Costs & Services
Standard Cremation $1,295
Removal of deceased into our care
Preparation of Death Certificate
Obtaining physician’s or coroner’s signature for death certificate
Procuring permit for Cremation
Refrigeration until Cremation
Container in which the deceased is placed for cremation
The cremation process
Free Online Obituary
Notification to Social Security
Filing for Veteran Benefits (if applicable)
Scheduled delivery of ashes
No add-ons or hidden costs
How does the process work with All-States Cremation?
One call to us (24 hours a day) and we will take care of everything. When notified of a death, we will remove the deceased and bring them into our care. We will then meet with the family, prepare the Death Certificate, notify Social Security, and perform the cremation at our crematory.
With All-States Cremation, pre-payment or pre-planning is never required. Often times, funeral homes will insist that you pre-plan or pre-pay for cremation, but it is an unnecessary step that can add stress to a family if a death is imminent. You are always welcome to call or visit us if you wish to pre-plan, but we understand that this isn't always possible-- if you are in need of our services, our staff of caring cremation specialists will help immediately.
Financial Help is often available if deceased:
- Was receiving Medicaid or SSI
- Is a veteran or spouse of a veteran
- Has verifiable lack of funds
No cost or zero cost cremation is available to families who choose whole body donation. The program focuses on scientific research, disease treatment, and the advancement of medicine. Through our partnership with Science Care, we’re able to offer this program to families in Colorado. For more information about the program, or to pre-register, call us anytime at 303.234.0200.
If you’d like more information on any of these programs, feel free to reach out to us at 303.234.0200 (24 hours)
Important Consumer Information:
"How do I know I'm getting the right ashes?" is a common question we hear. With recent news stories related to unethical cremation practices, we can understand this concern.
With All-States Cremation, you never have to worry about the integrity of the cremation. Our cremation process starts with a five-point identification system that begins when we bring your loved one into our care. Additionally, we own and operate our own crematory-- something we have insisted on for years. This allows us to personally supervise the cremation, ensuring that each cremation is performed individually and with respect and care. Our state-of-the-art crematory is operated by our caring and conscientious staff of highly trained cremation specialists. We perform checks and re-checks before the cremation, and two pieces of identification are placed with the cremated remains before you receive them. We hope learning more about our process brings you comfort, but if you have any questions at all, please ask-- we are here to help.
If you’re comparing costs for cremation, you’re likely to discover a wide range of prices because this industry is notorious for quoting partial costs. Families are then faced with considerable “hidden” costs later on. Be sure the following are included: transportation from place of death to the crematory, notification to Social Security, permit and paperwork, refrigeration before cremation, crematory fees, the container used during the cremation, and an urn for the cremated remains.
Although not needed for cremation, the following options are available:
Memorial Package: $150
For those planning their own service
Includes: 100 personalized memorial folders, guest register book, and 50 thank you cards.
Memorial Gathering: $295
An informal Memorial Gathering for up to 25 people
Includes: One hour at our Family Gathering Room (a modest room at our Care Center) with staff to coordinate and assist, and 25 printed memorial folders.
Church or Chapel Memorial Service: $795
A formal Memorial Service at choice of convenient locations
Includes: Use of church or other facility (can accommodate up to 300 people), staff to coordinate and assist, 100 printed memorial folders, director, guest book, and 50 thank you cards.
Simple Viewing: $695
A private, informal viewing for up to 25 people
Includes: An hour viewing for up to 25 people in our Family Room (a modest viewing room at our Care Center) with embalming and dressing. The deceased is placed on a viewing table with a pillow and comforter.
Funeral Service with Standard Cremation: $2,995
A formal Funeral Service with viewing, ending in cremation
Includes: All items from our “Standard Cremation,” embalming and dressing, services of staff and director, “Memorial Package,” funeral service, 1 hour viewing just prior to service, hearse, and oak rental casket. For use of church other than your own, add $175.
Brief Viewing: $195
A brief, 5-10 minute viewing with minimum preparation, for up to 3 people
Includes: Basic preparation such as cleansing, placement on a viewing table, and covering with a comforter.
Urns and Cremation Items: From $29
We have one of the largest and most affordable selections of cremation items
Includes: Personalized urns, biodegradable urns, pendants and cremation jewelry, portion urns, scattering urns, and many more classic and unusual items.
If you are looking for services not listed on this page, please let us know — we will always help.