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We are located at 122 Spring Street, Southington, Connecticut 06489 diagonally across from BJ's. You will see our signs on the building from the street.
Easy online ordering here through our website or over the phone at (860) 426-3111. In store pick-up available in Southington, Connecticut. Select "pick up" at checkout. For technical questions email email@example.com or call (860) 426-3111.
Once you add items into your cart, you will be given all shipping options at checkout before entering in payment.
We use all major shipping carriers - USPS, FedEx, UPS
During checkout, you will see all shipping carrier options with pricing and expected delivery times. These delivery times are an estimate based on your location. USPS, FedEx, and UPS pick up from us Monday-Friday. We strive to get your package out as quickly as possible. All orders will ship out same day, or next business day. We currently do not ship out on Saturday and Sunday.
Once your shipping label is created, you will receive an email with tracking information that will be updated with expected delivery once the carrier picks the package up. Please reach out to us with any questions or concerns.
Expedited shipping: We offer Overnight and 2-day shipping via FedEx. Saturday delivery is not guaranteed.
Overnight shipping orders need to be placed by 3pm Mon-Thur to guarantee next day delivery.
2-Day shipping orders need to be placed by 3pm Mon-Wed to guarantee two-day delivery.
We ship everywhere in the United States and Canada
FedEx Express Overnight is the garunteed next day shipping option that we offer. This service is garunteed for delivery Monday-Friday. Although it is regional, the overnight service cannot be garunteed for Saturday delivery. FedEx Express Overnight orders need to be placed by 3pm Monday-Thursday, otherwise next day delivery is not garunteed.
If you are in the Northeast and place an order using FedEx Ground/Home Delivery, or UPS Ground - it is possible you will receive your package the next day.
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Yes! Please contact us immediately and include all necessary information.Any order that has not shipped yet can be adjusted and cost differences will be refunded. If you would like to add items you will need to call us and provide your card information since we do not store card information.
Call or email us as soon as you can with your order number, name, and what went wrong. We will offer a discount to keep the item, or send a replacement if necessary.
You can return your order. All returns and exchanges must be made within 30 days of delivery. Returned merchandise will not be accepted without our authorization. Please contact us before returning
If your item is not damaged, you are responsible for the return shipping and will not be refunded for the original shipping cost.
A refund for the items will be immediately processed once the return is received. The refund will be applied to the same payment method you used for the purchase.
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Dual Glaze is usually used for windows in situ, meaning fixed in the wall. Recommended for outdoor application but can also be applied indoors
Type M should be applied indoors. When we say "inside" we are referring to the application of the product. You don't want to apply the putty and leave it outside before painting. Type M is for exterior or interior side facing windows
Slower drying time: 2-3 weeks depending on temps and conditions
One gallon of putty will cover 336 linear feet | one quart of putty will cover 84 linear feet
It is advisable to apply the putty in above freezing temperatures. Make sure the putty is pliable during application.
Avoid application in frosty or damp conditions.
A high quality acrylic/latex or oil based paint.
Ottosson Linseed Oil Paint would be a great option
D/2 is effective on mold, algae, mildew, lichens, and air pollutants.
The most common kind of staining found on gravestones and cemetery monuments is biological activity consisting of all types of growth listed here
D/2 Biological Solution is safe to use on
We are working on instructional sheets to send with D/2 orders!
Immediate Result Scrub Method
No Scrub / No Rinse Method
Regardless of which method is used, D/2 will continue to work with the cycle of natural elements. Results will occur in about one week to one month, depending on severity of soil. Sometimes maximum results may take up to 6 months.
Reapply if rain occurs within 12 hours of application.
D/2 Biological Solution has coverage of roughly 250-300 square feet/gallon. The quart size, therefore, will clean roughly 60-75 square feet. You can get away with 1-2 average sized stones with the quart! This will vary depending on how much growth is present and how much of the solution is used.
Typically D/2 is used undiluted for optimal effects, although you can dilute if you wish.
D/2 Biological Solution is the most widely used gravestone cleaner in America. It is biodegradable and has a pH of 9.5. D/2 has been used on the White House, Arlington Cemetery, Gettysburg Cemetery and many more.
Yes! This means that the D/2 is working. The orange / yellow tint comes from the biological growth dying off, similar to the leaves changing colors during the fall. The color should dissapear over the next few weeks as the solution continues to work.
The expiration date on D/2 is 5 years from when the container is opened
D/2 Biological Solution will freeze if left in very cold temperatures for an extended period of time. The freezing temperature of D/2 is about 16 degrees Fahrenheit, and the D/2 will mostly turn to a thick slush. Freezing does not harm D/2, and once it thaws it will still be good to use. Be careful, though! If your D/2 freezes, it may crack the container and will leak once in liquid form again.
Yes, D/2 is safe to use on bronze but it will not clean oxidation.
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Permission should be requested in advance of performing any cemetery preservation work. Depending on the location of the cemetery this may include many different situations. Cemeteries that have staff on the site should be notified in advance of work being performed.
If a cemetery is maintained by the town then there will be a contact number available for you to reach.
Abandoned cemeteries represent a unique situation where there is no one simple answer. It would be wise to contact the local historic society, or funeral directors in the region may have information to help determine if there is any stewardship of the site.
This depends on the location of the specific cemetery, and the regulations that are applicable.
Generally speaking, cleaning of your own family or relative's gravestones should always be allowed.
No. Only the D/2 Quarts come with spray nozzles.
There are many other possible causes of staining such as atmospheric staining from soot and pollution, which is most often found in cities. Another common form of staining is caused by iron oxidizing and becomes a rust color on the stone.
Additionally there are many other possible forms of staining that may be encountered including: graffiti, sap from trees, and oil from maintenance equipment.
We carry many specific cleaning products designed for these situations! Stone Cleaning Products
Yes! Permission should be requested in advance of performing any cemetery preservation work. Depending on the location of the cemetery this may include many different situations. Cemeteries that have staff on the sight should be notified in advance of work being performed. If a cemetery is maintained by the town then there will be a contact number available for you to reach.
Do I need permission to work on my family's plot?
This all depends on the location of the specific cemetery, and the regulations that are applicable. Generally speaking, cleaning and working on your own family or relative's gravestones should always be allowed.
D/2 Biological Solution is the most effective gravestone cleaner for the removal of biological growth
This is one of the most commonly asked questions.
Conventional wisdom would dictate that when a stone is sealed then it would be protected from weathering and the elements of nature. However, monuments, gravestones, and historic masonry must be able to both absorb and expel vapor or else moisture will be trapped within the stone which can lead to deterioration, which will cause more harm than good.
Instead of sealing stone, there are some beneficial treatments that will help protect, preserve, and strengthen stone that do not trap moisture. These include breathable water repellents and consolidation treatments.
Cemetery monuments are very heavy, due to stone weighing at least 150 pounds per cubic foot. Great care should be taken not to harm the monument, and most importantly that no injuries occur to the personnel performing the repairs.
Because there is so much nuance with this subject matter, it would be wise to consult a professional and/or attend a workshop or training seminar before undertaking a cemetery preservation project.
For more info, check out gravestonepreservation.info and a video produced by Millennial Stone Cleaner on YouTube!
If you're ready to perform this task, these are the most commonly used materials:
There are many situations that occur when we cannot be sure what is located under ground. There are some high tech procedures such as ground penetrating radar which can be employed, but they are time consuming and expensive.
With a simple probe a great deal can determined about underground features; including sunken stones, burial vaults, and other underground anomalies. By successively probing in a sequential pattern it can often be determined where there are underground abnormalities that may indicate hidden gravestones or foundations. However, rock terrain, tree roots, and hard clay soil can make this process difficult.
Yes, all the monument setting compound that we have is ready to use.
There are a few different options depending on the specific situation. A knife-grade epoxy is preferable over a flow-able liquid.
One of the biggest variables between epoxies is how thick they are which will effect their performance when joining broken stones. The Akepox 2010 is the thinnest of the knife-grade epoxies, the Akepox 2030 is thicker, and Akepox 2040 is the thickest with the most fillers in it allowing it to span gaps and is better suited for highly eroded stone.
Akepox 5010 is the most popular and widely used epoxy. This epoxy is clear, food-safe, and UV stable meaning it will not discolor over time. This epoxy can also be pigmented with the Akepox Colorants in order to achieve a color consistent with the stone you're working on.
Without the proper tool it can be a bit tricky to open a new can of epoxy. It is best to use a very thin tool such as a margin trowel. Gently push the trowel between the can and lid then slowly ease it all the way around working the lid open.
Click here to view a video on opening and mixing Akepox Epoxy!
Akepox epoxies are sold by weight, not by volume. All Akepox epoxies are consistent with a simple 2:1 mixing ratio.
In a laboratory setting or indoor environment the epoxy can be weighed to exact proportions, however working in an outdoor environment we have found that it can easily be proportioned and mixed with plastic spoons and paper plates. This simple mixing procedure will save you time and money.
It is recommended to always wear protective gloves when handling and mixing epoxy to avoid skin contact.
There is a calendar in our Events Page where you can see Jon's schedule. The events listed here include 48 State Tour workshops. These are hosted by Jon and local cemeteries/organizations.
48 State Tour workshops are completely free to the public!
Please contact us with your name, cemetery name & address, and details on what you need! We will get back to you as soon as possible to discuss details
firstname.lastname@example.org | (860)426-3111 | (860)558-2785
Yes. Jon can travel to specific locations for private jobs. He has the capability to work in a cemetery, singlehandedly to fix a number of stones. Please contact us if your are interested in a private job.
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