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Why And How Families Are Buried In Private Mausoleums
[Distinctive Alternative To In-Ground Burial]
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Mausoleums are not just built by the rich and famous as symbols of prestige. Over many centuries, mausoleums have been built for people in every level of society – for a variety of reasons.
In this Chapter of The Definitive Buyers Guide to Private Family Mausoleums, we’ll look at why and how families are buried in private mausoleums.
Mausoleums provide a distinctive alternative to a traditional in-ground casket burial. In an In-ground burial, A mausoleum crypt is an above ground vault or chamber within a mausoleum that holds the burial remains. In some cases, these may be cremation urns instead of or as well as caskets. The size of the crypt determines the number of individuals that can be interred in the mausoleum.
Here are just a few reasons why many people prefer above ground burial in a private family mausoleum.
First, mausoleums keep families together, in one convenient location, generation after generation after generation.
Purchase a mausoleum now and future generations won’t have to worry about finding their own burial plot or buying a headstone.
With a Mausoleum, you can have as many crypts and urns as you need.
With walk-in mausoleums, families can visit any time of year – rain or snow.
The bigger size and taller height makes a mausoleum stand out in a cemetery.
Mausoleums Are Eco-Friendly. One family mausoleum plot generally will require far less of a footprint than a grouping of family gravesites.
If you live in an area with high rainfall or high water tables, an above ground mausoleum with proper drainage keeps the crypts safe and dry.
Mausoleums create a peaceful space for prayer, meditation, and remembrance.
When the ground freezes, in-ground burials are usually put off till spring. However, crypts can be added to mausoleums any time of year.
Inside a walk-in mausoleum, you have plenty of room to display personal art and artifacts that tell the stories of your family members’ lives. You can’t take it with you, but you can certainly leave it for your heirs to enjoy.
A mausoleum says you’ve made significant contributions in your life and to your family.
Mausoleums Are Expressions of Majestic Love.
When the cost of a mausoleum is shared among all the family members, your cost becomes a fraction of the total cost, and may even cost less than a gravesite and headstone.
Finally, some people simply don’t like the thought of being buried in the ground covered with dirt and weeds and whatnot.
If you’d like to talk to a mausoleum expert to find out if a mausoleum is right for your family, just call Rome Monument, and they’ll be happy to help you out.