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Grave Construction - Ordinary Cement

Grave Construction - Ordinary Cement

Starting From UGX1,500,000


Concrete and cement is so integral to our communities especially in grave construction because it is the only building material that cost-effectively delivers and readily available.

Monolithic character gives a nice appearance and much  rigidity to the grave walls

The property of concrete to possess high compressive strength, makes cement grave walls more economical.


Cement has very good strength in tension as well as compression.


Cement grave structures are durable if designed and laid properly. They can last up to 100 years.


Cement sections can be given any shape easily by properly designing the formwork. Thus, it is more suitable for architectural requirements.


The raw materials which are required for Cement graves i.e., cement, sand aggregate, water and steel are easily available and can be transported easily. Nowadays Ready Mix Concrete (RMC) is used for faster and better construction. (RMC is the concrete which is manufactured in the factory and transported to the site in green or plastic state).

Fire Resistance 

Cement graves are fire resistant too.


Cement is almost impermeable to moisture.

Frequently Asked Questions

Repatriation of remains is a service that provides coverage for the transportation of the covered individual’s bodily remains back to their area of principal residence, in the event of a covered illness or injury that results in death in a foreign country.

A memorial service is an event held after, or at any other time following the deceased's funeral. it is also referred to celebration of life.

Mainly we use Ordinary cement with bricks, stones and gravel, alternatively we also use Ceramic Tiles that usually appear in different colors lastly half bricks this depends on our clients preference 

One can use several Materials depending on ones preference starting with half bricks , ceramic tiles and marble.

An Order of Service Booklet provides a schedule of the ceremony and is given  out to mourners as they arrive or sent to people who can't attend.

Pre-planning provides you with the time needed to make practical, detailed decisions that reflect your way of lifestyle while still living.

Embalming is the process of preserving a body by delaying the natural effects of death giving them a more peaceful appearance.

A post-mortem , also known as an autopsy, is the examination of a body after death. The aim of a post-mortem is to determine the cause of death.