Posted on 16th May 2023
You might pay significantly more this year for a real Christmas tree as if the cost of gift purchases and travel wasn't already expensive enough during the holiday season. According to the American Christmas Tree Association, climate conditions like drought and wildfire have hurt the growth of live Christmas trees, so there may also be a shortage of real trees (ACTA).
This kink in the tree supply will probably result in retailers ordering fewer trees, increasing the price of these trees even more. People prefer giant artificial Christmas trees because they are less hassle but require storage space all year round because fresh trees smell lovely but can also be messy. Here's why you need one:
Artificial trees have grown in popularity in recent years because of their ease of use and sustainability compared to real trees. Artificial Christmas trees, when put together correctly, can last several years instead of real Christmas trees, which need to be replaced yearly.
These expansive decorations have also grown in popularity because it is much simpler to transport an artificial tree than a live one. Engineers consider elements like wind speed and angle of attack when designing plans for the frame of an artificial tree to produce a stable structure that can withstand bad weather and curious children.
These giant LED light trees have been engineered for sustainability and stability. Numerous designs use LED lighting systems that are set up with the help of sophisticated software tools to reduce energy consumption while guaranteeing that your display shines brightly enough every night. In fact, compared to conventional incandescent bulbs, some of these displays use up to 80% less energy! This development has been good news for consumers and businesses as more businesses look for ways to make their holiday decorations greener and more effective.
Plastic and other fibers are frequently used to create fake Christmas trees. According to Real Simple, you get tremendously more uses out of the fake tree, which can be reused repeatedly with very little wear and tear, even though your upfront cost is much higher for a fake tree than a real one in which hidden costs like installation cost, and equipment to install and remove a live tree come into factor. This is the main advantage of a fake giant artificial Christmas tree over a real one, but other factors could also make it the best choice for future holidays.
Be aware that artificial Christmas trees have several other benefits besides financial ones. To begin with, a plastic tree dramatically reduces the risk of fire from hot lights, light-up ornaments, or sparks from a nearby fireplace. No need to be concerned about the pine needles causing allergies or hurting a curious dog or cat that tries to climb it. The peril of a very heavy live-cut tree falling over and onto someone is very real. These trees can be very dangerous if they fall on someone.
A large outdoor Christmas tree's lights required 120 amps to run. Nowadays, almost all LED trees can be lit with a single 30-amp breaker or less, thanks to LED bulbs and strands. Nida Lighting's giant commercial holiday LED light trees come in various styles, including classic evergreen, one-of-a-kind designs, and custom designs. The community is drawn to your special event and photo ops because they can be configured to put on a light show to music. Let us help you in choosing the perfect enormous commercial Christmas tree for the occasion.
All prices are in USD.