Renovating memorials usually involves lifting, levelling, fixing broken pieces, redowelling and deep cleaning and can be very successful in transforming an old and sometimes neglected stone.  See below some before-and-after images to illustrate. 

It is sometimes worth considering replacing an old memorial completely with a less porous type of stone, or one of a simpler construction, as memorials which are constructed of certain stone types will quite quickly take on moss, lichens and algae again

after being cleaned.

Location:  Halstead, Essex, England, United Kingdom - email:

Telephone: 01787 274791

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