Memorial Bench

The Memorial Bench is the perfect way to commemorate your loved ones that have passed in a special, unique way. We offer two memorial products: Memorial Benches and Memorial Swings. Each option is available with personalized laser cut design options including: portraits, inscriptions, designs, and more. Our team will work with you every step of the way to create the type of memorial bench that you have envisioned.

To get started on your metal bench order, click the link below or give us a call at (801) 414-1724.

Price Varies With Design

Memorial Bench Styles

Be sure to specify which type of bench style you would like for the Memorial Bench. There are three styles: Classic, Arched, and Metropolitan. We also manufacture bench swings and frames. These can be purchased together or separately.

4′ Classic Bench: 48″ x 27″ x 36″

6′ Classic Bench: 72″ x 27″ x 36″

8′ Classic Bench: 96″ x 27″ x 36″

4′ Classic Arch Bench: 48″ x 27″ x 38″

6′ Classic Arch Bench: 72″ x 27″ x 38″

8′ Classic Arch Bench: 96″ x 27″ x 38″

Our team of artists create intricate designs that help personalize the memorial bench. This includes the addition of portraits, inscriptions, sceneries, and other custom designs.

Richard West Memorial Bench Design

Compliment Any Location

The laser cut memorial benches are designed to compliment any location. Whether the memorial bench is being installed in a public park, cemetery, or memorial garden, it will add beauty and class.

Weatherproof Finish

As bench manufacturers, we understand the importance of having the metal withstand harsh weather conditions. We use stainless steel foot pads that prevent rust and corrosion from creeping up the bench legs. Each outdoor bench is also sandblasted, primed, and powder coated to protect the bare metal from outdoor exposure by preventing chips and scratches.

Durable Product

Each bench is designed to last for years and years to come. To achieve this longevity, the body of the bench is cut from a single sheet of metal that is then bent into place. This allows for fewer welds; creating less points of weakness. When welds are used, our craftsman only use fully closed welds. This procedure keeps out unwanted moisture from building up.