You will need an urn for the cremated remains. Which one you select may depend on the personality of the person who has died, as well as on the urn's style, color, cost, and workmanship. Seagle Funeral Home offers you more than 35 urns with distinctive personalities.
There are two methods of personalization available on select urns; engraving the actual urn or personalizing with an engraved brass plaque. Plaques vary in size. Both methods offer different styles of type.
Urn vaults provide varying levels of protection for urns buried after cremation. It's important to understand the additional security and protection urn vaults provide for your loved one's remains. A lined urn vault is constructed of high-strength concrete and reinforced with durable plastic or a combination of durable plastic and metal. Lined urn vaults provide long-lasting protection against elements, such as ground water, over time. They also resist pressure from heavy maintenance equipment that passes over the grave during cemetery operations. Leading funeral professionals throughout the United States and Canada recommend lined urn vaults for the protection and peace of mind they offer. A Seagle Funeral Director can help you select a high-quality lined urn vault that suits your style and budget.