The process of having a Fort Worth cremation for a loved one’s remains inevitably includes a discussion of what item will hold the ashes and where they’ll ultimately be placed. Some families prefer to hold on to the ashes, while some choose to bury them, just as they would under standard burial circumstances.
When it comes to the sort of item that will hold those ashes Lone Star Cremation has a variety of options. Standard urns, packages, keepsakes and jewelry are part of this mix, but urn vaults also are popular considerations.
In the latter case, there are five advantages to selecting urn vaults as a final way to say goodbye. They include:
Easier to Bury
Since most cemeteries require an urn vault for any burial, it then becomes a requirement to purchase one. Lone Star Cremation has either the Stoneharbor cremation urn vault as well as the Pebblecove urn vault, each of which offers different value.
When some individuals hear of such vaults, they likely think of massive structures that will be part of their loved one’s Fort Worth cremation. However, the truth is that both options mentioned above are light enough to be transported back in time for any service that takes place at either the funeral home or gravesite.
Some urns aren’t really built to withstand the constant stress that comes when being situated at a burial site. Not only would Mother Nature slowly take a toll on many of these urns, but the constant digging of new graves runs the risk of your loved one’s urn being damaged. That doesn’t occur when it’s protected in this type of vault.
Protecting against the possibilities above from taking place is always important, but some people may be reluctant to pay for that additional expense, fearing the cost is out of their price range. Both of the versions already noted have been priced to make sure that Lone Star Cremation clients receive the very best value. For example, the Pebblecove urn vault is available for only $330.
Saying goodbye to a loved one can be much easier when the proper words can forever be a part of their final resting place. Those who select the Stoneharbor cremation urn vault have the option of adding such words for a small additional fee, though the engraving for those words would delay either the shipping or pickup by a few business days.
For more than a decade, Lone Star Cremation has been the Fort Worth cremation choice for many area residents. That’s because not only do they have urn vaults available for your needs, but they also offer convenience when it comes to such things as making arrangements online and simplicity in offering cremation packages with no hidden fees. So depending on whether you require a Stoneharbor cremation urn vault or a Pebblecove urn vault, Lone Star has you covered.