Custom Design Monuments has been in business for over 39 years. It is family owned & operated. Our main showroom is located at the intersection of Routes 422 and 268 in West Kittanning.
Our company represents honesty, dedication, and most importantly pride. We strive to bring individuality, affordability and the best possible service to you and your family during this extremely difficult time.
Our goal is to provide your family with a quality, affordable memorial which will express your loved one’s legacy, and suit your cemetery site.
The selection of a cemetery marker can bring you and your family a great deal of pride and satisfaction when done with proper care and counsel.
You will find our staff exceptionally kind, considerate and knowledgeable in helping your family. Our skilled craftsman can generate a computer image to show how your memorial will look when it is placed in the cemetery.
Let us share our long experience and ethical record in the monument industry with you.
We offer both domestic and import granite. A question that is most important to ask when placing your order. We guarantee our work, if you are not happy we will do everything we can to correct it so that you are.
Our craftsman are local to the area and they pride themselves on productivity, quality, and they get your memorial placed in a timely fashion.
"When you do it right the first time you never have to go back the second time, so do it right" Tim Stennett
We do everything from start to finish, when you leave our shop you are entrusting us to order your memorial (if we do not stock it) order the cemetery required foundation, blast the memorial and set the memorial. We do all work in house we are the only shop locally that does all work ON SITE.
When it comes to planning for your future, prearranging your final arrangements is one of the most considerate and practical plans you can make. Not only do you relieve your family of emotional and financial stress during their time of grief; you are able to make choices with which you are comfortable. In addition, you are able to choose from a larger variety of available options and locations without the pressure of time constraints.
There are, however, many important factors to consider when deciding to preplan. At Custom Design
Monuments, memorial advisors will be happy and able to answer all your questions directly and clearly.
Questions to Consider
Why should I preplan a memorialization?
You probably have already taken steps to prepare for a death in the family by making a will and taking out a life insurance policy. Preplanning your memorialization is simply the next step to completing your plans. By preplanning, you are making the wise decision to ensure that all of the emotional and financial details are in order for your burial. You relieve your family of a difficult decision in their time of grief and save a substantial amount of money by taking advantage of today’s prices.
What does preplanning involve?
Preplanning allows you to arrange and pay for burial needs in advance, providing you with the opportunity to make the choices that are right for you. You make the important decision regarding traditional burial, above ground entombment or cremation. You choose the location. And you can control the cost, spending as much or as little as you deem necessary.
Will preplanning really make it easier on my family?
Definitely! Your family will not be faced with the uncertainty of whether or not they are carrying out your wishes. Preplanning also helps avoid “emotional overspending,” an expensive situation many families face when they need to make immediate decisions at a highly stressful time.
Why is it important to have a memorial in a cemetery?
A memorial serves as a tribute, honoring past generations, acknowledging history and remembering one’s life and passing. We believe that it’s vital to provide a permanent tribute so that future generations may remember our ancestors who have passed on and reflect upon our history.
I’m planning on cremation. Do I still need a burial plan?
Cremation is a popular choice for its simplicity, dignity and affordability. Yet there are still many decisions. Cremated remains may be placed in a traditional burial plot or above ground in a mausoleum niche.
Isn’t a memorial something my family is supposed to take care of? Should it really be up to me to decide?
A memorial is a personal reflection of one’s life. Preplanning gives you and your family the time to think about and discuss the memorialization that will be most meaningful.
Choose a monument that reflects the life of your loved one and have it customized to suit your unique requests.
A unique way to cherish your life or your loved on is through the beautiful eternal lights that light the way of a resting place.
Choose from a variety of memorials including bench monuments, slanted, bronze, specialty memorials and more.
Beautiful work, in a timely fashion, compassionate caring people to work with !!― Heather in Kittanning, PA
My family has always trusted custom design monuments. I highly recommend them for your needs also !!