Grave Site Maintenance Business – Improve Your Life

Sharing my love of cemeteries, gravestones, grave yards, and grave care, is important to me. I feel very lucky that I have a passion in life and this passion allows me to visit cemeteries all over the world. I’m lucky (I know that) and I want to share my passion with everyone who shares my love of cemeteries. So, in my blogs and my videos, I often like to share beautiful cemetery sunsets and interesting tombstones and well-manicured cemetery lawns. I believe if we focus on beautiful & positive aspects of life then beautiful and positive things will find us. Sure, I know life can be difficult (and starting a business can be challenging) but focusing on positive things will bring positivity into our world.

Along with visiting great cemeteries, I love finding interesting or funny or inspiring grave markers. I came across one yesterday. It was a grave marker of an adult whose parents had preceded her in death. There was an arrow on her tombstone with the words “I’m With Them.” Though death of a loved one is sad, the positivity of this inscription lightens the sadness.

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Positive Grave Stone

This morning, I was in a new (new to me) cemetery performing documentation work. As I strolled the grounds looking at gravestones, I found a gravesite inscription that brought me down a few notches. As I read his tombstone, I wondered what his life must have been like? Was he sad all the time? Was he mad all the time? Did he have health problems? Or family problems?

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“A Lifetime in Hell?”

For such an inscription to be placed on a man’s tombstone….it makes me wonder about this man’s focus in life. If he would have changed his focus in life to a more positive outlook, could he have had a happier and brighter disposition?

Maybe.

Changing people’s lives – The more I speak with people around the country, the more I realize many people enjoy exploring cemeteries. One of the reasons we developed the Grave Care Business Course is to help people start their own Grave Care Businesses. It gives an opportunity to start a fulfilling, worthwhile business. Doing something fulfilling and worthwhile (and profitable) gives you a positive outlook on life.

If you’ve read through our website, you know that we offer a professionally produced Grave Care Business training course designed to help you start and operate your own successful Grave Care Business. I love hearing from people we have helped. Entrepreneurs sometimes struggle with starting their own businesses – We’re here to help.

Grave care is a rewarding & profitable business and I love focusing on the positive aspects of helping people get started.

If you’ve ever thought about starting your own Grave Site Maintenance Business, I think you will be very pleased with the amount of material included. Your parcel will be shipped promptly after you order. If you have any questions. please let me know.

Thank you:
Keith
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Gravestones – Proper Care

Improper Gravestone Handling

Proper gravestone care is something we take very seriously at GraveCareBusiness.com.

Gravestones, especially older gravestones can be porous and fragile. Harsh handling of fragile gravestones can cause irreparable damage. We try our best to put forward the most up-to-date acceptable practices in gravestone care.

I was in a cemetery recently where the gravestones dated back to the early 1800’s. Many of the stones were common fieldstones marking unlabeled grave sites. Other headstones were modern granite carvings with easy to read names and dates.

One of the gravestones had very faint lettering. The backside of the grave marker was especially difficult to read.Chalked Gravestone

Unfortunately, someone had dusted the marker with powdered chalk in an effort to better read the lettering. It’s very unsettling when I see a grave marker with chalk (and in some cases, shaving cream). These are old-timey practices that supposedly help people read names and dates off headstones. Although chalk makes it marginally clearer to read inscriptions on gravestones, it leaves a very unsightly look to the stone. If not washed away promptly, chalk can remain in gravestone crevices for an extended period of time.

Old Gravestone Damage

In the Grave Care Business Course, we have dedicated one section to the proper care of gravestones. Included, is a tutorial on methods you can use to examine hard-to-read grave markers. There is no need to use chalk.

Old Headstone Damage

If you have ever thought about starting your own Grave Care Business, it will pay you to use correct practices in Grave and Tombstone care. For more information about our Grave Care Business Course, please read through our website. You can order the course directly and it will be shipped out to you, normally, within 1 business day.

We love cemeteries and gravestones. We want to do what we can to make sure they are properly cared for.

Please let us know if you have any question.

Keith
www.GraveSiteBusiness.com

September Grave Care

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Autumn is a perfect time for Grave Care Services

And here we are in September. The long, hot, dusty summer is coming to an end. Ahead of us are days of slightly cooler weather and azure blue skies. Autumn is my favorite time of year and my favorite season to spend in my many local cemeteries.

Autumn brings with it the need for Grave Care Services. Grave plot maintenance, tombstone cleaning, and change-outs of grave side floral decorations are of particular interest right now. Additionally, those of you performing gravestone restoration services should complete your gravestone repair work before harsh winter weather arrives.

Have you ever thought about starting a Grave Care & Cemetery Maintenance Business? We have developed a professionally produced Grave Care Business Course. This course is designed to help you start and operate your own successful Grave Care Business.

Please read through our website to learn more. If you have questions, please let us know via our Contact Page. We love cemeteries and are always happy to answer your grave care related questions.

To order the course, visit our main page here:
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The Golden Hours for Cemetery Photography

Cemetery Photography

Golden Hour Cemetery Photography

I studied photography in college as part of my elective credits.

My professor always begged his students to take advantage of the golden hours. The golden hours are the time periods directly after sunrise and right before sunset. During these hours, sunlight is filtered though a larger portion of the earth’s atmosphere than it is at mid-day. This filtering effect gives a very pleasing, warm feeling to photographs.

I find that this pleasing feeling is felt in real life too. There is something about being in a cemetery at day break. As the sun crests the horizon to light the world, there’s no place I’d rather be than in a peaceful cemetery beginning a day’s work. Likewise, in the evening, as the sun dips to the west, I always feel a sense of accomplishment knowing I’ve put the day’s sunlight to productive use.

I was in the cemetery this evening as the sun was ready to dip below the horizon. It made everything bright and green and I wanted to share this photograph with you.

Performing grave care is such a rewarding business. If you’d like to start your own Grave Care Business, please look over our website and consider purchasing our Grave Care Business Course. The course is designed to help you start, operate, and grow your own Grave Site Maintenance Business.

Photography is an important part of Grave Care because your clients (especially those who cannot visit the cemetery) will want to see the work you’ve performed. The Grave Care Business Course (Full Version) includes a special section on how to properly photograph gravestones and cemetery landscapes for your clients to see your work.

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Starting A Grave Care Business Can Be a Dizzying Experience

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It’s natural for all business owners to occasionally feel like they are spinning in circles.

The excitement of starting your own business can be a dizzying experience. It can also be a bit frightening. When I began providing grave care services, there was no one else doing this type of work. I didn’t have anyone to lean on or ask for advice.

It was a challenge to blaze my own trail into a business where there was literally zero competition. This is one of the reasons I developed the Grave Care Business course. I love sharing information. Grave Care is such a rewarding business.

I am in cemeteries almost everyday. I continue to research and develop ideas to share with you to help you start and grow your own successful Grave Care Business.

So, if you feel like you’re spinning in circles and if you’re beginning to get dizzy thinking about starting your own Grave Care Business, please look over this entire website to learn how the Grave Care Business course will help you.

You can order the Grave Care Business course from the main page of our website and it will be shipped to you promptly.

If you have any questions, please let me know.

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Springtime Grave Care – Grave Decorations, Tombstone Cleaning, Plot Maintenance

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2016 Springtime Grave Care

This morning’s early springtime sunrise reminded me how much I enjoy doing this work and sharing it with you.

I was up early this morning. On the road before the sun came up, I pulled over to snap this shot for you as the sun crested the horizon. Seeing the predawn glow was a pleasant reminder of the fulfilling nature of this work. The reason I was up so early is because I am working on a new cemetery project. I hopped out of bed this morning excited for the day ahead.

There was a time when I worked in an office cubicle…dreading each and every day. NOT ANY MORE.

If you are fascinated with cemeteries.
If you love performing rewarding work.
If you enjoy helping people….then a Grave Site Maintenance / Grave Care Business is perfect for you.

Read through our website. We have developed a professionally produced Grave Care Business Course designed to help you start and grow your own Grave Care Business. You can order the full course directly though this website and we will ship it via Priority Mail directly to you.

We love cemeteries and are always happy to help. Please use the contact form to ask any questions.
If you are ready to order, your parcel will be shipped promptly.

Thank you:

Keith
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Cemetery Maintenance Business in 2015

Cemetery Decorations

Christmas Decorations add lots of profit to your Grave Care Business.

Start Your Grave Care Business in 2015

Though Christmas is over, Christmas grave decorations continue to adorn grave sites in cemeteries all across the United States. 2014 was a busy year for grave decorations and 2015 promises to be even busier as the custom of decorating graves increases in popularity.

Yes, we have exited the Christmas season and Christmas floral gravesite decorations will be removed in the coming weeks. However, there are a few important calendar events over the next couple months. Valentine’s Day is February 14th and it is a very popular day for family members to decorate their loved-ones’ grave sites. Easter is April 5, 2015. Easter grave site services include tombstone cleaning, spring grave site maintenance, and spring floral decorations. Mother’s Day is Sunday May 10th this year and, as you can imagine, millions of families will be paying tribute to their Mother’s by performing general grave site maintenance and placing flowers on their gravesites.

If you have ever wanted to start your own Grave Care Business but you’re worried that you missed the busy demand for Christmas decorations, right now is a great time to start your Grave Care Business so you can be prepared to offer Grave Plot Maintenance, Tombstone Cleaning, and Floral Decorations in the busy (and profitable) months ahead.

To learn more about the Grave Site Maintenance Business Course, click through to our main webpage. The cost of the course is $249.95 and teaches you practically everything you need to know to start and operate your own successful Grave Care Business.

If you’re ready to order the Grave Care Course, simply click the “Buy It Now” button below. Your order will be shipped to you within 1 business day. As always, if you have any questions please let us know. We are always happy to help.





Grave Care for Spring 2014

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Spring Grave Care includes Easter and Mother’s Day.

Grave Care Maintenance and Floral Decoration Services will be in high demand this spring. Easter and Mother’s Day

are two very busy times for Grave Care Business operators.

Trees are budding, daffodils are popping up everywhere, and grass is greening up nicely. These facts mean that spring is finally here. With spring comes a tremendously busy (and profitable) time for anyone who owns their own grave care business.

Most cemeteries suffer from neglect during the winter months. Landscaping goes unmaintained, branches from trees fall, and tombstones often build a layer of grime that needs to be washed off. Add Easter and Mother’s Day to the already long list of services that need to be performed and you can, surely, see how busy grave care will be for the next several months.

Being this busy is a good problem to have. If you price your services properly, your grave care business should be able to make a great deal of money over the next few month. Additionally, customers who contact you for spring time Grave Care businesses will often agree to hire you to perform other services through the year and grave site decorating on those special days such as Anniversaries and Birthdays.

IF you have already started your own Grave Care Business, prepare for a busy time ahead, If you still thinking about starting a Grave Care Business, you will get great help from our Grave Site Business Course. It includes practically everything you could want to know about starting and growing your own Grave Care Business.

The cost of the full Grave Care Business Course is $249.95 (+S&H). Click through by using the link below or if you’re ready to order, use this Buy It Now button:





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Grave Care Business Gives Back To Community

We are so excited that another user of our Grave Care Business Guidebook has been interviewed by their local newspaper.  The Gravesite Guardians received a very nice write-up in the Chapel Hill News.

Gravesite Guardians is the newest enterprise launched by Extraordinary Ventures, a local nonprofit that employs adults with developmental disabilities.

The Gravesite Guardians are working on cleaning grave markers in their local area.  Stephen Dougherty contacted us several months ago to inquire about our Grave Care Business package.  His enthusiasm and genuine interest in promoting his nonprofit inspired us so much that we were pleased that he chose our guidebook to help instruct his crew members in the proper methods of tombstone cleaning.

We are increasingly aware that newspapers, radio stations, and other local media outlets are interested in focusing on successful small business enterprises.  Additionally, grave care is an interesting concept and it is relatively easy to arrange an interview.  If you purchase our guidebook and need assistance in getting your grave care business mentioned locally, we will be glad to help secure a local media interview for your company.

If you are ready to order the Grave Care Business Course use the “Buy It Now” button below.





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Mowing Cemeteries and Grave Plots

Mowing Grass in a Cemetery

Mowing Grass in a Cemetery

If you have ever thought about making money with plot maintenance and cemetery grounds maintenance, you probably know that mowing grass is a big part of performing your jobs. I got a kick out of this grave marker I came across recently in a Maine cemetery. The family name is Mower and it made me think about the importance of proper trimming and mowing techniques when you are mowing cemetery grass.

Almost anyone can buy a lawn mower and do basic grass cutting in a cemetery. However, there is good money to be made mowing cemetery grass and we urge you to take a professional approach in your cemetery grounds maintenance. Proper equipment selection, blade height adjustment, and mowing patterns go a long way to providing your cemetery customers with professionally groomed grass.

If you have ever thought about starting a business mowing grass in cemeteries, we urge you to consider purchasing our Grave Site Maintenance Business training course. This course goes into GREAT DETAIL to help you start and operate a successful Grave Site Maintenance Business.

To read more about the Grave Care Business Course, follow the links below.

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