Our Types of Burial and Services
As a private, customer- and service-oriented company, we offer you different types of burial and transparent services at reasonable conditions. You choose your preferred type of burial, and we advise you on the procedures and any additional services for the respective type of funeral.
It is important to us that you are satisfied with our services. Therefore, we design our offers according to your individual wishes, ideas and possibilities.
Types of Burial
In principle, a distinction is made between cremation and burial. Cremation involves the incineration of the body and the burial of the ashes in an ash capsule. The trend towards cremation has grown in recent years. Burials are a little more complex and difficult to organise than cremations.
In case of interment, the deceased is buried in a coffin in a cemetery. Generally speaking, a solemn ceremony takes place prior to the burial. This ceremony can be organised according to the individual wishes of the bereaved.
Since prehistoric times, cremation has been the dominant form of burial throughout much of the world. One reason for this is our ever-increasing environmental awareness: although cremation consumes a considerable amount of energy, it is still better for the environment than a burial.
More and more people are opting for forms of burial that are close to nature. A natural burial is a beautiful idea to show pleasure to nature.
More Types of Burial
We want to support any decisions of our clients. So next to cremation, burial and natural burial, we offer diamond burials, gemstone burial, urns at home, exhumations and transfers.
Funeral costs are made up of a funeral homes own services and third-party services such as cemetery fees or stonemasonry costs.
Products for different Types of Burial
Next to out services we offer high-quality products accompanying the different types of burial.
Flowers have always been an essential part of the mourning culture. In the hours of farewell, they are not only a greeting to the deceased, but also show solidarity, compassion and sympathy with the bereaved. They provide comfort when suitable words are lacking.