Types of Monuments:

  • Granite
  • Bronze
  • Columbarium
  • Mausoleums
  • Pet Memorials
  • Civic Memorials


At Blue Ridge Monuments, we specialize in monument planning by helping individuals to personalize their headstones or monuments, ahead of time, thereby relieving their heirs of the burden. Our mission is to eliminate uncertainty and doubt surrounding your monument, as our dedicated team collaborates with you to attain the design you envision at a budget-friendly price. If you’re interested in customizing a monument that encapsulates your life and narrates your unique story, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

We also understand the profound emotional impact of losing a loved one and the challenges heirs face during the grieving process. Our compassionate team is committed to providing attentive support to families in their time of need. We offer assistance in selecting the perfect monument, guiding you through the design and customization process, ensuring it’s a fitting tribute to your loved one’s memory. With our expertise and vast selection of materials, styles, and inscriptions, we’ll help you create a lasting testament that honors their life and legacy, while respecting your family’s values and traditions. Let us shoulder the responsibility of crafting a beautiful memorial, allowing you to focus on healing and cherishing the memories shared with your dearly departed.


At Blue Ridge Monuments, we offer a comprehensive range of services to maintain and restore your monument’s appearance and structural integrity. Our skilled team can repair damage, relevel granite to ensure stability, reseal the die to the base, and attach vases securely to the base. We also provide sandblasting services for refinishing, death date engraving, and thorough cleaning of various materials such as granite, bronze, and marble. Additionally, we can add names and create simple carvings to further personalize your monument. Trust us to preserve your monument’s beauty and durability, ensuring it remains a lasting tribute to your loved one’s memory for generations to come.