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Posts made in June, 2016

Important Tips For Planning A Funeral Ceremony

By on Jun 8, 2016 in funeral planning, Funeral Planning News, Obituaries |

Death is inevitable and planning a funeral is one of the most expensive and important decisions made. Most people plan funerals based on emotions, but they forget that it should be treated like any other consumer transaction. Thinking ahead can help you make both informed and thoughtful decisions about funerals and help you choose the right items you want and need. Casket Gallery & Cremation Service educates and provides their clients with all the information they need and allow them to make the best decisions. Time to plan a funeral You may ask yourself when the best time to plan a funeral is. Well, anytime is a good time, except during the funeral. You can opt to go with the preplanning to ease the burden on your family. Preplanning your funeral also gives you a chance to assume the financial responsibility and your final wishes will be followed to the latter. You can contact funeral homes or other funeral service companies to help you with your plans. Consecutively, planning online is also a convenient way and helps you put everything in control. Know your consumer rights Funeral home and inquiries are obliged to offer you with a general price list all the price information needed. Some companies often offer packages, but you have the right to choose what goods and services you want, be it separate or as a package. Visit several homes and compare one funeral home to another to make sure that you are certain about your decisions. You can also consult with the national funeral directors and the FTC on the consumer bills of rights. Avoid emotional overspending Some people panic once they have received the death announcement of their loved ones and might end up making decisions based on their emotions. Well, there is no need to rush into any decisions. Allow yourself to take stock of what has happened. You can also have a close friend help you with the arrangements. A friend will assist you in making sound decisions by providing you with a caring dose of pragmatism.                                                             ...

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Quick Tips for Funeral Planning

By on Jun 4, 2016 in funeral planning |

Funeral planning is not a fun activity for people, but it is unavoidable. The price of the inevitable adventure is rising as time goes by and most bereaved families are struggling to send off their loved ones with a decent service. Casket Gallery & Cremation Service provides you with the best funeral packages and also advises you on how to go about a funeral service. Here are some guidelines to help you while planning for a funeral service. Compare Prices Funeral homes offer various packages at different prices. You should first shop around and evaluate the costs to find the affordable funeral service. You can call several funeral homes and ask for the general price list that entails all the charges.  Ensure that information such as transport, care of the body, as well as the casket prices are all listed. Go for a Direct Burial Just like any other type of business, funeral homes are also in the market to earn money. Very few will tell you that a direct burial would be the best option. It is also the least expensive because you will save cost on body preservation and visitation. Normally, the body is buried soon after death, and there is no need to organize for a funeral service. Cremation Cremation is fast gaining popularity in the modern world. With this service, you save money in casket purchase and graveside burial ceremony. The remains are usually taken straight from the funeral home to the crematory. You can choose to keep the remains or scatter the ashes in the river or ocean. Going Green You can also lay the remains of your loved one on the ground without vaults, metal caskets, or embalming. This will help you avoid embalming costs as well as dressing the body in cotton garments which do not biodegrade. You will just be required to cover the body with plain sheets and return it to the earth as naturally as...

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