Coronavirus Information:

If the pandemic now sweeping the planet significantly disrupts essential death-related services in our communities we may need to do more of the work traditionally provided by professionals such as funeral directors.  With that in mind, a group of local death professionals have prepared a guide to those processes including burial.

 

It is our hope that this is like a fire extinguisher: Good to have, and hope to never need.

“We design and build each casket as though it was for our family.”
 – John Jull, Coffineer

 

 

It is said that we come from the earth and we return to the earth. Here at Aldergrove Caskets we build a vessel for the return journey, mindful of the spiritual and environmental needs of the deceased, their friends and family, and the world that they are leaving behind.

 

We build with local, sustainable woods such as southern yellow pine. Finishes and adhesives are environmentally friendly during production, in our shop and for cremation or burial. We build our caskets and urns without metal fasteners of any kind for a complete and timely return to the earth.

 

At Aldergrove Caskets, we build a 'plain pine box.'  

For more information please call us at 919-323-2518 or email.

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