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The Surprising Benefits of Choosing a Flat Pack Coffin

The Surprising Benefits of Choosing a Flat Pack Coffin

Let's talk about something a bit unconventional but super practical – flat pack coffins and caskets. These aren't just a savvy IKEA-style option for your furniture; they’re becoming a popular choice for funerals too. Here are some reasons why more people in New Zealand are opting for flat pack coffins.

Cost-Effective

First off, flat pack coffins are usually much cheaper than traditional ones. Since they come in a compact form, the shipping costs are lower at every stage, which means savings for you. Carried Away Coffins even offer free freight on their flatpacks.

Easy to Assemble

Don't worry about complicated instructions – these coffins are designed for easy assembly. Each flat pack coffin consists of only five pieces plus the lid, that fit together in one way, making the process straightforward. Plus, they come with detailed, yet simple instructions and an assembly video to guide you through every step.

Personal Touch

Assembling a flat pack coffin, especially in a group, can be a particularly meaningful way for family and friends to come together and do something special for their loved one.

Flat pack coffins offer a chance for personalisation. You can stain, paint or decorate them to reflect the personality and interests of your loved one. It's a heartfelt way to say goodbye and celebrate their unique life. It also allows children to become involved, we often forget that they are grieving too and benefit greatly from becoming involved, just like adults.

Practical Storage

Lastly, having a flat pack coffin on hand can be a practical decision. They take up very little space and can be stored easily until needed. It’s one less thing to worry about during a difficult time.

In conclusion, flat pack coffins offer affordability and a touch of personalisation. It’s a modern twist on a traditional necessity, helping us navigate farewells with care and consideration

 

Posted: Saturday 25 May 2024

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