Traditional memorials in Lancaster are one of the finest ways to pay tribute to a departed dear one. At Kenneth A Fraser Ltd, we have more than 90 years’ experience in creating memorable remembrance choices. We help you to design and construct the finest visions of love and respect that will last for generations to come. Our team of highly trained, experienced crafts-persons who carry skills that have been handed down over the decades combine the best of modern technology, innovation and design elements. What sets us apart from others in this sector is our commitment to quality, affordable pricing and our 100% focus on customer satisfaction. That is the reason why most of our business has always come to us via word of mouth recommendations. Being a local business, we are in tune with the prevailing needs, preferences and budget of the communities we serve.
We help clients to reflect the unique personality and character of the person for whom the memorials are created. In Lancaster, traditional memorials don’t have to be boring, stereotypical and clichéd. Instead, with superb craftsmanship and unique styling we can ensure that the memorial is one of a kind, just like your loved one. We understand how difficult it is to plan the right kind of memorial tribute to a loved one when the grief of their passing is still new. When people lose a family member they have to deal with a myriad emotions and they also have to make many decisions. With our experience, we can guide you through the entire process of selecting the perfect design and materials to create an enduring tribute.
There are different kinds of traditional memorials in Lancaster that are available for clients to choose from. Memorials are generally made from long-lasting materials like granite, marble, and bronze. If you are interested and need more information about our traditional memorials, contact Kenneth A Fraser Ltd. Clients may require cremation memorials, flat stone memorials or grave markers, infant or pet memorials, individual or family memorials, mausoleums, benches, and fountains. It’s important to check with the cemetery or churchyard about their regulations regarding memorials so that your memorial stays in compliance with them.