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What you should know about the Granite Base!
Virtually all upright monuments use at least one supporting base. Those that don’t are called “Monolithic”.
The simplest base style has a polished flat top (PFT) and balanced rock pitched (BRP) sides.
Bases can be “dressed up” by adding polished margins, drop washes, name chamfers, or beveled fronts.
Although most bases have square corners with straight sides, some are now being produced with rounded ends and some are even being shaped with curved edges.
Some monuments even have more than one base. In such cases, the upper base is referred to as the “sub-base” and the lower one is called the “bottom base”.
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