Mausoleums are one of the oldest forms of paying tribute. To this day they still carry the idea of prominence. Mausoleums are large closed in structures that offer privacy to its visitors. The structures can be built in ground or above ground. An average mausoleum can hold between 12 and 24 internments. Generally, mausoleums are going to be built with granite for its strength. Granite is naturally very resistant to oxidation, rain, wind, hail, and snow.
Mausoleums are much more complex of a task than other memorials or monuments. The average building time of the mausoleum can be anywhere from 1 to 4 weeks. When building a mausoleum the labor and crafting is not the slow part it is applying for and receiving all of the proper documents.
Possibly the greatest aspect of dedicating a mausoleum is the privacy that comes along with it. By having a more profound sense of privacy you and your family will be opening yourself up to greater visits. Additionally, granite is available in many colors, which can further be customized with different metals and stones.