Cremation Services in Austin
Green Cremation Services That Preserves Natural Beauty
We’re proud to be Texas’ only carbon-neutral funeral home. We offer cremation only no service options that give you peace of mind all around. Texas residents can appreciate our dedication to protecting the natural beauty of Texas while honoring their loved ones.
Our Cremation Services
Our Cremation Services Process
Collection + Transportation
We provide safe transportation and shelter until the cremation process begins.
Paperwork + Permits
We'll deal with all of the paperwork and permits on your family’s behalf.
Once the death is registered with the state, we'll order and deliver a death certificate to your family.
What's Included with Cremation Services?
Our director arrives at location of deceased.
We transfer your loved one in our electric-hybrid vehicle back to our funeral home.
100% online. We provide and explain all needed paperwork and permits.
We hold and care for your loved one while paperwork is being processed.
We work with you and the local authorities to obtain and authorize all documents.
After the paperwork is in order, and we remove all plastics and medical devices from the body, cremation occurs.
We place the cremated remains of your loved one in an eco-friendly container or urn and are returned back to the care of your family.
8. Death Certificates
The local government will process our request and fulfill the number of ordered death certificates.
Texas Cremation Services
Cremation Services Blog Posts to Help You Navigate this Process
We’ve all heard how harmful burials can be for the environment if they aren’t a green burial, but what about cremation? When you consider that traditional burial has resulted in 4.3 million gallons of embalming fluid going into the ground, cremation is clearly the more eco-friendly option.
After a loved one dies, you want to honor them while still being able to move forward. Compare the cost of cremation versus burial to find an affordable option.
Death is a difficult topic for many of us. But, perhaps having an answer to the very uncomfortable question, “how is a body prepared for cremation,” can be a starting point.
It’s a good idea to plan your funeral in advance so your loved ones are prepared. Keep reading below to learn the average cost of cremation.
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