These prices are effective December 01, 2020 and are subject to change without notice. The goods and services shown below are those we can provide to our customers. You may choose only the items you desire. However, any funeral arrangements you select will include a charge for our basic services and overhead. If legal or other requirements mean you must buy any items you did not specifically ask for, we will explain the reason in writing on the statement we provide describing the funeral goods and services you selected.
Comparing funeral and cremation prices can be very confusing to most consumers. For that reason the Federal Trade Commission mandates that all funeral and cremation providers must provide the consumer with a uniform General Price List (GPL). All GPL’s must contain the individual price of specified goods and services and packaged services. All funeral and cremation providers are required to give a consumer a copy of their GPL upon request and prior to discussing prices.
The GPL falls short, however, in helping the consumer determine the best value for their money. While the GPL will reveal that the cost for a particular service or product at Funeral Home A is less than at Funeral Home B most consumers are more interested in the total cost of the funeral or cremation. They want to know what to expect when it comes to the bottom line.
For that reason, our focus is to provide you, the consumer, with the best overall value at the bottom line. Simply put, you will get more for your money at Burns-Curl Cremation & Funeral Services. Our staff, facilities, quality of service, and packaged service options are the finest you’ll find anywhere in Colorado.
When it comes to prices, our promise to you is to be honest, make it easy to understand, and give you the best value for your money. Period.
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Cremation is an irreversible process. Where there is human involvement, there will always be the potential for human error. This can apply to hospital, coroner, and mortuary staffs. To be safe and sure, for your peace of mind and ours, we suggest a positive identification of the deceased before cremation. In our memorial service and direct cremation option, there is no embalming and only a very limited time that the deceased may be transferred out of refrigeration and identified (refrigeration or embalming are required by state law 24 hours after death – CRS 12-54-111).
So that the deceased remains in an essentially refrigerated state, we respectfully request that the identification be for no more than 30 minutes from the time we agree to begin. In the interest of full disclosure while minimizing movement of the deceased, the identification occurs in the container that will shelter the deceased prior to cremation and will be later consumed in the cremation process. We will also dress the deceased in any clothing provided.
There is a $195.00 charge for the identification viewing at the crematory facility (staff time). If you decline the identification, please allow at least 48 hours before the cremation process begins.