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Different Kind of Burial Methods and Plots

One of the most important decisions to make when planning your funeral is what kind of burial you want. We offer a variety of burial methods and plots to help our grieving clients find the perfect situation for them. Consider the following options when deciding upon your burial.

  • Traditional - This is the most common method. It's a traditional burial blot in a cemetery.

  • Green - This is similar to a traditional burial, except no casket or embalming fluid is used to lessen the environmental impact of the burial.

  • Home Burial - In some rare cases, home burial is an option. Please search "funeral director near me" to see if a home burial is legal in your municipality.

  • Burial at Sea - You may be interested in burial at sea for religious or other reasons. Please inquire about this early in the process of planning your funeral if so.

  • Mausoleum - A mausoleum is a free-standing building with the body of the deceased interned.

We most commonly serve clients who wish to have a traditional burial. If this is the case for you, there are a variety of burial plots to choose from, including the following:


  • Single- One standalone plot

  • Companion Plot - Two side-by-side plots.

  • Double Depth Plot - A companion plot where the caskets are stacked vertically instead of buried horizontally.

  • Family Plots - Groupings of three or more caskets to memorialize multiple members of the same family.

Choosing how you wish to be buried is the most important decision to be made when planning funeral services. After all, it is where you will be memorialized for all eternity. Be sure to get an exhaustive consultation with us about different burial options before making your final decision.

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