What Is The Inside Of A Casket Panel Called?
The casket panel is used for the traditional ground burial. It is the container that the deceased is placed into and can be made out of wood, metal or aluminum material.
The inside of a casket panel is called the head or cap panel insert and is made typically out of cloth material. The cloth material varies in color but it is often found in white or beige. The panel insert is available in a half, or full size insert.
The inside of the casket will contain a plain, head panel insert. Often the head panel insert is personalized with embroidery, landscape, or photo of the loved-one to add color and personalization to the inner part of the casket lid. If the family chooses to personalize the insert, the plain one can be removed easily by the funeral director or family member and replaced with the colorful artwork of the custom made panel insert.
It is important before ordering a custom panel insert, that the correct dimensions are provided to ensure a perfect fit when replacing. Every casket brand varies slightly in the measurement, so be sure to enlist the help of the funeral home or casket manufacturer, if you are not sure how to take those measurements. You can also click on the video above to view our instructions on how to measure for the inside of a casket panel for a custom insert.
This photo is an example of a custom panel insert set inside a casket. It adds color and further beautification of a loved-one's casket. The Funeral Program Site is the largest manufacturer of custom casket panel inserts for every brand and size. Just specify your size and get it right in time for your service!
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