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How to Properly Decorate a Christmas Tree

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Is there a right way and a wrong way to decorate a Christmas tree?

No, but you should have a plan on how you want to decorate when the time comes.

Try these tips to help make decorating a breeze this season:

1.    Make sure you choose the right lights

Using the right lights makes all the difference! LED lights last longer, are more durable and more energy efficient. LED lights are also easier on the purse strings, especially if you like to keep your tree lit for many hours a day.

2.    Plan out your decorations

Start with your lights, followed by your ornaments, garland, bows, feathers, etc. Make sure you have enough lights before you start. People often run out of lights before they can even start putting up other decorations.

3.    Spread out the branches    

If you buy a real tree, a few branches may require some trimming. If you go the artificial route, make sure you shape the branches so the tree doesn’t look smashed from being in storage.

4.    Don’t clutter up your tree

   It’s all about balance! To make your tree look aesthetically pleasing, arrange your     lights and ornaments so they’re balanced from top to bottom.

Want the Most Festive Lights in Town? 

Professional tools can make a difference! Our Christmas light installers will ensure that your display lasts all season long and make sure it’s ready to go for next year. We make sure your lights work and stay working all season. 

Call the experts at Delights! We hang Christmas light in Ann Arbor and the surrounding areas of Plymouth, Canton, Brighton, Novi, Dexter, Chelsea, and Saline. We’ll work with you on a design; you won’t have to worry about installation, and we’ll take down your decorations and provide storage until you’re ready to put them up next year. Call our Christmas light installers in Ann Arbor today a complete design consultation. (734) 417-2212.

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