Caskets come in a variety of styles and models. Caskets can also be personalized based on the family or the deceased’s wishes.
Cloth Covered Caskets: Cloth covered caskets are made from softwoods, pressed wood, or corrugated fiberboard. They are covered with cloth and have finished interiors.
Steel Caskets: The steel most commonly used in the making of caskets is 16, 18, or 20 gauge with 16 gauge being the heaviest and 20 gauge being the lightest. 20 gauge is usually the least expensive of the metal caskets.
Hardwood Caskets: Hardwood caskets are made of satin or gloss finished solid wood that may be hand polished. They are made from oak, cherry, ash, maple, birch, pine, elm, cedar, black walnut, redwood, mahogany, willow, or poplar. It takes at least 130 board feet or more of lumber to make a wood casket. They are sanded, painted and put together by craftsmen making them some of the most expensive caskets.
Copper and Bronze Caskets: Copper and bronze caskets offer a unique beauty that is resistant to corrosion and they are very durable. They come in 40-oz or 32-0z (thickness) with safety seal hardware.
We have a full line of wood and metal caskets available in addition to the caskets you see here. We are able to personalize the caskets to the family’s desires and wishes.