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How Much Should Double Cremation Urns Cost? What to Know

Did you know that only 21% of Americans have spoken to their loved ones about their funeral wishes for after they are gone? This is no surprise as the end of life can be difficult to talk about for anyone.

However, planning out a funeral with your loved one might make things easier. For instance, many are choosing double cremation urns to be with their loved ones after life.

How much do double cremation urns cost? Keep reading to find out.

Double Cremation Urns vs. Urns

Before getting into the cost of double cremation urns, it is important to know the difference between this urn and a traditional one. A double cremation urn, or companion urn, holds the ashes of more than one person.

Most companion urns can hold up to 500 cubic inches of cremated ashes. An individual cremation urn can hold around 200-250 cubic inches of cremated ashes.

How Much Do Cremation Urns Cost?

Urns for ashes of two people can cost anywhere between $350-$600. However, if you want a good quality urn, you should expect to pay at least $500. The standard adult urn costs around $300-$400.

Along with cremation cost, different factors affect the cost of urns for cremated remains. Those factors include the following:

Material

Some materials are more expensive than others which means an urn’s price will increase or decrease depending on what it is made of. Some of the most common materials used to create cremation urns are:

  • Ceramic
  • Porcelain
  • Marble
  • Glass
  • Wood
  • Stone
  • Bronze

Most often, the material used is associated with the type of urn you want to purchase. The more craftmanship involved in the material, the higher the price will be. Solid wood, marble, and ceramic will cost around $200.

Size

You’ll want a large enough urn to hold cremated remains of two people which means it will be more expensive. In general, the more material used, the more work it takes to produce.

Design

The more creative, original, and unique the design of the urn is, the more it will cost to develop. Urns with minimal design are simpler to make and, therefore, cost less.

Personalization

Specialized equipment is necessary to create a custom inscription. The artistry and time it takes to personalize an urn will make the cost go up. Most urn companies own this equipment already.

There will also be an extra cost if you want custom sizing and design options.

Manufacturer and Country of Origin

If you choose a manufacturer that focuses on bulk quantities, you’ll get a lower price point. Smaller shops craft more unique urns that cost more.

You can find inexpensive urn options online through Amazon or Walmart, but these are often foreign-made imports that sell urns in bulk. An American manufacturer will offer more craftsmanship.

Considering Funeral Fees Ahead of Time

Preparing for the end of life is never an easy task. However, considering the different solutions ahead of time can help ease the stress of your loved ones.

If you want to be with your spouse or child after death, double cremation urns can make that happen. Although these urns are more expensive than traditional urns, they are considerably more affordable than a burial.

Decide what you want your urn to look like to get a good idea of the price you’ll have to pay. For more informative articles like this, check out the other posts on our blog.

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