Knollwood Cemetery and Mausoleum is located in Mayfield Heights, Ohio and has been serving the community with dignity and compassion for over 100 years. Knollwood Cemetery and Mausoleum opened in late 1909, the first burial was in 1910, and has 96 acres of "in ground burial spaces". Knollwood Cemetery and Mausoleum has one of the biggest Mausoleums in the State of Ohio.
The cemetery offers a choice of burial options, including graves permitting above ground grave markers or headstones and upright monuments.
Knollwood Cemetery and Mausoleum
1678 SOM Center Road
Mayfield Heights, Ohio 44124
Milano Monuments and Knollwood Cemetery and Mausoleum have worked together to serve the Northeast Ohio community for a number of years. Together we help families plan and carry out meaningful tributes to their loved ones.
We created the Northeast Ohio Cemetery Memorial Guide to help you make the best decision based on your needs and priorities. Learn about the memorial regulations and the associated fees at more than 40 cemeteries across the Cleveland area. Access the guide to see how Knollwood Cemetery and Mausoleum compares to others in the area.
Family-owned and operated since 1969, Milano Monuments offers the best quality, service, value, and craftsmanship in the monument industry.
Our on-staff Cemetery Advisors are well-versed in the rules and regulations of Knollwood Cemetery and Mausoleum, and can assist you with everything, including lot selection, cemetery regulations and memorial styles and colors.
We make planning simple for you, whether it's for a single grave marker or headstone, custom-designed estate cemetery monument or family mausoleum.
Before you meet with a cemetery to select a final resting place, be aware of the various costs involved. That way, you’ll be able to purchase or preplan without fear of financial surprises.
You may be surprised to find out that costs can differ significantly from one cemetery to another, even in the same city or county. That’s one reason we highly encourage working through a third party, such as a memorial provider, to help you navigate these decisions. We’ve worked with hundreds of cemeteries over the years, and can help you make the best choice for your family, factoring in costs, upkeep and other considerations.
Each cemetery has its own rules and regulations for the headstones allowed on their grounds. Though most cemeteries are not overly strict, many have requirements for the grave marker’s material and size at most cemeteries. By learning about these rules, you can better ensure the memorial you design can be placed.
We created an interactive map and list of the memorial design rules and regulations for dozens of the most visited cemeteries in Northeast Ohio.
Contrary to popular belief, cemeteries cannot prevent you from working with an outside vendor. At Milano Monuments, we advocate for our customers to ensure their right to memorialization is protected. We have supported our customers when working with cemeteries to help them get the memorial they want approved.
Across all industries, nearly one-tenth of all retail sales now happen online. While this can seem like an easier option, even for headstones, it rarely is. Due to the unique restrictions of each cemetery and the various forms that must be approved, we strongly recommend working with a provider that knows your cemetery and can advocate for you.
We have relationships with local cemeteries and educate you on the differences between cemeteries, the fees each requires, and the rules for headstones (including how they vary from section to section within a cemetery).
We work with you to create your memorial on our computer aided design system. You'll see a full-size rendering of your memorials before it's committed to granite.
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