Choosing a memorial can be a very difficult process. On the one hand, family and friends may have differing views about how to appropriately remember the deceased. On the other hand, specific regulations relating to different cemeteries and churchyards may limit the options available, ultimately affecting the design chosen.
Then there’s the fact that it’s important to create a lasting and respectful tribute that will continue to honour a loved one for years to come.
For this reason, it is essential to work with memorial suppliers who are not only skilled craftspeople, but who can also offer a listening ear, as well as advice and guidance if required.
Discuss your memorial requirements
The first stage in the process is to get an understanding of preferences when it comes to materials, memorial wording, designs and budget. Because local regulations may have an impact here, it is a good idea to speak to a supplier with years of experience in dealing with cemetery management who will be able to answer any questions you may have.
So you can get a better appreciation of what can be achieved with high-quality workmanship and attention to detail, try to visit a showroom to see examples for yourself. Our own showroom in Kidderminster is open to anybody who wishes to pop in to discuss their requirements in more detail.
Alternatively, if you are not able to come into the showroom, you can download our brochure or pick up the phone to talk to us about your needs. We’re always happy to help.
We strongly believe that the bereaved shouldn’t be put under pressure to make a decision over something that is so personal. In fact, if you feel that you are being asked to make a quick decision based on sales targets, polished patter or a marketing spiel, then it’s best to take a step back.
At Davis Memorials, we understand that it takes time to come to a final decision – one that is right for friends and relatives, meets cemetery requirements and is an appropriate and sensitive reflection of the deceased’s personality.
A listening ear and the ability to empathise with a client are qualities that every good memorial stonemason should have.
Speak to a memorial provider in Kidderminster
If you would like to make an enquiry about memorials in Kidderminster, you can complete our contact form or call our friendly and experienced team on 01384 566 958.