Before choosing your artificial Christmas tree, you should take into consideration the floor area and the height of the room where you'd place the artificial Christmas tree. Before buying your artificial Christmas tree, make sure you decide where you want to place it. It's a good idea to try to keep the artificial Christmas tree out of high traffic areas where someone might bump into the tree or trip on the Christmas light cords.
Christmas Tree Height
Once you've chosen the spot for the artificial Christmas tree, measure both the ceiling height and the width of the room. Keep in mind that our artificial Christmas tree height measurements include the height of the Christmas tree stand. Make allowance for the height of the tree stand before deciding on your artificial Christmas tree, otherwise you might find that the artificial Christmas tree is getting to be too tall for your room. If you'd like to place a tree-topper on your artificial Christmas tree, make sure there is space left to accommodate it.
Christmas Tree Width
Depending on your available floor area, you can choose from full, tapered or slim artificial Christmas tree
options. There are different types of artificial Christmas trees available, from trees with shorter needles like artificial Fir Christmas trees to longer needles like artificial pine Christmas trees. Choose the one you think will create the perfect backdrop for showcasing your cherished holiday ornaments..
Pre-lit Christmas trees
If you want to create the perfect holiday ambience in your home without having to spend hours stringing your artificial Christmas tree with holiday lights, the pre-lit Christmas tree is right for you. Pre-lit Christmas trees are beautifully and evenly illuminated with bright Christmas lights that add to your festive spirit. The high-quality, pre-lit Christmas trees sport a secure lamp lock feature which prevents loose connections and ensures that even if one lamp goes out, the entire string remains lit.
Unlit Christmas trees
Reminiscent of a traditional Christmas, an unlit Christmas tree lets you string your tree your own way, with your choice of Christmas lights. Not only does an unlit Christmas tree provide you and your family with happy, fun-filled moments of togetherness, they also add a warm, personal touch to your Christmas decorations.
Specialty Christmas trees
A uniquely designed specialty Christmas tree can really work wonders for your festive spirit. When you opt for specialty Christmas trees like upside-down Christmas trees, you can be sure that your Christmas decorations will be the topic of conversation at all get-togethers. Besides, if you have a small home or live in an apartment, an upside down Christmas tree might be a great choice as it doesn't take up much floor space.
An aluminum Christmas tree with a coordinating color wheel, which was probably the first artificial Christmas tree manufactured in the sixties, is a great artificial Christmas tree for those who want to recreate the retro-look. Spiral trees and beautifully sculpted Christmas topiaries also accent enhance the festive look of your home.
Commercial Christmas Trees
Ideal for commercial use, large artificial Christmas trees light up business centers with their dazzling Christmas lights and beautiful Christmas decorations. Their foliage creates a striking backdrop to display brightly colored holiday ornaments, creating a warm, festive mood.
The better-quality commercial Christmas trees are designed to be easily set up. They have concentric steel circles that stack to form the conical shape of the tree. The number of circles at the bottom can be added or removed to adjust the tree to a desirable height. Assembling a commercial Christmas tree is easy since all the branches are usually identical in size and interchangeable, along with a convenient color coding.