Who We Are and What We Offer
West Coast Monument is a family owned business specializing in custom countertops and memorials since 2002. We work with both natural and engineered stone, offering a wide variety of quartz, granite, marble, limestone, and travertine.
Examples of our specialties include countertops, fireplaces, desk tops, cutting boards, benches, plaques, bricks and more!
Whatever Suits Your Style
Since granite is a natural stone, each slab is unique and the samples are often quite different from an entire slab. There are granite colors that do not have much variance and are quite consistent as well (steel grey is an example). If there is a certain look you are going for then we can order a specific slab for you. Slabs are organized by lot so getting all of a color in a certain lot number and in-sequence within the lot can guarantee the slabs match together. You can also visit the warehouses where we order our granite from so you can see firsthand whether the stone is right for you.
Below: Steel Grey Leathered comparison in three locations
Below: Atlus/Desert Canyon installed in three locations
If you decide on quartz, the sample and the actual slab will be alike. Colors and patterns of quartz vary by brand. Our brands can be viewed on our Engineered Stone Brands page.
For more of a comparison between quartz and granite see our Quartz vs. Natural Stone page.
We also have links to the companies we get our products through on our site home page.
Location and Contact Information:
Office: (541) 572 – 5228
Fax: 541 – 559-1167
CCB # 154861
WestCoastStones@yahoo.com: (Countertops and all other inquiries)
WestCoastMemorials@yahoo.com: (Memorials such as head stones, plaques, bricks, pavers, benches, etc.)
Address: 52798 Stringtown Rd., P.O. Box #73, Myrtle Point, OR 97458.
Business Hours: Monday – Friday 9am to 4:30pm *Please call to make an appointment.
Heading South on Highway 42, make a right hand turn at the light on Spruce Street in Myrtle Point. Continue on Spruce Street past local businesses until you reach the Coquille River bridge. Take the second left while rounding the bridge and proceed 3/4 of a mile. We are in a cream building on the right hand side.
There are alternative routes to our shop, but this route is fairly straightforward. A GPS may not give you these directions.