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One of Florida's Most Respected & Trusted Cremation Services.


  • What is cremation?
    Cremation is the process of reducing the human body using high heat and flame. Cremation is not the final disposition of the remains, nor is it a type of funeral service.
  • Is a casket needed for cremation?
    No, a casket is not required. Most states require an alternative container constructed of wood or cardboard; however, in some states, no container is required.
  • Is embalming required prior to cremation?
    No. It is against the law for a funeral home to tell you otherwise.
  • Can the body be viewed without embalming?
    Yes, most crematories allow immediate family members to view the deceased prior to cremation. However, the service we offer does not permit viewing. The only identification we are able to provide is through a photograph.
  • Can an urn be brought into church?
    Nearly all Protestant Churches allow for the urn to be present during the memorial service. Most Catholic Churches also allow the remains to be present during the Memorial Mass. Including cremated remains as a part of the funeral provides a focal point for the service.
  • What can be done with the cremated remains?
    While laws vary state by state, for the most part, remains can be buried in a cemetery lot or in a cremation garden, interred in a columbarium, kept at home, or scattered.
  • How can I be sure I receive the correct remains?
    At, we have developed rigorous sets of operating policies and procedures in order to maximize the level of service and minimize the potential for human error. Since it is illegal to perform more than one cremation at a time, and the vast majority of crematories can only cremate one body at a time, it is next to impossible to receive the incorrect remains from our crematory.
  • How long does the actual cremation take?
    It all depends on the weight of the individual. For an average-sized adult, cremation can take two to three hours at a normal operating temperature of between 1,000 and 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • What do the cremated remains look like?
    Cremated remains resemble coarse sand and are whitish to light grey in color. The remains of an average-sized adult usually weigh between 7 and 8 pounds.
  • Do I need an urn?
    An urn is not required by law. An urn may be desired if there is to be a memorial service or if the remains are to be interred in a cemetery. If an urn is not purchased or provided by the family, the cremated remains will be returned in a temporary plastic container.
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