By far, the most concern we get from Coeio fans are around timing and storage.
Here are those common questions answered:
Death can happen any time. Planning your end-of-life wishes ahead of time makes sure that no matter when Death comes along, your body is taken care of the way you want it to be cared for. Planning ahead also allows your family and friends to worry less about logistics and creates more space to grieve.
2. Can’t I just have someone ship my product right before I need it?
While we take urgent orders on a case-by-case basis, sometimes we cannot promise that a product will reach you in time. This can happen for a multitude of reasons, such as a death happening on the weekend and infrequent Sunday mail deliveries in the United States.
3. If I buy now, will my product expire?
All Infinity Burial Products come packaged for a long, stable shelf life. As long as you keep your product in a dark and cool storage location (e.g. garage, basement), they will last a lifetime. If you have any fear of the products being improperly stored, we will gladly refresh the bio-mix. This is free of charge aside from the cost of shipping it to us and back to you.
4. I’m not comfortable keeping my suit (or shroud) in my house. What else can I do?
Reach out to us via firstname.lastname@example.org with your zip code and your concern. We’ll do some research about funeral homes in your area and ask them to store your Infinity Burial product for you! The best part about this is that you can cross-off other parts of your burial planning checklist by getting connected to a funeral director. If you already have pre-plans with a funeral home, we can try to work with them as well.
5. I still don’t feel ready to buy. Are there other ways I can help?
The best way you can help us out is by talking to the elder people in your life about their plans for death (parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, friends). Regardless of whether they choose an Infinity Burial, acknowledging and preparing for death is not something enough people do. To help, here are 7 ideas for starting a conversation. We’d love to hear what you find out at email@example.com!
You can also check out our Get Involved page.