At Xmastree Express, they have spent many years ensuring that customers have the ideal artificial tree to put in their home. They understand that Christmas is the most special time of the year for many families and want this to time to be everything that you could have imagined. This is why they have made trees that not only add to the luster of your home but give the look and feel of a traditional Christmas tree.
Before you go out and get your artificial tree they want to give you a few tips to make sure that you have the perfect one for your holiday season.
Before You Make Your Purchase
The most important thing before buying any tree is to know exactly where you intend to set it up. This is important for many reasons, but the most important of them is to let you know the size of the tree that you can have. You need one that is at least a foot shorter than the ceiling, so you can put a star or other ornament on top, and which does not come out too far from the wall or corner, obstructing passage or creating a situation where it will be knocked down. Do a proper measurement so you will know exactly what will fit.
Also, have an idea of what kind of look you want your tree to have. There are many artificial trees that look completely real. If you like a fir, pine, or other kind of tree, make sure you know which one you want to save yourself some time when looking.
The Setting Up of Your Tree
Most artificial trees come in three sections that branches are attached to. Make sure that you locate which branches go to which section before building your tree. The last thing you want to have to do is to take the thing apart because you have a lot of branches that are out of place, making your tree look like it should be starring in a Charlie Brown Christmas special. Taking a little extra time to get it up will pay off by not allowing you to make many mistakes.
What Lights Are You Using?
You also want to look at the lights you are intending to put around the tree. If you have heavier lights they may not work in every artificial tree. You also want to make sure you choose a tree that can handle the heat that is released from some higher wattage bulbs.