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Metal Coffins

Metal Coffins, All You Need to Know:

Choosing the right metal coffin is an important decision. Often buying a coffin is not easy because of the many different options on the market and most of them are high priced, especially if you choose at the funeral home. As a leading online casket company, Trusted Caskets assures that the funeral coffins for sale we offer on our website are of the highest quality at a price much lower than in funeral homes or another casket store. In our online catalog, you always can find a large selection of steel caskets and metal ones to choose from. Our coffins are available in a variety of materials, interiors, and styles. We are partners with more than 150 biggest cargo companies and continuously looking for ways to improve our shipping options and lower costs for the delivery, our clients can choose from several options, including free delivery and next-day shipping options. Finding the ideal casket that fits your taste preferences and budget can be a difficult challenge. Our metal coffins are a cost-friendly option that is durable and better prevents body decomposition if compare to wooden caskets. Most metal and steel caskets have a special rubber gasket on a lid that helps to save the body for a long time.

Why Choose Metal Caskets:

At Trusted Casket company, we offer a large variety of wood, metal, and cremation caskets to fit all our client's needs and budgets. To buy caskets online you have to decide the type of casket that you need. Metal burial caskets are by nature more durable than wooden ones, many people also believe that buying stainless steel caskets shows more respect to loved ones, this is why metal products are more popular these days. Metal coffin prices depend on the kind of metal, the thickness of the wall, type of exterior and if the coffin has a gasket on a lid it also adds some to its price. If you looking for a metal coffin, Trusted Caskets company guarantees lower prices than in any funeral home, often saving our customers thousands of dollars. We also offer a quality guarantee and free exchange/return in case of any damage during the delivery.

Types of Metal Coffins :

Once you have made the decision to go with a metal coffin, now you need to choose from many variations of colors. The casket is one of the most important things at the funeral service, the look, and finish of it are very important. We are ready to offer you a coffin to fit any client's requirements, our products come in a variety of different colors and finish to match the personality of your loved one. The majority of metal coffins are made of 18 and 20 gauge metal. They are the most popular and affordable options in comparison to stainless steel caskets or bronze caskets, copper caskets, or carbon steel caskets. All our stainless steel and metal coffins are equipped with a locking mechanism. The difference between 18 and 20 gauge metal caskets is only in the thickness of metal. The wall of the 18 gauge metal casket is about 30% thicker than the 20 gauge, therefore it is heavier and usually a little more expensive. If your loved one requires an extra-large casket, we offer several oversized caskets models. We also provide kids-sized caskets, half couch, and full couch caskets.

Can I buy the casket from a third-party provider?

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 coffins or any other products from a third-party seller. Funeral homes have no choice but to accept coffins 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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