Idaho Cremation

Tulip’s care team serves families from Boise to Nampa as they deal with the loss of a loved one. Trust our Idaho team to make sure that your loved one is cared for at every step in the cremation process so that you can focus on creating and hosting the right memorial.

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Tulip provides direct cremation services in Idaho at the time of death, when death is imminent, or when people want to pre-plan.

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Tulip makes arranging a cremation in Idaho simple. Get a quote in seconds so you can focus on arranging the right memorial.

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Tulip keeps cremation affordable without compromising care. We treat your loved one with dignity at every step of the funeral process.

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Our cremations have no hidden costs, ever. Pay only for what you need at the time of service or over time.

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Direct Cremation in Idaho

With direct cremation, the cremation happens without a memorial service at a funeral home giving you time to arrange a more personalized memorial or celebration of life. Our team is here for your family 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We provide 5-star service and make the process as simple as possible so that you can focus on the things that matter most.

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Explore below for information about Tulip Regional Offices and lists of the County Medical Examiners’ Offices and County Health Departments.

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What does cremation Cost?

By Tulip Team

The average cost of cremation in the US, according to the National Funeral Directors Association, is $6,078 with a ceremony and viewing, or $2,300 for a direct cremation. Prices vary by state, too - the most expensive state for direct cremation is Connecticut, at an average cost of $2,995, and the most affordable is Kentucky, at an average cost of $1,941. The table below shows the average cost...

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Questions People Frequently Ask Us

What is the difference between cremation and direct cremation?
Direct cremation is the most cost-effective cremation service available, and also the most cost-effective funeral option. It is an industry term that refers to the purchase of the cremation itself, without any additional services. Regular Idaho cremation packages may add expensive “cremation caskets” for your loved one to be cremated in, or other extras you don’t want or need. If you are looking for a simple, affordable funeral, always ask about a funeral establishment’s direct cremation package. They will cremate your loved one more affordably and simply return their cremated remains to you once the service is completed.
How Much Do Cremations and Burials Cost in Idaho?
The cost of funeral services varies from funeral home to funeral home and also depending onthe state you live in. Idaho’s funeral homes offer different services at different prices. Funerals, especially burial options, can be expensive and overwhelming to plan if you are unfamiliar withthe costs. Traditional burial services can cost anywhere from $4,000 to $20,000 depending onthe provider you choose and the package options available to you. If you are interested in burial services, look for a trusted local provider that is conscious of your budget and will accommodate your needs. Be wary of burial providers who try to add on unwanted extras thatdrive up the burial price. While burial services were traditionally more common in our society for years, now cremation is more popular, partially because it is more affordable. When choosing between burial or cremation, many families throughout the state consider the cost difference. When it comes to funeral options, cremations are typically much more affordable than burial services. Cremation can cost anything from $600 to $5,000 depending on the provider you choose. Traditional funeral homes are generally more expensive, even if you choose a direct cremation option. If you are cost-conscious, make sure to shop around and compare services different funeral providers offer to ensure you are getting the best price for your funeral.
What is the cheapest way to cremate a body?
Direct cremation is the most affordable funeral option or service available. Traditional funeraland cremation services have many add ons that increase the price, so you end up paying farmore for your loved one’s funeral. Direct cremation services only include the cost of the cremation itself, and no unwanted extras, drastically reducing the price of the funeral.
What are some businesses with a large number of reviews for Cremation Services in Idaho?
Tulip Cremation has thousands of 5-star reviews on our website from Idaho’s families who researched funeral options, used our services and had a wonderful experience. Call us today to learn why families throughout Idaho families throughout the state trust us to take care of their loved one’s funeral services.
How do I make funeral arrangements with Tulip?
Whether you are planning after the death of a loved one or in advance, you can make all funeral arrangements online or over the phone with Tulip. Once your loved one is cremated, we safely return their ashes to you. There is no need to come into a funeral home in person when planning, because we are available 24/7 to assist you. By offering all of our services remotely, we are able to cut costs and offer you more affordable funeral options. We also offer additional online services in ID, including access to our free obituaries platform, options to purchase personalized urns and memorialization pieces to remember your loved one, and more.