Honor Your Passed Loved Ones


When a loved one passes from this life to the next, one of the simplest, yet most elegant ways to honor them is through giving them a proper burial in a high quality casket. Rather than burying them in a casket that is both unsightly and cheaply made, doing so with one that is beautifully crafted and made to be sturdy and strong would be a more fitting way to end to their time spent here.

It's for that very reason that so many people choose to bury their loved ones in Batesville Caskets. Without a doubt, these high quality caskets have earned Batesville the reputation of being the universal funeral depot with the best prices.

With a complete awareness of the fact that a casket can reflect the personality and taste of your loved one, Batesville works with a wide range of licensed funeral homes and offers a wide variety of casket choices. One of the most popular of these Batesville Caskets is the metal casket. These can be made from many different kinds of metals including copper, bronze, stainless steel, and just plain steel.

The reason that these are so popular is because of the unique finishes that metal caskets offer. If you're looking for a non-rusting casket that offers the most durability, then bronze or copper are the top choice. However both stainless and carbon steel are very popular because they are available in such a wide range of gauges, grades, styles, and even finishes.

As popular as the uniquely stylish and durable metal caskets are, many people still prefer the traditional hardwood caskets. These traditional Batesville Caskets offer a sense of class and elegance that is unlike any other type of casket. The most commonly used types of wood are mahogany, cherry, maple, walnut, oak, pecan, poplar, and pine.

Not only are all of these hardwood materials durable, but can be made with a finish that offers an amazing warmth and beauty that can reflect or portray a taste of the character, personality, and beauty of your loved one. There's no question that Batesville can give your loved one the send off that they deserve.

 

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