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18 Gauge Steel Caskets


metal caskets for sale - 18 Gauge 

When you need your preparations for the ceremony to go fast and smooth, you have to look for professional assistance. The casket is perhaps the most visible element, and quite often, it requires a special approach. If you are looking for an 18 gauge casket, then you have come to the right place. We have everything right here, at our online store.

Choose a more traditional approach, if you don’t know exactly what do in these kinds of situations. Also, you can contact us at any time of the day to receive a thorough consultation. With an 18 gauge steel casket provided by our store, it is possible that your search will come to an end. Not only you can easily browse through the large selection of items, but you can also benefit from free shipping option or even next-day delivery if it's necessary. Check our special offers and discounts. You can save up to 85% of the total price and get a high-quality product as a result.

If you are looking for specific parameters that make your search more difficult, then we may just have the right solution for you. We provide extra-large caskets that look good and are quite affordable. There are many types of items in our catalog. All of them provide different stylistic options. You can also find 20 gauge steel caskets made with incredible attention to detail and only by using high-quality materials. The color schemes and prices vary quite significantly, but there are a lot of options to pick from.

Our Casket Prices

 While many people ask us this question, we always want to ensure that our customers are not just buying a cheap casket, you need to get the best deal on a high-quality funeral casket or coffin at the best price. Casket prices vary and depend on many factors. At this difficult time of grief, here at Trusted Caskets we ready to offer you funeral caskets for sale at the lowest price on the market. The main factors affected, the casket prices are the type of casket; type of material used to build the coffin or casket; type of interior. For instance, caskets for cremation, veneer wood caskets, and 18 or 20 gauge metal caskets are usually considered as less expansive options. On the other hand, oversized caskets, stainless steel caskets, solid wood caskets, copper and solid bronze caskets are typically considered more expensive because of the higher price of the materials and involved more expensive technologies to build them. The burial funeral services are expansive, the typical price starts from $7500 and can easily exсeed $20000. If you check the casket price list in the local funeral home, the average price there for a burial casket is between $3500 to $9500. Some of them buying caskets from online retailers like us, adding several thousand on top of our price, and trying to sell them. With Trusted Caskets, our clients have the best deal possible to buy a high-quality casket and not overpay for that.

The FTC Funeral Rule

Some of our clients ask us if their funeral home accepts the coffin from us? - Please keep in mind, there is a Funeral Rule, you can find it on the website of the Federal Trade Commission, under this rule, the funeral home has no right to refuse customers to buy the coffins or any other products from a third-party seller. Funeral homes have no choice but to accept coffin from any supplier, it isn't necessary to buy a coffin from your funeral home if you can buy the same coffin from us and save $2000-5000. Additionally, funeral homes are not allowed to charge any extra fees for the use of caskets from a third-party seller. You can be sure, the Funeral Homes must accept our caskets. You can visit the Federal Trade Commission, the official website to get more information here: The FTC Funeral Rule


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