Lighting can really enhance the look of your tree, and it isn’t far-fetched to say that the lights on a Christmas tree are an absolutely essential part of it. At Tree Classics, we’ve made landmark innovations to help ensure that your tree is always perfectly lit.
Along with our Quick Set™ technology, Tree Classics’ Color-Changing LED technology is one of our most popular tree-lighting innovations. Here are three of the top reasons why we love using Color-Changing LED lights on our trees.
‘Tis the season of giving and this year happens to be Tree Classics’ 40th season delighting you with fine and innovative artificial Christmas trees, wreaths, garlands, and more. As we celebrate this momentous occasion, we’re taking this opportunity to give back to our loyal customers by giving you a chance to win one of 20 prizes we have in store. But it doesn’t stop there! We’re also giving you a chance to nominate a friend to win the exact same prize!
Is there anyone who you think deserves a special gift this year? With Tree Classics’ Big 40 Celebration Sweepstakes 2015, we can give that gift on your behalf, as well as ours.
As the centerpiece of your holiday celebration, the Christmas tree is the single most important piece of décor for the season. That being the case, there are a myriad of varieties and optional add-ons in the market today. This post shows you how to choose a Christmas tree that will grace your home as part of your holiday tradition for many years to come.
Gone are the days when one had to wait for the winter season, or until Thanksgiving, to purchase a Christmas tree. As more people start to see the advantages of having an artificial tree, stores are beginning to offer these prized products all year round.
The best time to shop for an artificial holiday tree is during the post-Christmas tree sale period, which runs from the day after Christmas until January. Aside from finding the best deals, this will get you ready for the next holiday. You may stock up on holiday ornaments and décor sold for a fraction of their regular price.
If this is your first time to buy an artificial Christmas tree, take note of these important reminders.
Measure the Space of Your Tree
Determine the space that your tree will fill in. Measure the distance from your ceiling to the floor and get the area’s square footage as well. Make sure to include some space allowance so your display doesn’t look stuffed.
If you want to place gifts underneath your tree, a full-shaped tree guarantees more room at its base. Online Christmas tree stores offer different types of spruce, fir, and pine in varying sizes. Determining the height and width of your tree will make the selection process less tedious.