Burial vaults may be a necessary expense and can be purchased directly from the funeral home or cemetery you are working with. The funeral home will offer you some choices or you can purchase your own from another source . However, be aware that your cemetery may charge you an additional fee for a burial vault that has been purchased elsewhere.
If you are wondering what to consider and how much a burial vault costs, take a look at our breakdown below:
Before your funeral provider shows you any burial vault or grave liner options, they are required by law to provide you with a full price list with production descriptions. This way, you can compare prices from multiple sources and make a more informed decision.
While prices for outer burial containers vary across Canada, a burial vault used for a traditional funeral in Ontario may cost an average of $1000.
Our goal is to provide quality products and services that don’t cost you a fortune. Whether you are planning a traditional funeral from start to finish or have opted for an immediate disposition, we treat every client with the same level of respect and integrity no matter your budget. All lives should be celebrated and we make this possible with our affordable funeral and burial services.
Don’t have a big budget? Contact First Memorial Fairview to learn more about our cremation and funeral services.