Steel - Carbon steel caskets are available in three grades (from thickest to thinnest): 16 gauge, 18 gauge and 20 gauge. While not as durable or resistant to corrosion as stainless steel, a wide selection of colors, finishes and personalization features make these caskets an attractive choice.
Please click here to view our full line of Steel CasketsStainless Steel - Stainless steel is known for its quality and longevity, making it a valued material for casket construction. The grade of stainless steel is determined by the amount of chromium and nickel content — the higher the content, the higher the quality of the steel. Premium stainless steel, also known as 18/8, contains 18% chromium and 8% nickel and is known for its strength and corrosion-resistant qualities.
Please click here to view our full line of Stainless Steel CasketsSemi-Precious Metal - For thousands of years, craftsmen and artisans have appreciated the beauty of bronze and copper. Bronze and copper are among the most durable of metals, which makes them ideal for the construction of caskets. Both are naturally non-rusting.
Please click here to view our full line of Semi-Precious Metal CasketsHardwood - Wood caskets are the choice of families who appreciate and cherish the qualities of natural wood. The warmth, beauty and personality it brings to fine furniture makes this material ideally suited for caskets as well. Models are offered in a variety of wood species including mahogany, walnut, cherry, maple, oak, pecan, pine, and poplar. With a wood casket, you’ll find there is no substitute for quality, craftsmanship and attention to detail.
Please click here to view our full line of Hardwood CasketsSpecialty - The specialty caskets address the need for larger-sized caskets, many of which fit in standard-sized burial vaults. Available in many of the same materials, colors, finishes and designs offered in the traditionally-sized models, the choices are not limited.
Please click here to view our full line of Specialty CasketsCloth Covered Caskets - Cloth covered caskets are constructed of corrugated fiberboard, pressed wood or softwoods, which are then covered with cloth and have finished interiors.
Please click here to view our full line of Cloth Covered CasketsCremation Containers - Cremation containers are available in a wide variety of styles and prices and are suitable for services with a visitation, viewing or gathering held prior to the cremation.
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