Greenfield company is ‘class act’
Posted: Wednesday, September 21, 2011 8:39 am
Class Act Gravesite Restoration and Maintenance Company, a new three-family business in the Weakley County area, opened on March 4.
Located at 207 Fairview Drive, the company is owned and operated by Brent Brauer of Greenfield. Brauer is also the owner of Class Act Pressure Washing and Lawn Care Company that originated in Houston, Texas.
After moving the family business to Greenfield to take care of former mayor Brock’s parents, the company immediately went to work on the old family cemetery, Brock’s Cemetery, located in the backwoods of Sharon.
The preservation of family heritage is very important to the Brock and Brauer family, therefore “Broken, but now forgotten,” has become the slogan for the company.
The company offers detailed gravesite restoration and maintenance services to people who have loved ones buried in local and family cemeteries.
It provides professional cemetery maintenance and individual plot care to cemeteries in Weakley County and surrounding areas. Services range anywhere from a single stone to an entire cemetery.
Services offered include:
• Cleaning of headstones and footstones
• Leveling of leaning headstones and footstones
• Repairs to broken headstones and footstones
• Replacement headstones
• Pressure washing and painting of signs and gates
• Bench, flower pot, solar lights and torch installations
• A detailed family plot layout is provided at no additional charge.
Class Act Gravesite Restoration and Maintenance Company also provides lawn care services, including weekly and bi-weekly lawn maintenance. No Round-up® applications are used – only edging and weed eating.
Class Act Gravesite Restoration and Maintenance Company is licensed and insured. For more information about Class Act Gravesite Restoration and Maintenance Company, contact Brauer at: office – 235-3243, cell – (281) 706-7053 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.