Frequently Asked Questions

Listed below are our most frequently asked questions and answers to help you get to know about us and the cremation services that we offer. If you do not see a question you may have, feel free to call us at and we will be happy to assist you.

What do I do when a death occurs?

Arrange online or call us. We are always available to assist you. We will then arrange the transportation of your loved one into our care.

How can you offer such affordable pricing?

We offer a simple, dignified cremation without all the expensive overhead of other firms.  Our packages provide everything you need but don’t include all the unnecessary extras you don’t want.

What areas do you serve?

Our service area includes Pinellas, Pasco, Hernando, Hillsborough, Polk and Sarasota, Manatee counties. 

How do I get the cremated remains returned?

We return your loved one’s cremated remains to any US postal address via USPS Priority Mail Express. We cannot mail to a P.O. Box. Signature is required. You may also make an appointment and pick up the cremated remains from our location.

How long does the cremation take?

Cremations typically take up to ten - fourteen business days.  A doctor must sign the death certificate. After the certificate has been signed, the County Medical Examiner's Office must review the death certificate and issue a permit authorizing the cremation. This process cannot be expedited. Once the death has been registered and all the permits and authorizations received, we may proceed with the cremation and ordering of the death certificates.

How many death certificates do I need?

Florida offers two types of death certificate: one lists cause of death (aka long form), the other does not (aka short form). We recommend that you contact each institution, consult with your accountant and or attorney to learn how many death certificates you require.