General Price List

The Federal Trade Commission regulates funeral homes and has established a series of rules called The Funeral Rule.

The Funeral Rule protects consumers’ right to purchase funeral goods and services separately. You do not have to accept a package that includes items you do not want.

The Funeral Rule requires every funeral home to have a General Price List. It is a written, itemized price list of all the items and services the funeral home offers. The General Price List will be your guide to comparing funeral costs in your area.

Unlike most crematory and funeral homes, we believe in full transparency so that you can view our prices online rather than having to call or visit us. Our prices are listed to the right. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

We offer financing through Lending USA if you need financial assistance.

General Price List

Direct Cremation…………………………………………………………….. $995
Direct Cremation with Container Provided by Family….. $975
Direct Cremation with Fiberboard Container………………… $995
Direct Cremation with Cremation Casket………………..…….. $975 + Casket
North Carolina Board of Funeral Service Fee…………..……… $10
Mailing of Urn to Family……………………………………………………… $25
Memorial Service & Cremation…………………………………… $2,145
Medical Science Donation……………………………………………….. $495

Payment Options

We accept multiple forms of payment including cash, check, credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express). In addition to these forms of payment, we will also work with you regarding the following payment options:

Lending USA – We now offer financing through Lending USA

Insurance Assignments – This is a letter that is turned into the insurance company aong with the claim form and death certificate. This asks the insurance company to pay only the amount due us with the rest going to the beneficiary. There is a $50 fee for an insurance assignment.

Pre-Need Arrangements (with another firm) – We can assist in transferring these funds to our firm with the remaining balance going to the beneficiary or the estate of the deceased.

Estates – If an estate is involved, we request that a family member pay our charges and secure reimbursement from the estate. If you are needing to wait for the estate to finalize, there will be an additional $200 charge. This fee will be deducted if the balance is paid in full within 30 days. If a survivor is a joint signer on a checking account with the decedent, there is a possibility that the funds will not go into the estate and can be used immediately for final expenses.

Sue and her staff were professional and caring. They made everything much easier than I could have ever hoped!

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