Free deliveryto your local funeral home or home, anywhere in Canada. No any hidden fees or delivery charges.
Please order before 4:30pm (Eastern Time)
You are under no obligation to buy caskets or urns from the funeral Home. In Canada, the law protects consumer by allowing you to purchase funeral items, such as caskets,from a source other than funeral home.
Funeral home cannot:
- Refuse to accept a casket or related funeral merchandise, which purchased elsewhere.
- Charge additional fees for receiving caskets.
- Increase any service fee, which are itemized on their written price list.
$4,000,000 liability insurance protect your rights and our quality.
Free Shipping to your local funeral home or home, anywhere in Canada. No hidden fees or postage.
Your casket is insured against damage and is guaranteed to arrive on time directly to your funeral. We will clean our product before delivery.
Your satisfaction is our top priority. If a product does not meet your expectations, simply return it and we’ll give you full money back.
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