Simple & low cost Direct Cremation services.

The Bay Area’s Original Online Funeral Director Since 2004

15+ years of satisfied customers
Simple & Clear Pricing
- Simple Online Arrangement -

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How much does Direct Cremation cost?

Our standard Direct Cremation covers pickup from hospital or coroner’s office, refrigerated storage of the remains, completion of the death certificate, local disposition permit, cremation container, temporary urn, cremation at our local crematory and return of the cremated remains.



No hidden fees.

We’re on a mission to bring transparency to direct cremation. We charge as little as possible, and we always make all costs & fees easily to understand. No hidden fees. No last minute add-ons. No surprises.

How to arrange a direct cremation online.


Fill out the forms

You fill out the information on our easy to use forms to arrange services.


Review Information

Our staff will review the information and prepare your paperwork.


You E-sign documents

We send you a contract to E-sign and finalize the arrangements.

Our promise.

We will do everything in our ability to make the process as easy as possible. If you have questions our knowledgeable staff will walk you through all of the options and guide you along the way.

Frequently Asked Questions.

Several factors make our low price possible. Our parent company owns the crematory. Over 30 years of combined experience allows us to work as efficiently as possible. We are effectively using the internet and advances in telecommunications to save on labor costs.

Our licensed facility is located at 3101 17th Street SF, CA. We are unable to accommodate visitors at this location in an effort to keep our price low for you. Our crematory is located at 1094 Yerba Buena Ave. Emeryville, CA. All of the required paperwork will be accomplished via fax or internet. You may e-mail us with questions at We will respond to e-mail questions within two hours during business days, Monday through Friday, 9am to 5pm.

You need a certified death certificate for any asset that may be transferring from the deceased to someone else as the holding institution needs a certified death certificate to establish death has occurred. Life insurance, real estate, stock, bond, bank accounts, motor vehicles are all examples of assets that may change because of someone’s death. Death certificates are available to you from the local health department at the time you’ve received the cremated remains via USPS Registered mail. You may order certified copies directly from the San Francisco Health Department. Death certificates will be available approximately 8 business days after we receive the remains.