Why do we use vaults?
- Vaults are used for burial in cemeteries.
- A vault is a container with lid that lines the grave and is designed to resist moisture, creating an underground tomb.
- Vaults are made of materials such as concrete or metal.
- Most cemeteries require vaults in order to prevent the ground from becoming uneven making it safe for visitors to walk within the cemetery.
Outer Burial Container Description & Price List
These prices are effective as of February 1, 2012, but are subject to change without notice.
Basic Concrete Vault (No Inner Liner), Top Seal Vault $1065.00
Sentinel Concrete (Plastic Inner Liner) $1295.00
Burnished Bronze Steel 12 Gauge $1350.00
Silver Slate Steel 12 Gauge $1350.00
Silver Galvanized Steel 12 Gauge $1550.00
Statuary Galvanized Steel 12 Gauge $1650.00
Deep River Blue Steel 12 Gauge $1350.00
The American Valor Galvanized Steel 12 Gauge $1650.00
Continental Wilbert Concrete (Seamless Inner Liner) $1495.00
Doric Patrician Concrete (Polystyrene liner) $1845.00
Whiterose Galvanized Steel 10 Gauge $1850.00
Statuary Galvanized 10 Gauge $1850.00
Brownstone 0.125″ Aluminum $1850.00
Statuary Galvanized Steel 7 Gauge $2065.00
Corinthian Concrete ( Polystyrene shell inside and out) $2045.00
Wilbert Stainless Steel Triune (Stainless Steel Liner) $2595.00
Triune Wilbert Concrete, 16 oz Solid Copper Inner Liner $2995.00
Triune Wilbert Concrete, Solid Bronze Liner (Interior) $3295.00
Black-Silver Stainless Steel 12 Gauge $4295.00
DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES
Our funeral home makes no representations or warranties regarding outer burial containers and/or caskets, urns or other funeral goods sold by the funeral home. The only warranties, expressed or implied, granted in connection with goods sold with this funeral service are the express written warranties, if any, extended by the manufacturers thereof. No other warranties, including the implied warranties of merchant-ability or fitness for a particular purpose, are extended by the seller.
In most areas of the country, state or local law does not require that you buy a container to surround the casket in the grave. However, many cemeteries require that you have such a container so that the grave will not sink in. Either a grave liner or a burial vault will satisfy these requirements.
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