We offer a large selection of solid wood caskets and coffins for sale. Hardwood caskets, such as mahogany caskets, while beautiful, are among the most expensive, this is caused by the prices of redwood itself and of course the highest quality craftsmanship. More commonly found woods such as pine caskets and poplar are generally less expensive. Solid oak caskets or solid cherry caskets are also very popular options and they are definitely good choices to consider when you looking for a top-quality wood funeral casket. We provide free ground shipping for all our caskets, as well as next-day delivery in all major cities within the US. Our team is here to help you with all the funerals' needs. We understand how important it is to choose the right casket for burial or cremation for your loved one. Here at Trusted Caskets, we offer high-quality wood caskets and coffins for sale at the best price.
The funeral home will accept our caskets:
The last thing you need to worry about if the funeral home accepts the casket from us or not and the short answer is don't worry about it. There is a Funeral Rule, you can find it on the website of the Federal Trade Commission, by which the funeral home has no right to refuse coffins from a third-party seller. Under this Federal Law, Funeral homes and your funeral director have no choice but to accept caskets from any supplier. It isn't necessary to buy a casket, urn, or any other product from a local funeral home if you can buy the same casket from us and save $2000-5000. Additionally, funeral homes are not allowed to charge any handling fee 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.
Buy the casket that fit your needs:
Choosing the ideal material for a funeral casket starts by considering where the final resting place of your loved one will be. The traditional burial is still the most common option in the US. Traditional burial caskets can be made of many different types of material. Today, almost all coffins are placed in a burial vault when buried in a cemetery, which prevents the ground from settling in over and around the coffin after the burial. The burial vault also provides additional protection for the casket. This extends the life of wood caskets, especially in areas where soil water is not a concern. Wood caskets are an ideal option for burials, and they provide a rich, deep, and traditional look for any type of funeral ceremony. Most popular wood caskets are made out of Oak, Mahogany, Poplar, Pine, Redwood, Cherry, or Maple. We offer several different colors and designs in the interior of these traditional styles of caskets, including crepe and velvet interiors. With adjustable beds and half couches or full couch options, they are ideal for open casket ceremonies or for visitation prior to the funeral. Metal caskets are increasingly popular our days. These caskets are made from 18 gauge or 20 gauge metal, which is extremely strong and durable. With a range of different colors and finishes, including popular blue, pink, white, or bronze casket finishes, these coffins are an elegant and sophisticated choice. For Military and Veterans, we offer a premium stainless steel casket that comes decorated with the American flag on both the interior and the exterior of the coffin.