Overview of Different Types of Funeral Caskets Available
A funeral can be made a very memorable experience by choosing the right things for the funeral. The choice of the right casket is the most important part of it as it’s the last thing we can buy for the deceased person. A casket is a specially designed box, to lay the deceased person during a funeral service. For a burial ceremony, the casket, along with the body of the deceased is buried into the ground. If it’s a , then it is used for visitation.
The process of selecting the right casket can be categorized into two steps. Understanding the basic requirements of a funeral or burial process is the first step. The next step is to select the casket according to the different features offered which can be customized according to one’s own choices.
There are various options available for the process of selecting the right casket based on the requirements to be fulfilled, which are as follows:
The purpose for which the casket is used: Type of casket needed, can be decided according to the purpose for which it’s used: for visitation as per the cremation process, or for the burial.
Sizes based on the need: Size of the casket has to be decided as per the need of the deceased person whether he or she is an infant, child, adult or for an oversized person.
Materials used in the manufacturing of the casket: The caskets may be mainly made of wooden, metal, semi-metal, or biodegradable caskets. The price of a casket varies as per the materials used for manufacturing the casket. Plastic and fiberglass are the newest choices among them.
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Janie Singleton, owner, previously worked in manufacturing and mortgage banking before starting her career in the funeral industry in 2008. She is a licensed funeral director in Arkansas and a fully licensed life insurance agent in Arkansas and Missouri. Janie is a member of the Lions Club of Manila, the Manila Business Womens Club, Jonesboro Regional Chamber of Commerce, and BNI of Jonesboro.
Janie Singleton, owner, previously worked in manufacturing and mortgage banking before starting her career in the funeral industry in 2008. She is a licensed funeral director in Arkansas and a fully l..