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Christmas Trees

Browse our very large variety of artificial prelit & unlit Christmas Trees including Trees with LED lights, slim and pencil sized trees, Table top/ Small space trees and indoor/outdoor commercial trees. Also, Close out & clearance trees, wreaths, garland

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Artificial Garland and wreath can be used outdoors and indoors.Many shapes and sizes are available. Many match our artificial trees. Unlit and prelit including LED bulbs. Wreaths 20"- 60" diameter, Garland from 9 ft. to 100 ft. length
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Wacky and bold artificial tree statements. Not just for Christmas either. Includes German Twig, Metallic trees and Crystal White trees.
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LED Light strings, Tree stands, revolving tree stand, storage bags, tree extension poles and garland lights.

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Flocked and frosted artificial Christmas trees featuring light to heavy flocking. Available both Unlit and with lights and LED bulbs, also comes in a variety of sizes.
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Easy to set up with designer planters and urns. Very life like, prelit, unlit and great for patios and porches.


Five hints on setting up and taking down a prelit artificial Christmas Tree

Artificial Christmas trees especially those that are prelit have many advantages over natural trees. They are safer, more convenient, and faster to set up and more economical in the long run. A quality PVC or PE artificial tree should last 7-10 years with good maintenance and proper storage. Follow these steps and your Christmas tree set up will make your Holiday season a happy one.

Step #1:
After setting up your tree stand find the bottom section of your tree. Most trees come in 3 sections. Trees that are 9 feet and larger often come in 4 sections. Put a light coat of household oil or WD-40 on the center metal pole of the bottom section of the tree. This will allow the metal pole to easily slide into the tree stand. More importantly when you are taking the tree down after the holidays, it will be so much easier to take this section out of the stand. If you do not have the oil or WD-40 readily available you can also use soap to coat the center metal pole. Use this method on all the metal poles of each section of your tree. This will save you a lot of frustration when taking the tree down after the Christmas season.

Step #2:
Plug in each section of your tree separately to inspect the lights. Work from the bottom of the tree upward. It is not uncommon for lights to be broken or missing in shipment and bulbs can be burned out from the previous year of use. Most quality artificial Christmas trees come with extra replacement bulbs. Replace these missing/burned out bulbs before you begin connecting the sections together. It is much more difficult and time consuming if you wait to look for defective lights after the tree has been totally assembled. Replace the bulbs while the tree section is plugged in and lit.

Step #3:
As you inspect each section, remove all the labels and tags attached to your light sets. It's easier to remove them at this time than when the tree is totally assembled. Doing this will give you a much cleaner look as the tags and UL labels are visible and somewhat distracting when the tree is completely set up. Be cautious not to damage the light wiring as you remove these tags. A razor blade should not be used. Inspect your tree weekly and replace any burned out bulbs. This will keep your lights trouble free and burning bright for years.

Step #4:
Wear gloves as you begin to fluff the tree branches. This will prevent chafed fingers and hands from handling the branch tips that are constructed of stiff gage wire. Start at the top and work your way down to fluff out the branch tips.

Step #5:
To store your tree disconnect and remove each section. Place your tree in its original carton or in a tree storage bag. Store in a cool, dry area and avoid storing trees in a hot attic or damp basement. This is especially important if your tree is flocked. If possible store your tree in a vertical position this will put less weight and pressure on the lights and the branches. Make sure the center metal pole of the bottom section is facing ground level if you can store in this manner.

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