Brick & Mortar Vs Online Businesses: My Experience

Brick & Mortar Vs Online Businesses: My Experience

2 Options For Saving Money On A Casket

by Roy Morris

One of the most expensive parts of having to bury a loved one is the cost of the casket itself, especially if you want a quality casket. However, there are different options available that can help you save a bit of money on the casket without skimping on the quality, such as the two listed below.

Rent A Casket

One of the most-often-overlooked options when it comes to saving money on a casket is actually renting one. Now, when you rent a casket, you are not actually going to bury your loved one in that particular casket—the rental casket is intended for use only during the funeral service.

Renting a casket is a very good choice if you are planning on cremating your loved one and would rather not spend a massive amount of money on a casket that is going to be burned anyway. In that situation, you can rent a very impressive and nice casket for the funeral service, and then your loved one will be transferred to a simple and basic wooden casket for the cremation itself.

In addition, consider renting a casket if you want to provide an impressive and dignified funeral service for your loved one, but don't really have a lot of money to spend. In that situation, the deceased can be transferred into a basic or less-expensive casket for the actual burial after the funeral service has been concluded. 

Consider A Casket Retailer

Another option to consider when it comes to trying to save money on a casket is to consider a retailer that focuses on caskets. The reason that this is a good option is that they can often offer you a casket for a fraction of the cost that you would pay at a typical funeral home. 

This can help you in several ways, with one of the biggest ways being that you can get a price from a casket retailer and present it to a funeral home. In that scenario, a funeral home will often be willing to match the price because they want to be a one-stop shop for all of your burial and funeral needs. In addition, don't be afraid to simply purchase the casket from the casket retailer, as it is actually illegal if the funeral home attempts to charge you a handling fee or some other fee simply because you bought the casket from someone else.

Visit a local funeral home today in order to discuss their recommendations as to how you can save a bit of money on a casket for your loved one. Renting a casket and considering a casket retailer are two very effective options when it comes to trying to save money on a casket for your deceased loved one. For more information on caskets, contact a company like Elmwood Casket Company.


About Me

Brick & Mortar Vs Online Businesses: My Experience

I have owned my own small businesses for years, and I have always been happy to share my business tips with other entrepreneurs, especially those just starting out. One question I get asked about a lot is whether it is a better idea for a beginner to open an online business or a brick & mortar shop. While I wish I had a one-size-fits all answer, the truth is that it really depends on what you are selling (or what service you are providing), how the economy is doing in your local area, and your personal business goals and dreams. However, every brick & mortar business should have a website today, and it only makes sense to sell products on a website that your business needs anyway. I have many more business tips to share, and I decided to start a blog to share them with all aspiring entrepreneurs!