It’s the process of reducing the body to ashes and bone fragments through the use of intense heat. The process usually takes two to four hours. Depending on the size of the body, the cremated remains will weigh three to
They can be placed in a niche in a columbarium, buried, scattered, or kept by the family. Cremated remains are sterile and pose no health hazard. Their disposition is, for the most part, not controlled, provided the landowner grants permission.
A general rule when determining the ideal size of urn is that every 1 pound of body weight, prior to cremation, equals about one cubic inch of capacity in the urn. For example, if your loved one weighed 200 lbs,
Yes, cremated remains can be shipped. We recommend using the United States Postal Service as they have experience in these type of shipping requests, and can provide a tracking system for you to monitor the shipment and delivery. For cremated
Yes, many people use the urn to store the ashes, and later scatter the ashes in their desired location. The majority of our urns are well suited to scatter the ashes if desired. And after ashes have been dispersed, the
An urn is the protection used to maintain the integrity of the ashes or cremated remains of the loved one. When considering an urn, a few points to keep in mind: Where will the cremated remains be stored? Do you
An urn is a vase used to hold the cremated remains of a loved one. Urns are commonly used to store the remaining ashes from the cremation process, and used not just for a family members who pass and are