Cache Valley Monuments Services
- Cemetery Headstone Production
- Art Design
- Military Veteran Headstones
- Ceramic Photos (Lifetime Warranty)
- Bronze Plaques and Statues
- Cleaning and Straightening
- Death date engraving on existing stone
- Servicing all Utah Cemeteries
- Southern Idaho and Wyoming Cemeteries
The Ceramic is a 100% porcelain tablet onto which pigments have been fired at over 800°C in order to ensure image permanence. Available in 16 shapes and sizes.
Every PSM portrait is unconditionally and perpetually guaranteed against fading and deterioration due to weather, as well as breakage, theft, and vandalism.
PSM will replace, at no charge, any portrait which has faded or deteriorated or has been stolen, broken or vandalized.
Because your satisfaction is our main concern.
Headstone Cleaning Tips
There are many different types of headstones, but if you know that the marker you want to clean is granite and that it’s soiled with just dirt and mildew, here’s a suggestion: First, protect any ceramic photographs or bronze fixtures by masking them, and protect the grass around the marker by covering it with newspapers. Then wet the stone with plain water. Next, mix a solution of 50 percent regular household bleach and 50 percent water, and scrub the stone, using only a nylon or fiber brush (do not use anything containing metal because it can scratch or leave fragments behind that can damage the granite surface). Let set for 20 to 30 minutes, then rinse with plain water.
If you do not know the type of stone, the cemetery management or the monument company may be able to tell you — and recommend the best cleaning product. Any abrasive or acidic cleaning agents can easily damage headstones with a glazed finish. For bronze markers, there are special cleaning kits (available from monument supply companies).
Over time, a significant change in the color of the marker could be a sign that the finish has broken down and a professional refinishing is necessary. The cemetery management may be able to suggest someone
Disclaimer: Cache Valley Monuments will not be liable for any damage you do to your monument.
44 East Center Street
Logan, UT 84321
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