Low cost cremation in Daytona Beach, FL

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If you have an immediate or imminent need for a simple, low-cost cremation in Daytona Beach, we can help you arrange everything for one low price of $995.

Cremation is a popular choice in Florida, and we understand that many families want a simple, “no fuss” option that can be delivered at a low cost.

A direct cremation package can help you arrange a low-cost funeral. Direct cremation takes care of the immediate disposition of the deceased, and once the cremated remains are available, a memorial or ash-scattering service can be conducted. Or, of course, cremated remains can be shipped to another state for those residents of Florida who are transplants.

Why should you pay more than this when you can take care of everything for $995?

Included in the $995 Simple Cremation Package?

Our simple cremation service includes the following:

  • Collection of the deceased from the place of death
  • Transfer to the funeral facility
  • Shelter of the deceased
  • Filing of the death certificate and cremation permit
  • The cremation process
  • Return the cremated remains in a temporary cremation urn

Are there any extra costs?

Additional fees are county fees, which are subject to change and payable to the county to facilitate the cremation proceeding.  Also, if the deceased had a pacemaker, that must be removed before cremation or weighs over 250 pounds.

daytona-beach-fl-cremation-servicesCan we still have a funeral service if we arrange a direct cremation?

Yes, of course. You can arrange a memorial service once you have the cremated remains returned. A memorial service is a funeral service where the deceased’s body is absent.

You can hold a memorial service with or without the cremation urn present.

A memorial funeral service can also take the shape of an ash scattering ceremony, candlelit vigil, or tribute.  You can read more about Scattering Cremated Remains Safely and Ideas for Memorial Tributes on US Funerals Online.

Comparing cremation costs in Daytona Beach, FL

As cremation is a popular choice for Daytona Beach residents, there are several cremation service providers serving Volusia County. The cost of a cremation can vary significantly for the same service, so comparing cremation prices between a few providers is wise to ensure you benefit from a value-for-money cremation service package. It is important to check that a direct cremation package includes everything.

Visit our Guide to Cremation Costs in 2024 to learn more about how Cremation is changing funeral care.

How can you save money arranging a low cost cremation service in Daytona Beach?

A direct cremation is the most economical means of disposition there is. In Daytona Beach, a direct cremation can be conducted for $995 complete, making this a very affordable funeral option.   If you need to keep funeral costs down, then a simple cremation arranged through a cremation provider is your lowest-cost cremation in Daytona Beach.

You can then arrange your memorial services once the cremated remains are returned. This significantly cuts down on funeral expenses.

What help is there with cremation costs in Volusia County?

If qualifying for Social Security, you may be entitled to the lump sum death benefit payment of $255. The funeral director will generally assist you with submitting the claim to Social Security. Of course, many people use life insurance policies to offset funeral costs, but with a direct cremation, the funeral provider will require payment upfront.

There is very limited public assistance support for funeral costs, which varies across the country.   Check out the Volusia County Human Services Department to find out what assistance may be available to help families with funeral expenses.

Sara Marsden

I have been researching and writing about the death care industry for the last fifteen years. End of life services and experiences are something most of us choose not to reflect upon until we are suddenly faced with dealing with it. I have been contributing comprehensive and independent resources for families that explain how the funeral industry operates, and the laws that govern funeral practices. Sara writes for US Funerals Online and DFS Memorials LLC, as well as contributing to other forums and publications for the death care industry. I have a BA in Cultural Studies. This helps my analysis of cultural death care rituals, alongside a career background in Business Management. The death care industry is undergoing an epoch of change and this fascinates me.

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