The cost of a funeral is divided into two parts.
- The Funeral Director's Fees, including the coffin selected, and
- The Disbursements.
The funeral director will be pleased to discuss financial matters with each family in strict confidence. A full written estimate is offered to all families when arrangements are finalised.
1. The Funeral Director's Fees consists of;
- A coffin as selected from our range.
- Professional Fees.
- Administration Fee.
- A fee for preparation, dressing and laying-out of the deceased.
- A fee for the transfer of the deceased.
- A fee for the hearse and staff for removal.
- A fee for the hearse and staff for the funeral.
- Use of the funeral home - where required.
2. The Disbursements may also be classified as the money paid by the funeral director to third parties on behalf of the family. Examples are as follows;
- Church or chapel offerings
- Honorarium to the sacristan or sexton
- Payment to altar servers
- Payment to Soloist
- Payment to Musician
- Cemetery and crematorium expenses vary between cemeteries. The funeral director will be able to clarify the cost during the arrangement meeting.
- The provision of a solid oak temporary grave marker, if required.
- Obituary Notices in newspapers. This varies according to the size of the entry.
- Irish Independent or Sunday Independent
- Irish Times
- Evening Herald
- Obituary Notice on Radio
- Mourning Coach. Available for the removal and/or the funeral.
- Flowers. -- As each family is different it is not possible to estimate for flowers. Prices range from €45 for a simple wreath to hundreds of Euro for more elaborate displays.
- Gratuities, as directed by the family.
24 hour phone: 045 865156 | Kilcullen Road, Naas Co. Kildare