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Did you know that in 2016, more than 50% of Americans who died were cremated? It’s true, 2016 marked the first time ever that the cremation rate exceeded the burial rate in the United States. In fact, many experts are predicting that by 2035, nearly 75% of Americans will be planning cremation services.
If your family is in need of affordable cremation services in Baltimore, look no further. Many families choose cremation because it gives you the flexibility to design whatever type of funeral, memorial, or celebration of life service is right for you. Not only do you have flexibility for the type of service you plan, you also have the convenience of time. Choosing to have the deceased’s remains cremated means your family can spend more time planning a meaningful and personalized service to honor them and celebrate their life.
When it comes to Maryland cremation services, there are many options to consider. At our firm, we strive to help families make educated and informed decisions. To better understand the cremation process, we invite you to browse through the sections below. Each of these resources will provide you with further information about our cremation products and services.
If you have any questions or concerns, we ask that you call us at 410-665-2000. We will be please to take part in your cremation conversation.
What is Cremation?
Even now, when cremation is fast becoming the preferred alternative to burial, people still come to us to learn more about the cremation process. If you have ever asked "what is cremation", this page was written for you.
Our Cremation Options
Do you think cremation is right for you, or a loved one? We provide a selection of cremation options designed to meet your financial and emotional needs.
Why Choose Cremation
If you're curious about why more families today are choosing cremation, this page details the various reasons and looks closely at costs.
The Cremation Process
Cremation has been around for centuries but there have been many changes in the process over the last half-century. Today, families can choose either traditional cremation or alkaline hydrolysis.
Alternative Cremation Options
Traditional Cremation makes up the majority of cremation processes, however there are alternative options available.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are you struggling to answer the question "what is cremation"? Are you curious about what's involved in making the cremation decision; or wonder if you can be involved in your loved one's cremation? This is the right page for you.