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Why Hire A Hawaii Cremation And Scattering Service?
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A worthy sendoff should be your last show of respect to a departed loved one. More and more people are opting for cremation. At Aloha Burials, we offer this service as well as Hawaii scattering services. Most of our mourners opt for the scattering of ashes on Kama'aina Beach and elsewhere at sea, on the slope of Diamond Head, and on air over corral-laden waters. There are several reasons why you should go for our cremation service.
One of the greatest advantages of cremation over traditional burial is that you will save money. As cemetery space in Hawaii becomes more and more scarce, the available burial plots are very expensive. You will pay tens of thousands of dollars for private cemetery and you will pay an annual charge in the thousands of dollars with an average cemetery. You also save money with cremation since it means you do not have to spend money frequenting a burial site and you do not have to spend money on a casket. Ordinary metal caskets today cost between $1,500 and $2,000 and copper and bronze caskets cost up to $10,000. The expenses incurred in traditional funerals only add to the pain.
Hawaii scattering ashes at sea is a good idea given the eternal cycles of the waters of the ocean. If you are religious, the scattering of ashes on sacred grounds and on air has great significance. Most cremation ceremonies are only attended by close relatives and friends. This allows for a more solemn send off.
There are no laws prohibiting you against scattering the ashes at sea yourself since Hawaii has a ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ policy when it comes to the scattering of ashes, but you should avoid the temptation of scattering the ashes yourself because there are Coast Guard requirements concerning boating as well as EPA requirements.
Cremation is a good idea because it is safe. Bodies decay and this can cause problems during the wake when the body releases noxious gas. This gas can cause illness. If the death is as a result of a contagious disease, there is no risk of the virus passing to the living if the body is cremated. If you care for the environment, cremation is indeed the best option.
Cremation and eventual Hawaiian scattering ashes is indeed the best option if the departed loved one was in such a bad state that the viewing of the body is not possible such as if there are missing parts. Recovery is much quicker following cremation since there will be no ‘shrine’ to remind the family about the departed loved one. There is always worry that the body will be disturbed with traditional burial, but not so with cremation.
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