Buying Caskets Wholesale
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The traditional method of purchasing a casket for yourself or a loved one is very stressful. It involves going to a funeral home, usually while in a state of mourning, and being badgered to purchase expensive packages. Funeral homes often markup the prices of their caskets to turn a profit, sometimes charging as much as $10,000 for a single casket.
Experienced online funeral retailers like Overnight Caskets offer high-quality caskets for an affordable price. We are able to keep our prices low by partnering directly with the manufacturers. Without the middleman, there is no markup and no added fees. We know that purchasing a casket is one of the hardest things that you have to do when a loved one passes away. This is why we try to make the process as easy and painless as possible. With our 24/7 toll-free number and online chatbots, we will be there for you every step of the way.
Budget is always the best place to start when purchasing a casket. If you are buying a casket for yourself, then deciding on a budget can prevent you from overspending. If you are buying a casket for a loved one, it can prevent you from accidentally making bad financial decisions while you are grieving.
When setting a budget to buy a casket, beware of price markups. The best way to avoid inflated prices is by buying a casket online as opposed to going to a funeral home. Caskets from Overnight Caskets range from $700 to $4,500, with the average price being in the $1,000 to $2,000 range.
For some customers, buying a casket online is ideal for them because they like to take their time, they want to save money, and they enjoy shopping from the comfort of their own home. However, some people need to see items in person before making a purchase. No matter how you prefer to shop, Overnight Caskets is happy to answer all your questions to help you make an informed choice.
The second difference between a casket and a coffin is that caskets often have a nicer interior and finish. Caskets are usually lined with a comfortable cloth interior, usually velvet or another high-quality fabric, and can feature personalized imagery. Coffins, on the other hand, feature a more minimalistic interior. Coffins are usually cheaper than caskets because of the simplicity and difference in quality.
Many people ask about the difference between a wood and a metal casket. They are actually quite comparable and can meet different needs. Wood caskets from Overnight Caskets are made from high-quality wood, usually mahogany, walnut, cherry, or oak. You have two options when you buy this kind of casket, solid wood or veneer wood. Solid wood offers greater craftsmanship and quality with a slightly higher price tag. Veneer wood, on the other hand, is a more economical option, which looks quite similar to solid wood but is slightly cheaper. There are a wide range of options for wood caskets, which allows you to select a color and finish that best honors your loved ones.
Overnight Caskets also offers cremation caskets, which are wooden caskets that are safe for cremation and slightly cheaper than burial caskets. Cremation caskets range from $400 to $1,300, making them a more affordable option. It is recommended that you buy a casket for yourself or a loved one even if they are being cremated. This is because you may want to have a viewing to allow friends and family to say goodbye. During the viewing, it can be a comfort to see your loved one looking comfortable and dignified in a well-made wood casket.
Humans have been getting taller and larger over time. This means that the average person today is bigger than the average person was 100 years ago. Scientists say that it is because of greater access to food, better nutrition, more attention to physical fitness, and general human evolution. When people get bigger, their caskets need to get bigger too.
This is why Overnight Caskets offers oversized caskets. One major benefit of buying a casket online is that it is much easier to find afford