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Holiday Decorations & Commercial Panel Trees with Mosca Design Inc

August 30, 2010

Holiday Decorations & City Center Panel Christmas Trees

Mosca Design’s Artificial Christmas Tree Quality and Construction The two primary materials 99% of artificial Christmas trees are made of is PVC and PE. PVC trees have needles cut from thin, colored sheets of PVC, whereas PE trees have needles that were made in a mold, resulting in a thicker, three dimensional shape that is more realistic. More often than not, even PE trees have some PVC needles. Because the cost of manufacturing PE needles is significantly higher, branches with PVC needles are generally used on the inside of a PE tree as filler, behind the PE needles. It is rare for an artificial Christmas tree to have only PE needles, although there are a couple on the market today, such as the Mosca Design & Deodora Fir.

The construction of artificial  panel trees also generally comes in three forms. The hinged varieties are much easier and faster to set up, and are correspondingly more expensive. Most specialty Christmas stores that stock artificial trees only sell hinged construction trees, while it’s common to find the former style in big box stores that do not specialize in Christmas products. Giant commercial Christmas trees have yet two additional types of construction, metal cylindrical frames that stack, with places to insert branches along the frames, and panel trees, typically with garland wrapped around the panels. Panel trees tend to look very futeristic, and are far cheaper than commercial trees with frame construction.

Because Mosca Artificial Christmas tree should last 5-10 years and possibly more, it makes sense to buy one with quality construction. Not only will the tree be easier to assemble and store, but over time you’ll likely save money by avoiding having to replace a low quality tree.  Apart from needle types and construction, another major factor in choosing a Mosca artificial Christmas tree is whether to get one that is pre-lit or unlit.

You’ll find that most commercial Holiday Decor companies only sell pre-lit artificial Christmas trees, although there are a few unlit trees on the market too. Unlit trees are obviously less expensive, and the advantage to having an unlit tree is that you can light it however you like. On the flip side, pre-lit trees often have high quality commercial lights, and because they’re pre-strung and attached to the branches, you tend to get a much greater light count with an even spread.

You can find pre-lit artificial Christmas trees with white lights, multi colored lights, and solid colored lights in both incandescent bulbs and LED lights. Incandescent bulbs account for the great majority of lights on artificial trees today, however LED lights are just beginning to appear on the scene. For more information on Commercial Holiday Decorations with Mosca Design call our corporate office in Raleigh, North Carolina 800-332-6798.


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