When notified of a death, we transport the deceased to our crematory. We meet with the family, complete all the paperwork, and file the death certificate. After permits and approval have been secured, the body is cremated, usually about 3-5 business days.
How does All-States Cremation differ from a mortuary?
We keep cremation simple and affordable. Mortuary cremation is an often complicated process, requiring expensive choices and additional purchases.
How long has All-States Cremation been in business?
We started right here in Colorado, in 1986.
How do we know we are getting the right ashes?
Many mortuaries share crematories. We have owned and operated our own crematories for years, so we personally supervise each individual cremation. Your loved one is never out of our care.
Can we pre-pay for the cremation?
Yes. You can pre-pay. You will receive a lifetime guarantee that this is all you will ever pay.
What if death occurs outside Colorado?
A World-Wide Protection Plan is available which will protect you, anywhere in the world.
Do we have to be embalmed before we can be cremated?
No. Unlike many mortuaries who embalm, we use refrigeration.
Do we have to buy a casket or container to be cremated?
No. All-States Cremation does not require the use of a casket, and we provide a container with our cremation, included in our cost.
Is scattering legal?
Yes. Many families scatter, especially in the Rockies.
If you have more questions, please contact us for an immediate answer.