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Grave Finishing-Granite

Grave Finishing-Granite

Starting From UGX7,500,000


Losing a loved one is a painful experience. The best thing you can do for your departed loved one is to arrange a memorable send-off for them for example making a finishing with a gravestone will stand tall for many years to come, a sign that the memories of the loved one will live forever. To add on that, gravestones are the perfect way to inscribe some special messages into a durable material in appreciation of the deceased.

Granite grave finishing is  between 7.5 Million to 13 Million depends on what type you would prefer.

Below are various types of finishes the grave could appear Although, standard polishing is the most popular type of finish that could be applied.

Honed finish granite / Matte Finish

Honed finish on granite will not look as shiny as polished finish and will also lack the reflective nature seen on polished stones.

Honed gives the stone smooth and gloomy finish. Honed finished headstones are also scratch resistant since they are not glossy.


Leather granite finish

Leather finish gives a unique aesthetic to the stone and gives a natural look to the stone although the texture is created by skilled professionals.

The little nooks and crannies created will give the unique worn look of leather which is popular among many. The texture is mainly influenced by the type of the stone and its color.


Sandblasting of granite gives a rough texture to the surface. Depending on your requirement, we shall sand blast the stone light or deep.

Sandblasting not only improves the look of the stone but also affect properties like,  wettability, and resistance as the headstones have to stand in the grave for decades without blemishes.


Granite Flamed finish, The surface of the stone is subjected to high temperature flame. This results in a faded, non-smooth, and slight color variation because of the reaction of minerals in the stone with the flame.

Flamed is not the most preferred finish — at least among  buyers. However, we get occasional order that require the headstone to be treated with flame.

Brushed granite finish Brushed

Brushing the surface of the stone with metal rotary brushes creates an antique finish to the stone. This gives the stone a bumpy look since the brushing erodes all the softer particles on the surface.

However, when felt, the surface will be fairly smooth.

Bush hammered granite finish

The stone is pounded with machine or small hand-held hammer depending on the type or size of the stone. The result is a fairly smooth surface with small craters and pits due to the impact. Since granite is one of the strongest occurring materials in nature and we work with only top quality stones, they are good at taking all abuse when the headstone is bush hammered. The cost of bush hammering could be slightly more dear compared to Flamed and Waterjet finish since it involves manual hammering, which takes more time.

Chiseled granite finish

One of the oldest methods of finish is chiseled. As the name suggests, the stone is chiseled with a small chisel. It will give a rough and chipped surface. This is done with hand and the craftsmanship adds a classic look to the stone.