Vaults

Many Northeast Ohio cemeteries require a burial vault to be used over the casket in the ground. A burial vault protects the casket from the weight of the earth as well as heavy equipment that may be used by the cemetery for grounds maintenance. A burial vault also helps keep the grave level, which contributes to the overall aesthetic appeal of the cemetery. Metal vaults utilize an "air seal" concept while concrete vaults utilize a "top seal" or "tongue and groove" concept.

Concrete Burial Vaults

Wilbert Bronze
Wilbert Bronze
Wilbert Bronze Triune
Wilbert Bronze Triune
Wilbert Copper Triune
Wilbert Copper Triune
Wilbert Triune Vaults
Wilbert Triune Vaults
Wilbert Venetian
Wilbert Venetian
Wilbert Continental
Wilbert Continental
Monticello Burial Vault
Monticello Burial Vault

Metal Burial Vaults

12 Gauge Solid Copper
12 Gauge Solid Copper
12 Gauge Stainless Steel
12 Gauge Stainless Steel
7 Gauge Galvanized Steel
7 Gauge Galvanized Steel
10 Gauge Galvanized Steel
10 Gauge Galvanized Steel
12 Gauge Galvanized Steel
12 Gauge Galvanized Steel
American Valor 12 Gauge Galvanized Steel
American Valor 12 Gauge Galvanized Steel
12 Gauge Steel
12 Gauge Steel