You probably don’t have much, if any, experience buying cremation urns from a Dublin, OH direct cremation provider. But after your loved one has been cremated, you will need something to place the cremated remains in. Your best bet is a cremation urn that you can get from the crematory that you hire to do the direct cremation. If you’ve never been through the process before, you might not know how to go about getting the right urn. There are a few things you need to consider before you get an urn for your loved one’s ashes. Here is a look at some questions to ask yourself during the buying process. They’ll make choosing an urn easier.
“How Much Do I Want to Spend?”
How much do you want to spend on a cremation urn? When visiting the crematory, ask to see some of the urns they sell. You’ll quickly find out that there are various types of urn and that they come at multiple price points. Once you determine how much you can spend to buy a cremation urn, you’ll be able to conduct a focused search using the crematorium’s price list.
“What Material Do I Want?”
Urns are available in lots of different material types. From wood to ceramic, from glass to brass, and from marble to some other type, cremation urns are versatile as per materials. Perhaps there’s a specific material that the deceased would have liked. You might also choose based on your budget since some materials will cost more than other types. A crematorium will be able to help you make the right choice given your material preference and stated budget.
“What Do I Want to Do with the Ashes?”
What is your intention as far as the urn is concerned? Do you plan to keep it at home? Will you ultimately scatter the ashes? Do you want to keep it on the back deck in an outdoor living space? Do you want to bury the urn in the backyard? Different urns will be better for some purposes than others. For instance, a metal urn will work better outdoor than will a wood urn. The crematorium you deal with will be able to offer expert recommendations to assist you.
“How Many Urns Will I Need?”
If more than one person in your family wants some of the cremated remains as a keepsake, then you may need multiple urns. This might play a role in your deciding what kind of urn makes sense. You’ll need to consider material types and price points to make a decision.
For all the help you need in planning a direct cremation in Dublin, OH or in buying a cremation urn, contact us at Buckeye Cremation by Schoedinger. We specialize in assisting grieving families to plan direct cremations that are simple and affordable. Many crematoriums offer direct cremations but exclude all other services. We aim to offer more options like witnessed cremation, private viewings, mailing of cremated remains, delivery of cremated remains, and more. If you have questions, reach us by phone at (614) 429-5699, visit us in person at 655 Metro Pl S Ste 600 Dublin, OH 43017, or visit our website at https://buckeyecremation.com. We’re here to help you in any way we can.