Posted on March 06 2019
These days, you shop for everything online. A quick search turns up those shoes you’ve been looking for or a simple Alexa request yields groceries delivered right to your door. Because of the ease and prevalence of online shopping, it only makes sense that, when thinking of where to get a Christmas tree, your thoughts would drift to the online world.
That being said, though, real-looking, artificial Christmas trees can be hard to find — especially when you’re not shopping in-person. In today’s blog, we’ll offer up four different questions you should ask yourself to help you buy a Christmas tree online — a beautiful tree that you won’t want to return as soon as you open the packaging. As you look to buy a Christmas tree online, be sure to check out our fake Christmas trees that look real and what sets our Christmas trees apart! We offer three different lifelike Christmas trees (and they’re the only three you’ll ever need): Mt. Balsa, Noelle, and Meadow’s End.
How realistic is it?
When most people buy a Christmas tree online, the most important factor to them is how realistic it looks. If you grew up with a real tree, for example, but are now committed to artificial Christmas trees, you’ll still want a tree that will awake in you all the wonder and magic of Christmas that existed when you were a child. With our lifelike Christmas trees, you and your guests will be doing double-takes every time you remember it’s not real!
How easy is the setup?
Sure, you can stand to put in some extra work for a tree you love — but quality artificial Christmas trees will be easier than ever to set up! Making setting up a tree difficult only increases stress and decreases your desire to get everything together and start rocking around the Christmas tree! By finding a lifelike Christmas tree with an easy, simple setup and take-down, you’ll be able to spend more time with your family creating memories and having fun.
What height should I choose?
This question is always of top concern — after all, you can’t bring the tree home, discover it’s too large, and simply trim some of it off like you would with a real tree! Sure, you can always return or exchange your new tree — but why not just get the right height from the beginning? Make sure to measure your ceiling height and buy a Christmas tree online that won’t be too large or small for it. And if you decide on a large artificial Christmas tree — taller than 10 feet — make sure you have plenty of helpers for decorating!
What type of lights do I want?
It’s pretty much a given that you want your realistic, artificial Christmas tree to come pre-strung with lights (it saves soooo much time and hassle). But do you want LED or not LED? Multicolor or traditional? Whatever you choose, going with pre-strung lights will offer up more convenience than ever.