You aren’t limited to displaying or housing the remains of your lost loved one in an indoor urn after a cremation at a funeral home in Lewisburg, PA. In fact, there are hundreds of options when it comes to body disposition post cremation. From scattering and water burials, to inurnment in a columbarium and more, you can get as creative as you want for your loved one’s post-cremation final resting place.
One option is burial, inurnment or display outdoors. You can easily house your lost loved one’s cremated remains in an urn above or below ground outside and still honor his or her service to our country. If you decide to go this route, however, you do need to choose an urn that specifically made for outdoor use. These outdoor urns are designed to remain intact and even beautiful even after long years of outdoor exposure to dirt, dust, rain, snow and more. When shopping for an outdoor urn, you first need to decide if the urn will stay above ground, or be buried below ground, as there are both above and below ground urns.
Dale Ranck Cremation & Funeral Care us here to help if you want to learn more about outdoor cremation urns and Lewisburg, PA funeral homes. After all, these are just a few of the ways you can put your lost loved one’s remains to rest after a cremation service.
Do you put ashes directly in the urn?
Yes, the ashes are poured directly into the urn. It can also be placed in a plastic or biodegradable bag before inserting directly in the urn.
Are urns waterproof?
There are urns that are made waterproof. Some urns requires special protective covering so they can become waterproof.
What kind of urns can you bury?
Urns that are made from cultured materials and those that are made from metal are suitable for burial. These kinds of urns have the strength to withstand the underground forces that might cause physical stress to the urn over time.