Of course, you’d like headstone lettering in Huyton to last for a very long time. If they’re created by T. Lyon & Son, you can be sure they’re superbly crafted, one-of-a-kind pieces, designed to be memorable, strong and enduring. They reflect the enduring love and respect you and your family had for the deceased and keep the memory alive for generations to come. They should also provide a glimpse of your loved one’s personality, achievements and way of life. Along with this, there are a number of local and council regulations that determine the size, shape and design of headstones in many parts of the country. Our team can give you the right advice and assistance, as we have been in this business since 1929. As a well-established, reputed, family-owned business, we have strong ties in the local communities we serve.
We invite customers to view the available options at our showroom in Prescot, where we showcase a variety of styles, designs, materials. We also offer a full-design service facility where you can avail of customisation to suit your unique needs, preferences and budget. In Huyton, headstone lettering preferences may include certain motifs, emblems, fonts, etching, photograph-transfer, symbols or carving. We help you choose from a wide range of inscription options and lettering styles in terms of traditional hand-cut lettering or modern sandblasting techniques. You can have the lettering finished in silver or 23 and a half-carat gold leaf with a variety of coloured backgrounds. Most of us want something unique and different from the old, clichéd inscriptions that are seen across churchyards around the country. This is where our experienced team can step in and help you create something unique, yet tasteful and timeless.
Headstone lettering in Huyton can be done after careful thought and time have been spent on it because headstones are installed only six months after the burial. Contact us for more information about headstone lettering. While choosing the words for the inscription, it’s wise to keep it as simple and meaningful as possible. Avoid humour as it may not travel well across generations and may appear tasteless and politically incorrect in a future time.