The Benefits of Artificial Trees

Are you tired of vacuuming pine needles daily during the holiday season? Consider switching to an artificial Christmas tree. Not only will you save time on cleaning up, but you’ll also save money in the long run since you won’t have to keep buying a new tree every year.

Artificial Christmas trees are also easier to set up since you don’t have to worry about trimming the branches or getting sap all over your hands. You don’t have to worry about the tree drying out and becoming a fire hazard.

Slim Trees for Small Spaces

If you’re a fan of park loops and outdoor activities, you likely only have a little space for a Christmas tree in your home. Fortunately, plenty of slim Christmas trees are available that would be perfect for your needs.

One option is the King of Christmas Royal Fir Slim, which stands 6.5 feet tall but only 28 inches wide. It’s made with Easy Plug technology, which means the lights are already attached to the branches, and you don’t have to worry about tangled cords.

Another option is the Balsam Hill BH Noble Fir, a bit taller at 7.5 feet but only 46 inches wide. It’s made with True Needle technology, which gives the tree a realistic look and feel.

If you’re looking for something even slimmer, consider the Skinny Norway Spruce tree, which is only 16 inches wide. This tree also has Easy Plug technology and frosty branches, giving it a wintry look.

No matter which tree you choose, take advantage of the holiday season by decorating it with your favorite ornaments and lights. Whether rollerblading, biking, or walking your dog, your artificial tree will be a perfect addition to your park loop adventures.