Types of Caskets

Whether you are pre-planning for yourself or choosing for a loved one, a casket selection is a very personal decision and an expression of your feelings. We understand this and offer a wide variety of caskets that can help you make the right decision.


Bronze Caskets

Manufactured and tested to be resistant to the entrance of air and water, bronze caskets are a metal alloy made with copper and tin, which provide lasting protection and beauty. Many families choose bronze because it is superior to all other casket materials in strength, durability and naturally non-corrosive qualities.


Solid Copper Caskets

Copper caskets combine quality construction and beautiful finishes, and are naturally non-corrosive. Much like bronze, copper caskets are resistant to the elements and provide lasting protection and beauty. Available in a wide variety of styles, colors and features.


Stainless Steel Caskets

All of our stainless steel caskets are protective and designed to resist the entrance of air and water. Constructed from a metallic alloy, stainless steel provides a lasting protection and striking beauty and are available in a variety of exterior and interior colors and finishes.


Steel Caskets

Steel caskets are manufactured from high quality steel, and are designed to temporarily resist the entrance of outside elements. They are available in a variety of price ranges, different gauges and color choices.


Solid Hardwood Caskets

Using the same craftsmanship as skilled cabinetmakers, our solid wood caskets are manufactured using the highest quality species of mahogany, walnut, cherry, maple, oak, poplar, pecan, hickory, ash and pine. The warmth and beauty of solid wood caskets are unsurpassed. These caskets are the selected by those families who appreciate the qualities of fine hardwoods.


Wood Veneer & Cremation Caskets

For those families who desire the look of solid wood but need to be more economical, we offer a variety of select hardwood veneer caskets. These caskets are suitable for burial or maybe used for those families incorporating a traditional service with a cremation.