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Trusted Cremation Services in Nevada

  • Family owned and operated for over two decades
  • Compassionate community service close to home
  • Heritage cremation serves all faiths
  • Simple - Affordable - Dignified
  • 24 hour-a-day availability
  • Only $695 - $1395

Cremation Services Include

  • Transportation of the deceased to the crematory
  • Obtaining certified copies of death certificate
  • Assistance in filing for VA & Social Security Benefits
  • Rigid container (for the return of the cremated remains)
Only $695 - $1395

Package Pricing does not include: cash advance items, state fees for permits, certified copies of the death certificates, alternative cremation container, sales tax or newspaper charges. You will be able to see final cost prior to payment.

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Veteran's Benefits

If your loved one was in the military they may qualify for a burial with Military Funeral Honors or (MFH). This Veterans benefit includes an Honor Guard detail of not less than two Armed Services members at the burial or memorial, burial in a Government cemetery, and a grave marker.

  Social Security Benefits

Family members of the deceased may be entitled to receive Social Security benefits if the deceased worked long enough and had Social Security taken out of their paycheck...

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Nevada Cremation Services - A Dignified Means of Taking Care of your Deceased Loved One

World views and cultures have evolved over the past century making cremation services in Nevada an accepted alternative to entombment or burial in a cemetery. A variety of reasons exist in this shift from traditional cemetery burials to cremation and could include more relaxed religious beliefs, a concern for the environment and economics; Nevada cremation services tend to be a more affordable choice over a casket burial with cemetery internment whether you live in Reno or Las Vegas.

Keep in mind though that cremation services in Nevada do not have to preclude the more traditional aspects of a funeral such as viewing and family visitation. While direct cremation is an option (involving no public or family services or viewing), many families need the closure, a way to say good-bye to a deceased loved one in their own way. Of course, with family and friends far and wide, direct cremation followed by a memorial service at a later date is certainly a good compromise with Nevada cremation services as the memorial can be held at any time that is suitable with most schedules.

A Historical Perspective

Some people feel that cremation is a recent phenomenon; however, this is not the case. For centuries, cremation has been employed as a way to provide final disposition for the deceased. From the Stone Age to the Roman Empire, cremation was a popular choice. Cremation services in Nevada and elsewhere in the United States truly took off in the early 20th century as a healthier alternative to full burial. Most religions have no objection to cremation and a growing number of churches or other religious institutions are creating their own memorial gardens and columbarium niches for cremated remains.

Affordability of Nevada Cremation Services

Two of the costliest aspects of any funeral with cemetery internment are the casket and the cemetery plot. With cremation services in Nevada, you can bypass these costs. Savings can be up to seventy-five percent over a traditional burial because you are not paying for a casket, a burial plot, a vault or mausoleum or even a headstone. In addition, you are not paying for the equipment and labor necessary to dig a grave for burial.

Nevada cremation services is affordable and there are certain costs that are absolute such as the crematory, the cremation process and of course, the consulting services of a funeral specialist. A decorative urn to hold the ashes is another expense incurred should you choose to keep the ashes at your home or even stored in a columbarium.

Of course, with cremation services in Nevada, additional costs would be assumed depending on the number of added services you want for your deceased loved one. For instance, if you did want a public viewing or visitation for family and friends, embalming would be a required fee. Embalming with Nevada cremation services is not necessarily for public health concerns but rather to slow down decomposition so that the deceased remains in good condition for public viewing. In this case, you don't have to buy a casket but renting one with a disposable liner is a possibility. A nice casket for display purposes only brings an additional layer of respect and dignity to cremation services in Nevada when public viewing and visitation is chosen. Once the viewing is over, your deceased loved one's body is removed from the casket and the liner is removed and discarded. Next, your loved one is then placed into a combustible, rigid and leak resistant container for the cremation process itself.

Nevada Cremation Services - The Process Itself

From the moment the funeral establishment receives your deceased loved one, the body is properly tagged with identification and any files pertaining to them follow the body. This process helps ensure that the ashes you received are indeed your loved one. Of course, the tag and files are removed only when the body is placed in the cremation chamber.

With cremation services in Nevada, the typical process time in the chamber is two to three hours at 1,600 to 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit. The size of the deceased will dictate the approximate weight of the cremated remains which is typically three to eight pounds. Once the ashes have cooled, they are placed in a temporary container to await your personal scattering procedure after Nevada cremation services or placed in a decorative urn chosen in advance. The files and identification tag corresponding with your deceased loved one stays with the ashes to maintain proper identification of the cremated remains.

It is important that you inform the funeral specialist you are working with if your deceased loved one has a pacemaker or a radiation medical device implanted. If these items are overheated in the cremation chamber, they could explode causing harm to employees and property damage to the facilities. This subject should come up and be addressed during the planning stages of the cremation services in Nevada.

There are no hard, steadfast rules in regards to the cremated remains. According to the state of Nevada, cremation is considered the final disposition of a deceased loved one so it is up to you as to what you do with the cremated remains. Display or storage of a specially chosen urn is an option as is the scattering of ashes in a place that held special meaning to the deceased. Whatever you decide, do so with the help of a funeral specialist when you plan Nevada cremation services.