Slant Memorials in Maryland

After the passing of a loved one, it’s important to mark their final resting place with a monument they would have appreciated. That’s why, here at Merkle Monuments, we provide high-quality memorial markers in a wide variety of styles and designs, including our popular slant memorials, in Maryland. 

Slant memorials are like traditional upright memorials, but the face is cut at a 45-degree angle. This makes it easier to read from a close distance. 

They are also wider, perfect for a double burial site. They are supported by a flat foundation, and can be raised by a headstone base to prevent blockage from flowers or landscaping. 

This option is popular for people looking for a highly customizable, yet affordable, memorial marker. Custom engraving services by Merkle Monuments can represent and honor the life of your loved one.

High-Quality Memorials in Maryland

Slant memorials are available in many materials, including granite, bronze, and marble. 

Our exclusive partnership with Rock Of Ages allows us to provide the highest quality granite in the industry. It also comes with a lasting warranty that can give you peace of mind in your investment. 

Bronze is the most customizable option for those looking to add a personal touch. Choose to engrave a portrait, landscape, poem, scripture, religious symbol, and much more. 

We guarantee our products stand the test of time. If wear and tear ever begins to accumulate, we even offer affordable cleaning and repair services. Your loved one’s monument is in the care of the experts!

Find the perfect size, style, material, and design for your project. Call Merkle Monuments today to learn more about our slant memorial options!

Merkle Monuments provides memorials, monuments, bevel markers, mausoleums, and more to Maryland. Our service areas include Baltimore County, Frederick County, Montgomery County, Howard County, Anne Arundel County, Carroll County, Washington County, Charles County, Prince George’s County, Kent County, Cecil County, Calvert County, St. Mary’s County, and more.