens can utilize small, often previously unusable space, or can be part of a large master plan. Honor Life can design-build or work with your architect.

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