Monday, December 30, 2019

Direct Cremation in NJ

Are you looking for direct cremation in NJ? Bergen Funeral Service, Inc. provides direct cremation in NJ with compassion, dignity and care.

Direct cremation Guide: Everything you need to know about Direct cremation

Direct cremation is the disposition option where the body is cremated immediately following the death of someone close to you. It takes place without a funeral service beforehand.Direct cremation is one of the most economical and easily affordable options for disposition.

Basic features of cremation without ceremony

Since direct cremation doesn't include any formal ceremony or pre-funeral events, much of the cost of a traditional funeral can be avoided.

  • The deceased body is cremated immediately after their death. This means you may engage the ceremony services directly rather than at a funeral home. This can save you a significant chunk of money.
  • The body is cremated in a simple container instead of an expensive casket.
  • You can hold a memorial service at a later date. This eliminates the need for expensive funeral arrangements and an expensive casket.
  • There is no wake, visitation, or viewing before the cremation, eliminating the need for embalming among other body preparations.

  • How to arrange a direct cremation?

    In many cases, the staff at the ceremony is able to handle the different aspects of the cremation including the transportation of the body to the ceremony, completion of the death certificate, and more. In addition, a cremator charges a fraction of the price than what funeral homes would charge for similar services.

    You can even work with funeral homes and plan a direct cremation. They will complete the death certificate while also transporting the body to the ceremony for a minimal fee, in addition to the basic fee that they charge for their services.

    Cremation Cost

    Direct cremation is one of the least expensive disposition options as some of the expensive purchases like casket, preparing the body, extensive transportation, and funeral services are avoided. Additionally, funeral homes might charge a lower “Basic Services Fee” for direct cremation.

    Regardless of which cremation form you choose, Bergen Funeral is here to help. If you’re looking for any advice or help in anything related to funerals, get in touch with us and we will be there for you. To know more about our direct cremation services among other services, visit our official website.

    For more information about direct cremation in NJ, call Bergen Funeral Service at (800) 262-7901.

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    Thursday, December 19, 2019

    Funeral Service in NJ

    Are you looking for funeral service in NJ? Bergen Funeral Service has been providing funeral service in NJ for over 50 years.

    What is a funeral and do you end up overspending during funerals?

    No matter where a funeral is held, a funeral is supposed to be a structured ceremony where the ceremony will memorialize a deceased person. It is intended to engage the attendees in activities to provide mourners with a collective grieving experience to celebrate the life lived. It is also a socially acceptable way for the members of the community to re-affirm and express social attachments.

    The focus of funerals, no matter where they are held, lies in acknowledging the change. Without a doubt, humans, as a collective, have trouble dealing with changes in life such as the death of someone close to them. When you take this into perspective, it’ll become easier to understand the significance of ceremonially acknowledging the tear in the social fabric.

    How much do funeral services cost usually?

    An average funeral cost can cost anywhere between $7,000 and $12,000. This includes the basic service fees, viewing and burial, a casket, transporting remains to a funeral home, and other preparation.

    The cost of funeral services has been rising steadily for the past few decades. However, pre-planning for such events that you know will occur inevitably at some point will take away some of the pain from these expenses.

    How you end up spending more than usual for funeral services?

    Families tend to overspend emotionally by hundreds, even thousands when planning funeral servicesOverspending is common for numerous reasons including –

  • Many on-the-spot decisions need to be made
  • The emotional impact of losing someone close to you
  • There are pressing time constraints sometimes
  • The impact of losing a close person can cloud your judgment
  • A lot of families have no experience in planning funeral services
  • Some cemeteries and funeral services might take advantage of your situation and make a profit out of your situation

  • Contact Bergen Funeral and plan the best funeral services

    Funeral services can mean a whole lot to families as it is a gesture of paying your respects to someone whom you’ve lost recently. At Bergen Funeral, we want to help you plan an appropriate funeral and make it an emotional day for everyone involved. To know more about our funeral services, visit our official website.

    For more information about funeral service in NJ, call Bergen Funeral Service at (800) 262-7901.

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    Monday, December 9, 2019

    Burial Services in NJ

    Are you looking for burial service in NJ? At Bergen Funeral Service, we believe that a burial ceremony should be an experience that is a sacred and personal tribute which honors your loved one's memory.

    Plan a Burial Service and Pay Respects to the Fallen Angels

    Burial services are a form of services held to memorialize a deceased person. If you scan the history of mankind, it doesn’t matter where or when you look, but burial practices can be easily found.Burial services are seen in television production and Hollywood films with some of them are being uplifting and some attempting to convey the emotional side of the burial. But when it comes to making the arrangements for burial services on behalf of a deceased friend or a family member, it can sometimes be challenging to turn something that is only vaguely familiar into a deeply personal, meaningful event.

    Of course, you would want to plan the best possible burial because you’d want to respect and honor the life of your deceased friend or family member. Taking the help of professional burial services will help you identify the major talking points and outline the steps involved to plan an apt burial service.

    What all is involved in planning a burial service?

    Let’s talk about everything that is involved in planning a burial service. Here are three major areas of concern that you should keep in mind when planning burial services.

  • Selection of cemetery or burial property
  • Unless your family already has a chosen or purchased a burial plot beforehand, the site of burial is an important area to look at.

  • Choosing a casket
  • While the casket is the most expensive purchase you’ll be making during planning the burial services, never choose a casket that doesn’t cost more than you can afford.

  • Planning the details of the burial services

  • The details will depend on your emotional needs and your motives. If your primary focus is simplicity, then the burial services you're going for should be designed to look different from the one that is guided by religious doctrine.

    Talk to experts at Bergen Funeral

    If you’re ready to talk to our experts at Bergen Funeral, we are ready to listen. In fact, this is what we do best. We understand your feelings and your family dynamics and try to arrange the best possible burial services to respect your deceased family members or friends. To know more about our burial services, do visit our official website.

    If you have any questions about any of the burial service in NJ that we provide, please call Bergen Funeral Service Inc at (800) 262-7901.