Hi-Line Funeral Services offers numerous casket options which you can view in person at our show room. Our showroom maintains a large selection of caskets constructed in different materials including bronze, copper, stainless steel and hardwoods such as poplar and oak. We carry a wide selection of caskets in various styles and colors to best suite your family's individual needs and offer products to meet a wide range of budgets. Presently, we offer our casket selection in prices that range from $1,000 to $8,000 and higher.
Families often customize their caskets with blankets, traditional clothing, flags, memorabilia, medallions or special inserts. Located in the lid of the casket, commemorative panels and embroidered tribute panels provide a way to highlight a loved one's interests, passions, religions, organizational and military affiliations and more.
Cremation urns offer a final resting place for the cremated remains of a loved one. Cremations urns can be buried in a cemetery or the location of choice or can be kept by the family to retain for years to come. Additionally, many families choose to purchase more than one cremation urn so that family members can share portions of the remains. Hi-Line Funeral Home offers a wide variety of cremation urns in materials such as ceramic, stone, hardwood, metal and other materials. Urns come in a variety of shape and sizes with countless artwork, colors and adornments. We also offer keepsake cremation urns that can be used with several family members who want to share a portion of their family's ashes. Finally, we can custom order urns from our suppliers if our showroom does not have what you are looking for and we can ensure that your selection arrives in time to meet your needs.
Burial vaults are outer burial containers that enclose a casket in a grave. Most cemeteries in Montana require either a burial vault in addition to the casket. Burial vaults are used to support the soil around the casket and ensure that the soil above and around the casket will not collapse, which ultimately serves to minimize cemetery maintenance and keep the cemetery grounds looking nice.
Hi-Line Funeral Home offers both concrete and polymer burial vaults for our customers. Concrete vaults are made of reinforced concrete and provide for superior protection against outside elements. Concrete vaults can often weigh more than 2,000 pounds and require specialized equipment for transport and placement.
Polymer burial vault are constructed of non-porous polyethylene and polypropylene materials. Polymer vaults are lightweight, impact-resistant and water-resistant and can be constructed in multiple layers for added strength and durability. Their light weight and ease of handling reduce cemetery labor costs, when compared to concrete vaults. These vaults customarily do not require heavy equipment during transportation and gravesite placement.