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Did you know that most religions allow for cremation, including Roman Catholics, Sikhs, Hindus, Buddhists, Parsees, etc? How do some people choose making funeral arrangements using a cremation? While cremation and traditional burial may cost the same in funeral charges, it is cheaper to use cremation services for a loved one than a traditional burial plot. If you decide to go down the cremation route, is it possible that arranging a funeral service yourself may be a viable option with cremation. This may not be possible as much with a traditional burial service, with some portions of the service. Is it possible to see your loved one being cremated? Some crematoriums may work with you arranging a funeral time that loved ones can see this process if they want before the service.

Why no one is allowed to disturb cremated Remains

Did you know when making funeral arrangements, no one are allowed to disturb remains except in extreme circumstances and express permission must be obtained from the family when making funeral arrangements.

It is not just courtesy; it is principles governed by the Institute of Ceremony and Crematorium management. What families may not know is cremation must take place no later than 72 hours after death. There are roughly 70 percent of those in the UK support cremation and may like green options for their loved ones. This percentage may grow as cremation becomes the cheaper option for families wanting to save money on burial services, without sacrificing the ability to honour and remember their loved one how they choose.

Why people are seeking cheaper Options?

Part of the reasons may be the economy. With costs rising, many people may want a way to honour their family members that will not cost as much. Some people simply find cremation more honourable than burial. However, some religious groups, such as Muslims, may not permit cremation.

Those who opt for cremation may be able to release their loved ones ashes in their favourite spot, however, family members should check with a funeral director before planning that cross-country trip. In a downed economy, people may simply want to pay less for a nice urn that can honour the memory of their loved one. There also may be green options for those who want economic ways to cremate their loved ones, such as allowing them to be burned in cardboard coffins. It also does not tie up resources, such as taking up a ground plot.

What other ways can families have a truly memorable service, without compromising quality during a funeral service? This is why family members may want to consult a knowledgeable funeral arranger online or in person.

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