In St. Petersburg, , there are no state laws controlling where you may keep or scatter ashes. Ashes may be stored in a crypt, niche, grave, or container at home. If you wish to scatter ashes, you have many options. Cremation renders ashes harmless, so there is no public health risk involved in scattering ashes.
Ashes are called Cremains. Cremains are considered final disposition, so no laws or rules can hinder you from doing as you please with the ashes. You must be careful about scattering cremains on private property.
The average cost of cremation in the state of Florida is between $2,500 to $3,500. This is lower than a casket burial but can result in financial hardship for some individuals and their families. These prices are the average cost when dealing with a large funeral home. If you deal with the cremation establishments direct you can save thousands.
Our average cost for cremation is $695.00 to $1,500. We help families with the final costs of cremation by offering lower than average costs in St Petersburg, Sarasota, Port Charlotte, Bradenton, Naples, Ft Myers and all of Southwest Florida. The reason our cost are so much less, is that we do not have large funeral home buildings, hearses, or funeral director staffing.
You can deal direct with the cremation facility, and pay much less, without sacrificing service. When dealing direct with the crematory at Going Home Cremations, you will receive personal caring attention at your time of need just as if you were using a funeral home, but without absorbing the cost of their overhead.