There are a lot of big decisions to be made in a very short period of time when planning an occasion to honour the life of your loved one. It’s also a very hard time for the close family and friends who are involved in the funeral planning, which can lead to emotional overspending on memorial services; especially if products are being presented as either the best of the best or the only option available. “Don’t they deserve the best?” you may ask yourself without a clear thou
A lot of the time when you walk into a funeral home the first items you may be asked about are type of urn or casket, concrete burial vault, headstone or grave marker and other high-value products. All of this is often discussed before any mention of who your loved one was, what they were like and what their interests were. Many modern establishments employ commission-paid sales people and it's common practice to deal with them first, long before you meet a funeral director.