At Frazer Consultants, we create websites that funeral homes are proud of. Since we have the best clients out there, we want to highlight some of our clients’ new funeral home websites and upgrades of our current clients’ funeral home websites.
Check out some of our clients’ new funeral home websites and upgrades for the months of October and November!
Ray Brown Mortuary Chapels, LTD & Cremation Services has been serving the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area for many years. They want their families to know that they can count on them, as they invite them to contact their funeral home 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
When visiting their website, families know right away that their funeral home has a COVID-19 plan in action. Their COVID-19 message is easy to find, as it’s at the top of their homepage and in a can’t-miss yellow box.
Based in Carrollton, Georgia, Elliot Parham Mortuary is proud to be a part of their community’s rich history. They pride themselves in serving their families with dignity, respect, and compassion — no matter their religion, culture, or budget.
As their design starting point, they chose our Julio website design. For this design, there’s a stationary banner on the left side of the homepage, while you can scroll on the right side. This way, you can feature an important message on the left side that won’t go away when you scroll, like your funeral home’s service options.
Simply Cremation of Central Iowa — located in Earlham, Iowa — wants their families to know that they can trust them with caring for their loved one. As a family-owned business who own and operate their own cremation equipment, they handle every aspect of the cremation.
Families don’t have to wonder what the service costs are, as the funeral home conveniently has their General Price List on their Service Pricing page. This way, families have a general idea of the costs before meeting with their staff.
With 110 years of service, Czelusniak Funeral Home in Northampton, Massachusetts is honored to service their community. They plan to be a part of it for many more years to come.
To make it easier for family and friends to show their support, they can conveniently order funeral and sympathy flowers directly from their loved one’s obituary or from the link on the homepage.
The employees at Pryority Funeral Experience, LLC in Houston, Texas are committed to supporting their families and giving them the grief and funeral information that they need.
On their Merchandise page, families can see their wide range of caskets, so they can choose the best option for their loved one.
Ed Hatcher, Funeral Director and Owner of Hatcher Funeral Home & Cremation Service in Graniteville, South Carolina, was inspired to own his own funeral home from his family’s long history in the profession. His great grandfather opened a funeral home back in 1879.
Their families can start the funeral planning process online with their online planner tool. As we practice social distancing, this is an especially valuable tool.
Armstrong Family Malloy-Mitten Mortuary in Los Angeles, California has been serving their area families for more than 100 years. Their funeral home has been family owned for four generations.
To help answer their families’ questions, they have a Resources tab with information about social security benefits, honoring veterans, and more.
With multiple locations in Wisconsin, the staff at Erickson Funeral Home, LTD is committed to giving their families the highest quality care and funeral services possible.
To give families more convenient options, they have a payment center on their website so families can pay for the funeral expenses from the comfort of their home.
Alaskan Funerals — with multiple locations throughout Alaska — prides themselves in making their facilities feel like a second home for their client families.
To help their families stay organized, they’ve compiled all the possible forms they may need to complete when a loved one passes away. They can easily download them on their Forms page.
Based in Pennington, New Jersey, the employees at Wilson Apple Funeral Home have the compassion and experience to help make funeral planning less confusing and stressful for families.
Their website flows together nicely, with the red color scheme carried out through their images, backgrounds, buttons, and more.