Engraving and Inscription Work is a Process of Duplication
The letter style, size and spacing of the previous engraving is always maintained.
The content of information displayed by the existing inscription dictates in what format the new information should be engraved. For example, if the year of birth and year of death were used previously, you would want to repeat this format for the newer inscription. This duplication of information will determine the total number of letters and numerals to be engraved. Once this has been determined, a price can be formulated.
Our prices are based on a minimum charge for 20 characters. Should inscriptions require the engraving of more than 20 characters, there is a cost per letter which is added to the minimum. We do offer a special price for engraving the year of death only.
The cemetery, in which this work will be done, may require the submission of a cemetery deed or a cemetery application signed by the lot owner, along with a fee. Cemetery fees vary per cemetery. Cemetery requirements would be handled by our office on your behalf.