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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. There are non-gasketed caskets without a rubber seal, and gasketed caskets with a rubber seal.

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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The Difference Between a ...

The Difference Between a Coffin and a Casket
How a Coffin and a Casket are Different The terms “coffin” and “casket” are often used interchangeably. However, contrary to popular belief, a coffin and a casket are not the same thing. While both a casket and a coffin serve the same general purpose, the difference between the two is ...
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What You Need to ...

What You Need to Know About Sealer Caskets
Choosing the right casket is an important part of the burial planning process. With so many varieties of caskets and coffins on the market, how do you know what’s right for your situation?  One type of casket that is offered for burial is known as a sealer casket. Here’s some ...
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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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Before You Scatter Your ...

Before You Scatter Your Loved One’s Ashes, Read This
We all want to memorialize and honor our loved ones when they pass away. This often involves a religious service, burial or cremation. Mortuaries and cemeteries typically handle the disposition details that follow, but when a loved one has requested that his or her ashes be scattered after cremation, that ...
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