Welcome to St. Charles Monuments - Long Island
Monuments and Memorials for all Cemeteries
St. Charles Monuments offices are located at 1280 North Wellwood Avenue in West Babylon, New York 11704. St. Charles Monuments of Long Island has been family owned and operated for over 65 years. Our memorials are fabricated locally and we take pride in producing a cemetery monument in a timely manner.
When someone you love passes away, it can be a difficult time. After four generations, we have lost our own loved ones and know the feeling of confusion and disbelief. When it comes time to choose a style and type of monument, it is important that you are treated with care and quality customer service. We understand that by your family choosing our custom monument company to tell your family story, it is not a right but a privilege. We care about each family that walks through our doors. To best express your family and loved one through a monument, we take the time to understand your family's story. Your family's monument will represent countless memories and acts of love.
Although life may end, memorials last forever.
Headstones and Memorials from St. Charles Monuments
St. Charles Monuments - Articles & Information
When a loved one passes away, it can be a very difficult time. Not only do surviving family members feel a sense of loss and a range of emotions, but there is also work to be done. Along with necessary funeral arrangements and casket selection, there comes the task of choosing a headstone for your loved one’s grave. The team at St. Charles monuments has been in this business for a long time, and therefore has a great deal of experience in helping families through this difficult process. Below we have provided some tips on how to best go about… Read more »
If you visit a cemetery, you will notice a lot of symbols engraved onto many headstones. You may think that these symbols are chosen for headstones at random, but that’s far from true. Each symbol that is etched onto a gravestone has a very specific meaning. Usually the symbol has some sort of significance to the one who has passed. In order to understand these symbols, we have listed some popular ones below along with their meanings. Cross: Not only is a cross recognized as a symbol of the departed’s faith, but also signifies resurrection. If found in a military… Read more »
Many people like to keep the headstones of their loved ones properly maintained. There are several ways they practice this. Activities like bringing flowers, stones, and photos on a regular basis help friends and families keep the gravesite attractive and their loved one’s memory alive. In addition to these, people also find it helpful to clean the actual monument of their loved one’s grave. Cleaning a cemetery monument may seem like a simple idea. However, there are several factors to consider before paying a visit to the cemetery to do some routine maintenance. Can the Gravestone be Cleaned? Sometimes a… Read more »