What You Should Know When Choosing Cremation Services

By: Laura Sussman
Monday, November 19, 2018

For most people, thinking about a funeral is downright hard. Putting funeral plans in motion forces us to confront the reality that we will pass on someday. There are plenty of options to consider ranging from music at the final service to urn or casket style, but one of the first things you will consider is whether you will go with a traditional burial or a Henderson, NV cremation service. If you have decided to go with cremation, you’ll want to know a few other things in advance. 

Prior to settling on a cremation provider, families first need to be aware of what they want from a potential funeral service. You can’t get every service from every provider that offers cremation. There are providers that simply offer cremation and that’s it. If you want a funeral service prior to your cremation, you are better off with a funeral home that can do both. 

Most funeral homes also offer cremation services along with their traditional products, such as visitations and a full funeral service. If you seek the emotional or spiritual comforts of certain traditional funeral practices while still being able to save money on a cremation, a traditional funeral home may also serve as the best option for a cremation provider. You can get everything you need all in one place without having to jostle family members around too much after you have passed on. 

Once you’ve settled on your plans for a funeral, you next need to check the reputation of the providers in your area. Never choose a provider solely based on price. You should make an in-person visit to the provider and get to know the staff. Always make sure that your provider’s licenses are up to date and ascertain when the last inspection of the crematory occurred. When you meet with the provider in person, you’ll get a sense of how they operate and what they can do for you during the planning process. Plus, meeting with them will show you how they will treat your loved ones when you pass on. 

If you’re religious, it’s important for you to understand that your denomination likely doesn’t prohibit or condemn cremations. The leaders of your denomination will probably have had some contact with numerous cremation providers in your area. You can always go to them as a welcome source of advice. 

Should you be a resident and still have questions about finding a good provider of Henderson, NV cremation services, contact Kraft-Sussman Funeral & Cremation Services. 70% of our funeral home’s activity is in the form of cremations. We can provide you with succinct and professional answers and with complete sensitivity to your needs during vulnerable times. You can contact us at (702) 485-6500 with your questions or to set up a time to meet with our funeral director. We’re located at 3975 S. Durango Drive, Suite 104 Las Vegas, NV 89147 and when you come by, we’ll show you around so you can get a feel for our staff and how we operate. 

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