Crématel Incineration Services

Learn More About the Incineration and Cremation Process…

Crématel meets the need for simple and inexpensive funeral services by offering incineration through direct cremation, without embalming, without a coffin and without exposure.

The need for funeral services has evolved. More and more people prefer incineration (cremation). You can take advantage of our low rates for incineration, including an urn, a memorial bookmark and other items and then organize a viewing.

The body is transported directly from the place of death to the crematorium, after having been placed in a simple cardboard incineration container. There is no need to purchase a finishing casket.

This cremation procedure is less harmful to the environment because no preservative (formaldehyde) is used to preserve the body and no casket residue (nails, glue, fabric, metal) are present.

Following the incineration, the ashes can be given to the family or placed in the cemetery or columbarium. The direct cremation procedure does not preclude a personalized ceremony or a church service with the ashes present if desired.

At the time of a death, with a simple phone call we can agree on a meeting and start the process. Crématel’s policy is to offer funeral services and products that correspond to the needs and means of grieving families, without abusing the situation.

The services are confidential, discreet and are delivered with respect and dignity.

Please note that we can take care of a body in a private home, a CHSLD or a hospital.


The term “incinerate” is actually used to describe the combustion of substances contained in waste materials, it does not adequately refer to cremation of the human body after death.

When referring to incineration, one must understand that the proper term is actually cremation which is a method of final disposition of a dead body through burning.

In modern times, when talking about an incinerator for human remains, we must understand that this is commonly carried out with a closed furnace (cremator), at a crematorium.

Being incinerated or rather the act of being cremated may serve as a funeral or post-funeral rite and as an alternative to burial. In some countries, including India and Nepal, cremation on an open-air pyre is an ancient tradition still in practice today.

To incinerate, or rather to cremate leaves behind an average of 2.4 kg (5.3 lb) of remains known as “ashes” or “cremains.” This is not all ash but includes unburnt fragments of bone mineral, which are commonly ground into powder.

It’s interesting to know that a body incinerator, better known today as body cremation started in the 19th century, as cremation was introduced or reintroduced into other parts of the world.

The incinerated body does not constitute a health risk and may be buried, interred in a memorial site, retained by relatives or scattered in various ways.


Thank goodness I reached out to the people at Crématel. The funeral home was so caring and focused on giving our family the moment we needed to say goodbye. Thank you so much for everything.

A. JOSEPH – Blainville

We are available
every day, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and by phone 24/7, 7/7

Do not hesitate to contact us by phone at 1 888-510-1112 (toll-free) or by email