Cremation Urns provided
​by Tindall Funeral Home

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Artistic Collection of Urns by Tindall Funeral Home

Eco Friendly Urns by Tindall Funeral Home

Metal Urns by Tindall Funeral Home

Cultured Marble Urns by Tindall Funeral Home

Synthetic Urns provided by Tindall Funeral Home

Elegant Wooden Urn Collection offered by Tindall Funeral Home

Did you know...?

What is opening and closing of a grave and why is it so expensive?

Opening and closing fees can include up to and beyond 50 separate services provided by the cemetery. Typically, the opening and closing fee include administration and permanent record keeping (determining ownership, obtaining permission and the completion of other documentation which may be required, entering the interment particulars in the interment register, maintaining all legal files); opening and closing the grave (locating the grave and laying out the boundaries, excavating and filling the interment space); installation and removal of the lowering device; placement and removal of artificial grass dressing and coco-matting at the grave site, leveling, tamping, re-grading and sodding the grave site and leveling and re-sodding the grave if the earth settles. 

What are burial vaults and grave liners?

These are the outside containers into which the casket is placed. Burial vaults are designed to protect the casket and may be made of a variety or combination of materials including concrete, stainless steel, copper, bronze, plastic or fiberglass. A grave liner is a lightweight version of a vault which simply keeps the grave surface from sinking in.

Must I purchase a burial vault?

Most large, active cemeteries have regulations that require the use of at least a basic grave liner for maintenance and safety purposes. Either a grave liner or a burial vault will satisfy these requirements.