If you’re on the verge of planning a direct cremation service in Moore, OK but want to learn more about the process before doing so, you should do some research. One place you can find some more information is on the questions and answers section of a crematory’s website. So if you realize that you may have to make final services arrangements for a sick loved one sooner rather than later, take some time to learn as much as you can about cremation.
What follows is a look at some of the questions and answers you’ll find on a crematory’s website.
Question: What are Some Advantages of Cremation?
Answer: One of the reasons many people choose cremation over burial is cost. Cremation, particularly direct cremation, is the most cost-effective body disposition option available. It strips out a lot of the extra things associated with planning a funeral service followed by a burial. With a cremation, you won’t need a casket, might not require embalming, and may not need other things. So by the time you get the bill for the body disposition, you’re bound to save a lot.
Question: Do I Have to Buy a Cremation Urn?
Answer: Most people who plan a cremation for a loved one do buy an urn, but you don’t necessarily have to spend money on one. You can ask the crematory you plan with for a cardboard container to place the ashes. Even so, urns are available at various price points and it often makes sense to buy one, especially since you can get a nice one for a minimal cost.
Question: How Do I Choose the Right Urn?
Answer: There are different things you need to consider before you select an urn, and the good news is that the crematory you work with will be more than happy to assist you with the decision-making process. Things you’ll want to mull over include what you plan to do with the urn, where you plan to store, whether you might want to bury it, what type of material you’re interested in, and how much you want to spend. Again, the crematory will ask you the right question and then, based on your answers, will make some recommendations.
These are just some of the questions and answers that you might find useful as you plan final services with a provider of direct cremations in Moore, OK. You can get all the help you need when you reach out to us at Oklahoma City Cremation. We offer professional and compassionate service to help families who need to plan cremation services. Our I Just Want Cremation package will let you plan a simple and classy body disposition. It includes transport of the deceased’s body to our secure facility, all the necessary paperwork and the permit, cremation performed on our site, one of our transport urns, and free local delivery of the urn. Other packages you can consider include Cremation & Final Goodbye, Cremation with Community Celebration, Cremation Offerings, Traditional Gathering with Cremation, All Inclusive Cremation, and Simple Cremation. For the assistance you require, get in touch.
Afton Jackson says
It really helped to read that crematories are available to help someone when deciding which urn to use for cremation. My family is one that loves sentimental value, and having our own personalized way of remembering a lost loved one sounds like something that we would want to avail of. If ever we need to arrange a memorial service for a loved one, I’ll be sure to inquire with the crematory about which urn would suit our family’s purposes.