The complete cremation or aquamation service is another type of selected offering. This service will be just like a complete funeral service offering, except cremation or aquamation will follow instead of the casketed burial. This can be accommodated by the use of a cremation casket (a casket designed to be cremated) or a rental casket. Following the visitation, service or ceremony, and eventual cremation or aquamation, the remains can be buried, properly scattered, or returned to the family. Urns or temporary containers are used to hold the remains. Temporary containers can be constructed out of cardboard, plastic or basic metal. Urns are constructed out of more durable materials like marble, granite, bronze, stainless steel, ceramic or wood. Many families select an urn when they desire permanent memorialization, such as, ground burial, niche inurnment or placing the urn in a personal columbarium or cremation bench. Urns are also frequently selected when a family wishes to take the remains home to display them in a personal setting that brings them comfort or reflects the personal style or interests of their loved one or themselves.