Costs of Funerals
The cost of a funeral service can vary depending upon the preferences of the family. The costs comprise of several components:-
Funeral Directors Professional Service Fee
Fees associated with arranging, planning and conducting the funeral service, including documentation and certificates, clergy / celebrant donation, mortuary care, transfers, mourning cars, hearse, incidental disbursements and any necessary liaison with health care facilities, or Coroner's Office.
Burial or Cremation Fees
These costs vary dependent upon the Cemetery or Crematorium. The costs are set by the respective facilities, regardless of the Funeral Home concerned.
Coffin / Casket
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Other (Optional) Fees
- Newspaper notices
- Floral Tributes
- Memorial Book
Plaques, headstones, monuments, vaults, niche walls or other options. Such matters are in the province of the selected Cemetery or Crematorium and will need to be negotiated by the family. However, Mannings can provide impartial advice and liaise on your behalf, if required.
Pre-Paying Your Funeral
Pre-paying a funeral may be more suitable for individual circumstances. For further information on pre-paid funerals, click here.