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There are many varieties of caskets and urns. You can choose from wood caskets, metal caskets, eco-friendly caskets, or even a burial shroud. Meanwhile, urns come in all shapes, colors, and sizes and can easily be custom-made with the material of your choosing. You can pick froom wood urns, brass urns, plastic urns, ceramic urns, glass urns, and biodegradable urns, just to name a few.

Caskets and urns can be made or bought from a funeral provider like a funeral home, cremation provider, the cemetery, online, or a local artisan, and finding a provider perfectly suited to your needs has never been easier. Simply enter your City, State, or Zip Code in the Funerals360 Search Box above to get started.


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Casket Guide

Casket Guide

Picking out a casket for yourself or a loved one can be a daunting task. Before you pick out a casket, you should know what your options are.

You have the option of purchasing caskets and urns from the funeral home or a 3rd party such as Amazon, Costco ...

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Can I Bring My ...

Can I Bring My Own Casket or Urn?

If you are wondering whethe you have to buy a casket, urn or other merchandise from a funeral home. The simple answer is "No". The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) clearly outline your choices when it comes to purchasing a casket, detailing that that you do not have to buy a casket ...

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Casket Terminology You Should ...

Casket Terminology You Should Know

When you’re planning for a funeral, a lot of important decisions are made and often on short-notice with very little information provided.  One of the most significant costs of the funeral is the casket you choose. There is a lot to consider when it comes to choosing a casket.

There are ...

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4 Emerging Examples of ...

4 Emerging Examples of Environmentally-Friendly Burial Tech

A traditional burial isn’t for everyone, and an increasing number of people are having concerns about the lasting environmental impact of their remains.  Driven by these sentiments, the emerging use of eco-friendly – or green – burial technology has been a growing topic of interest in recent years.  These relatively ...

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