A slant monument has a steeply angled face and the back is perpendicular. The bottom of the slant is generally 10" thick and slants up to a narrower top. Slants may be placed directly on the foundation, or they may be placed on a matching granite base. There are two types of slants - the traditional style has a front nosing and the western slant has a full face. The western style looks better when placed on a matching granite base, and the larger face allows for additional engraving. The price is the same for either style.
- The slant style stands up to allow for easy reading and recognition.
- It allows for engravings to be done on the back of the monument. Some people want to put the names of their children on the back.
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