Chaque monument est considéré comme une œuvre d’art. Martel et Fils Inc. utilise du granit de première qualité, tant pour les bases que pour les monuments.
Chacun des monuments est conceptualisé et fabriqué avec passion et respect. Les clients participent à la conceptualisation par l’approbation de chacune des étapes de la réalisation.
Chaque pièce est couverte par une garantie à perpétuité.
Every monument is considered to be a piece of art. Martel & Sons Inc. uses prime quality granite to build the bases as well as the monuments.
Each monument is designed and manufactured with passion and respect. Clients participate in its design and approve every step of its construction.
Each creation is covered by a perpetual warranty.
Martel & Sons Inc. is known for the high quality of its products and its unique design of columbaria and mausoleums.
Because we are the only company in this industry with columbaria exclusively made of granite, we use an extremely hard glue tested in laboratories to reduce the risk of breakage. All locks are made from stainless tin and steel, which are not affected by oxidation and therefore guarantee durability without maintenance.
Urns are made of wood, marble, bronze or granite.
A range de models is available to meet everyone’s demands and tastes. The advantage with granite urns is that they can be customized by using the chipping technique.
Granite benches provide a beautiful commemorative option for parks and public places.
They have the dual utility of being a resting area and commemorative artwork (or any other specific name). Different colours are available to help adapt to the environment in which they will be set up.
Regularly, organizations, architect firms, government agencies, Public Services and Procurement Canada, the National Capital Commission, and even the Department of National Defence, enlist the aid of Martel & Sons Inc. to design specific pieces of art or unusual creations.
These monuments can be found in different locations throughout Canada, including closer to us in Ontario and in Quebec.
Old marble and granite monuments contain the history of our culture and of our ancestors, so they need to be preserved for future generations.
These ancestral stone registries are invaluable, some of them worth more than $30,000. It is even possible to add the names of future generations, which can represent significant savings while still keeping an ancestral family monument.