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Cremation FAQs

Q: How large does an urn need to be?

A: An urn will need to hold one cubic inch for each pound the deceased weighed at the time of death. For example: A cremated 100 pound person will yield almost 100 cubic inches of ashes. So, if 1 pound = 1 cubic inch then this person would need an urn that is approximately100 cubic inches or larger. Hardwood Urn Co.'s urns hold up to 400 cubic inches, and will meet the needs of most individuals. If you need a larger solution, please contact us. 

Q: Can I travel with cremains?

A: Here's an article about traveling with cremated remains: http://www.cremation.com/consumer-resources/traveling-with-cremated-remains/

Q: What are the cremation laws in my state?

A: We found this resource that provides a nice overview for each state, including laws about 

http://www.cremation.com/consumer-resources/funeral-and-cremation-laws/