Over years large monuments of all types as well as mausoleums can start to deteriorate, due to less advanced building methods, improper construction, weathering, and unfortunately in some cases, vandalism. Regardless of the cause of the issue, we have the ability to restore monuments and mausoleums to their former beauty.
The cross to the right for example, is a couple hundred years old. The exact date of it's construction is unknown to us at least. On October 29, 2012 when Hurricane Sandy ripped a deadly path through Connecticut, this stunning Celtic Cross was toppled over off of its base and broke into a dozen pieces.
In November of 2019 we took it back to our shop in Breinigsville and began to put it back together, piece by piece. Over the years since it's unfortunate collapse, some pieces were lost and unable to be found, so a total restoration was not possible. Using modern adhesives and large stainless steel rods, we were able to return the structural integrity the cross once had. We then took it back up to the cemetery and set it once more. To give a sense of scale, the cross itself was almost 8ft tall.
This is just one of the many restoration projects we have completed over the years.