Cremation: How We Are Adapting Monuments and Services

Sandusky, OH, Trusts Balconi Monuments & Countertops Inc

This month, Balconi Monuments & Countertops Inc will discuss a popular topic – Cremation: How we are adapting monuments and services. Cremation monuments and services refer to the various options available for commemorating the life of a loved one. Here are some common options:





Cremation Urns: These are containers designed to hold the cremated remains of a loved one. Urns can be made of various materials, such as wood, ceramic, glass, or metal. You can also customize them to reflect the personality and interests of the deceased.


Cremation Jewelry: This item refers to jewelry designed to hold a small amount of a loved one’s cremated remains. Options include pendants, bracelets, and rings.


Memorialization: This memorial involves creating a permanent tribute to a loved one through a memorial marker or monument. Cremation memorials contain various materials, such as bronze, granite, or marble.


Scattering: Some families choose to scatter their loved one’s ashes in a meaningful location to the deceased. This scenario can occur in a scattering garden or a private location, with permission from the landowner.




Cremation services can include a viewing or visitation, a funeral or memorial service. It can also include the handling and disposal of the cremated remains.



It’s essential to work with a reputable cremation provider to ensure that you honor your loved one’s wishes. They can also make sure that you have access to all of the available options for commemorating their life. It can also help to consult with a funeral director who can provide guidance and support during this difficult time. Simplicity Funerals discusses some helpful advice when meeting with a funeral director.



To learn about cremation: how we are adapting monuments and services, call Balconi Monuments & Services Inc at (419) 626-5134. Be sure also to visit our Facebook page for the most up-to-date information. We are happy to educate Sandusky, OH, about cremation: how we are adapting monuments and services.