Most of the applications of solidly mounted resonator need the compensation of temperature coefficient of resonant frequency. The presence of materials with different properties in the stack makes it complicated to explain the influence of each material individually on temperature coefficient. To reduce design and fabrication costs, an accurate and precise modeling of the resonators is required. In this paper, Mason model and finite-element analysis are used to design the resonators and results for both models, which are almost similar, are presented. Different kinds of configuration (symmetric and asymmetric, according to the thickness of the layers) are designed to achieve the temperature coefficient of frequency as near-zero as possible with an optimized response. Such designs are fabricated and characterized obtaining measurements of the temperature coefficient of frequency. The result shows that useful and reliable information on the performance of resonators can be achieved with accurate modeling.