By Shaun Luyk, Manager, Nashville Funeral and Cremation
When a family is facing the loss of a loved one, there are many choices and options available to them, and many tough decisions that need to be made. One of those important decisions is which type of funeral home to use. When deciding on funeral, cremation and burial options, it’s important to know there are choices available to you which may be able to save you thousands of dollars. If a traditional visitation and/or funeral in a chapel is important to you, the value is obvious when you choose a traditional funeral home. However, what if you don’t want a visitation or funeral at the funeral home? If you choose that traditional funeral home for a basic cremation, graveside or church service, you are paying a portion of all overhead and operational expenses associated with that funeral home, even though you aren’t using them.
At a low cost cremation and funeral provider, such as Nashville Funeral and Cremation, you’ll find the same licensed and professional staff that you will find at the traditional locations. That means the care, compassion and professionalism you expect for yourself and your loved one is uncompromised. The difference? A low cost operates out of a much smaller location, often without its own chapel. Therefore, due to the significantly lower overhead, they are able to offer the same services at a significant savings to you. You should ask the right questions when choosing a provider. Nashville Funeral and Cremation offers a crematory on-site. Most can provide a graveside service or funeral at your church or other location at a much lower price, without sacrificing the level of service you expect, and deserve. To learn more about Nashville Funeral and Cremation, visit our website at www.CallNFC.com