As we all know South Africa is a poverty stricken country and therefore a burial from casket to tombstone can be a cost unachievable for most. This leads to thousands of graves going unmarked. With this in mind, we developed a more cost effective solution easily accessible and even easier to install.
The Lightstone was eventually born and now gives light in the form of hope, allowing families to provide their loved ones with a grave marker. The Lightsone performs the same function as a granite counterpart at a far more affordable price.
Our Lightstone is made from a robust UV protected plastic which gives it the strength to survive the harsh climate of Africa.
We provide the full service from manufacturing, engraving and delivering of the Lightstone to your doorstep.
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HOW TO INSTALL
Engrave Plaque with loved ones details for burial.
Insert plaque into the back of the tombstone securing it with the 8 barb push fasteners.
1· 9 a whole 13cm deep x 80cm long x 35cm wide for the fitting of the tombstone.
Mix concrete for the fastening and securing of the tombstone into the ground.
One can fill the tombstone through the 10cm cylindrical whole at the centre of the tombstone with either sand or Concrete. This adds more weight to the tombstone helping when securing it into the ground.
Once the tombstone is either half or completely fill with sand or concrete insert the 10mm x 200mm rebar into the 10mm holes on either side of the tombstone. Leave at least a quarter or half of the rebar sticking out. This will once again enhance the securing of the tomb
Add a small amount of concrete into the hole, covering the bottom of the entire hole creating a solid base for the tombstone to rest on.
Insert tombstone into hole making sure there is 2cm of the base above ground. Make sure the tombstone is level and set in.