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The cost of a funeral is different for each type of service. Thus far, the leading reason for cost variance is because it depends on the service type and location.
So, the initial factor that applies is whether it is a burial or cremation service. Hence, burials are more expensive than cremation. It is due to the land or plot purchase. Thus far, crematorium fees are more economical than the plot. So, cremation is more affordable.
The other major funeral expense is the coffin or casket costs. It may range from $1000 to $4,000. For instance, the high-end caskets may cost more than $15,000. Thus far, coffin choice is one of the easiest to personalise. So, you may consider to choose on what you like and cost.
Then there are fees and charges. For instance, the professional fees include 24-hour transfer, mortuary care and preparation. Further to this, it is inclusive of administrative duties, hearse costs and staff costs. You may experience not all funeral director may itemise the costs. Thus far, there is no standard, which is why the variances.
We believe in cost transparency and affordability. Especially when it comes to prices we itemise the costs. So, there is no secrecy about our prices. Thus far, our belief is that it time to support the grieving family.
There is a growing wish by the families to farewell their loved one in a well-crafted service. Govinda Funerals helps to personalise the service so, it may be distinct and memorable. Thus far, we encourage you to discuss your personal requirement and wishes. So, we are here to help.
Govinda Funerals is mindful that you should be able to afford your Indian funeral. It must be a respectful with compassion and dignity. As such, we take the liberty to publish our basic starting point estimate. Thus far, it is a guide. We encourage you to discuss your specific needs and budget.
This is a basic cremation service. So, there is no formal funeral ceremony. However, it a respectful creamtion. Thus far, the deceased is collected from the place of death, cremated and the ashes are returned to the family. When such service is chosen, the family may organise a memorial service. So, it may be at family home, a religious venue or a hall.
We hereby make disclosures according to the Fair Trading Regulations 2019. It is regulated under the Fair Trading Act 1987 and the Funeral Goods and Services Information Standard: