Christmas Decorations in Cemeteries – Time To Remove

christmas_grave_decorationsChristmas Grave Decorations Should Be Removed In A Timely Fashion

I love seeing well-placed Christmas decorations in our local cemeteries. The weather in December is drab and decorations help cheer things up a little. Well maintained Christmas decorations bring a bit of color into the cemeteries at a time when the grass and trees are a sullen brown. Families of those interred in the cemeteries like Christmas decorations, too. In fact, Christmastime is one of the busiest seasons of the year for people paying to have grave decorations placed.

Once Christmas is over, there is a certain amount of time before decorations become disheveled. I like to removed Christmas Grave Decorations by January 15. Most Christmas oriented grave decorations are placed in late November. By mid-January, Christmas decorations have been on the gravesites for over 6 weeks and they begin falling apart due to wind and rain.

Grave care customers appreciate when you take the extra steps to remove decorations in a timely manner. An additional benefit to this is that winter time ground work can be performed between now and Valentine’s Day when the next floral decorations will be placed.

Proper rotation of Grave Decorations is important.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Christmas Grave Decorations

Grave Site Christmas Decoration

Simple Grave Site Christmas Decoration

Christmas 2011 is still a few days away.

Though it is late in the season, Grave Care Business owners have a great opportunity this week to earn a good deal of additional revenue and acquire several regular customers before the end of the year. Grave site decorations bring a festive aire to loved-ones’ cemetery plots and allow families to share the spirit of the season with those who have passed on. Grave site decorations can be small & simple or extravagent depending on the wishes of the family and the allowable regulations of the cemetery in which the decorating is being performed.

So, if you are looking to boost your income toward the end of this year, don’t neglect the last few days before Christmas.

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Grave Site Care and Decoration for Father’s Day

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Hi Everyone:

I just want to take a quick minute to jump on here and remind you that Father’s Day is Sunday June 20, 2010.

If you are running your own grave care & grave site maintenance business then you know how important Father’s Day will be to your customers. You should already be taking appointments to decorate gravesite with flowers and personalized decorations. Some of your customers will want the work completed by Friday so the grave site looks nice all weekend. Other customers will want decorations placed on Sunday morning. So, be prepared to work a few hours on Sunday to make sure all your customers are happy.

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