Why Offer Laser Engraved Personalized Urns?
With a large portion of your customers choosing cremation combined with the rising trend personalized goods and services your customers are now expecting, it is important for your business to offer products to satisfy both of these rising demands. Why not do that with laser engraved personalized urns?
You can look at cremation as a low cost, low profit, bottom of the line sale, or you can take advantage of it and turn it into a high-profit opportunity. Not all customers opting for cremation do so because of the cost. Often times, families don’t purchase an urn because they simply don’t see anything that they like that reflects their loved one.
What if you could offer a laser engraved personalized urn for each and every one of your customers opting for cremation? An urn that reflected their life, memories and all of the unique characteristics that made them the person they were? AP Lazer provides you the ability to do just that by adding photos, text, and other artwork to the urns you are already stocking.
Offering laser engraved personalized urns will set you apart from your competitors, add a high level of customer satisfaction to your services and can add additional profit to your cremation sales. Don’t just offer cremation, specialize in cremation by turning it into a high revenue opportunity that will delight your customers one by one.
What Types of Urns can be Engraved?
Today’s urns are most commonly made of metals such as brass and alloy, wood, (oak, pine, bamboo and walnut just to name a few) granite, glass, wood, and marble, all of which can be permanently marked with a laser engraver. AP Lazer can also engrave on less common urn materials such as powder coated metals, leather, rubber and much more.
Cremation Garden Urns
Urns are not just for inside any more! As more of your customers opt for cremation, it’s important to offer them as many types of laser engraved personalized urns as possible. Cremation Garden Urns offer a solution to those seeking a final resting place for their loved one with the characteristics of a memorial. Garden urns can be placed by 1-2 people in a home garden or other favorite setting and can be admired in the natural outside world. View our full line of cremation urns and other cremation memorial solutions.
Offering laser engraved personalized urns can add revenue to your cremation sales on multiple levels.
A laser engraving on an urn can add anywhere from $50-$200 to a cremation sale. Better yet – you can use a personalized laser engraving to entice those customers who wouldn’t normally purchase an urn at all. Display a variety of laser engraved urns in your showroom and your customers will have a hard time turning down the opportunity to honor their loved one.
Matthew Buxton, Funeral Director at Buxton & Bass Okeechobee Funeral Home and Crematory states:
“In most cases I will add a $65 engraving charge to an urn. Sometimes, I add a complimentary engraving to an urn purchase. By doing that, I am selling more urns. I had a family that originally was going with a cardboard minimum container and when I offered the engraving at no charge, the decided to go with a $325 MDF urn that I pay about $40 for. That is extra money that I otherwise would not have been able to make.”
Laser Engraved Urn Designs
There are many design options for personalization on an urn. Getting to know your family and learning about their loved one will help determine what kind of artwork they may like. Most everybody is passionate about something whether it be their religion, music, sports, family, animals, or even skydiving – there is artwork out there to capture any interest. Add the names and dates and you can come up with a uniquely personalized urn honoring the legacy of a life once lived
What Funeral Homes are Saying
“We bought our AP Lazer about 2 years ago. We’ve been excited since the first day we brought it into our place and can’t live without it. There are so many people in the industry that can take advantage of additional revenues AP Lazer provides.” [watch full testimonial]
Mike Mims – Cherokee Caskets
“We do engravings for cremation item and headstone engravings for a lot of families. [AP Lazer is] very easy to use and the staff is great. We’ve been able to diversify, we’re not just focusing on funeral home items. [We have plans to] start doing more memorials and other gifts for grieving families.”[watch full testimonial]
Mark McKenzie – McKenzie Funeral Services
Adding personalization to urns not only creates more profit for you when working with cremation customers but, more importantly, provides your families with another level satisfaction when celebrating a loved one’s life. Today’s buyers are seeking a more personalized experience and you can provide that when you offer personalized laser engravings on urns and other items such as caskets, tribute memorials, and other commemorative gifts.