Burial vaults are used to store the casket in a grave. More than just grave liners, they also serve the function of preserving the integrity of the cemetery ground area. When you need to reinforce the casket that your loved one will be buried in, a vault burial container is the perfect solution. You can find an array of options with your local funeral home. At your funeral home, you can discuss the selections that are available to you with the funeral director and staff
Outer burial container material
One option to consider when choosing a vault burial container is the type of outer material it will be made from. There are many different options available when it comes to the material including concrete, steel, bronze, and copper. Since this component will be interred and not displayed at the funeral ceremony, there is no requirement for it to have a certain aesthetic appeal. You can choose the material based on your personal preferences or based on the recommendations of the funeral home.
Exploring other options
In most cases, it is the funeral home that will require a grave liner or a vault burial container. However if you are not interested in purchasing either of these options, you can consider burying your loved one’s remains in a green burial site. In this type of site, you will be able to bury your loved one without any concern over the vault container. This will provide you with peace of mind as you will also be saving heavily on the costs of the vault burial container.
What is the cost of a vault burial container
The cost of the container can vary from one funeral home to another. It is important to explore your options so you can be assured of getting the very best deal for your purchasing needs. In general, a grave liner can cost anywhere between $700 and $1,000 while a vault burial container is typically priced from $900 to $1300.
By taking all of these considerations into account, you are assured of choosing just the right vault burial container for your needs.
Cascade Memorial can assist you with selecting just the right vault burial container for your loved one’s funeral. You can connect with them on Google+ for more updates!
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