All our artificial Christmas trees are sourced by our experienced buyers Clara Penhallurick and Caroline Young from the world’s top manufacturers The National Tree Company and Puleo. Both Clara and Caroline have many years retail experience so are very aware of the standards and styles of tree and Christmas decorations our customers have come to love and expect. Click here to read the blog giving you hints and tips on how to choose your artificial Christmas tree.
Why buy a best quality artificial Christmas tree?
The best artificial Christmas trees from Hayes feature all the latest innovations in the manufacture of artificial Christmas trees. Possibly the biggest innovation is the PE (polyethylene) branches. These branches are made in moulds taken from actual tree branches and they also have that slight waxy feel of real conifer needles. The colour of best quality trees has also moved on from the traditional bright forest green to trees which have more realistic slight hues of yellow and blue. The best artificial trees from The National Tree Company which feature Memory Wire branches make setting up the trees so easy, the first time you use the tree the branches are adjusted to your liking then in future years they will naturally fall into this shape when you take them out of the box. All our best artificial trees carry the Hayes Lifetime Warranty, so we can confidently expect them to last at least 15 years, so pound for pound they cost far less than buying a real tree every year. As the best artificial trees last so long they are the most environmentally friendly option, as you are not replacing very often as is the case with a cheaper tree which will start shedding branches after a couple of years.
What makes a best tree different from a budget tree?
The best quality trees are constructed with the very best quality materials to the highest standard ensuring they will last for many years making them an environmentally sound choice. This class of trees also feature the latest in artificial Christmas tree technology, such as PE branches, Memory Wire and Power Connect which means no more fiddling trying to connect each section individually. The best trees are usually not just the classic formal cone shape but more resemble real forest trees with a random outline, a frosty appearance or a smattering of snow to give you a tree which is a little bit different. The best quality artificial trees have substantially more tips than a budget tree, this results in a thick bushy tree compared to one which has large gaps between the branches. All artificial Christmas trees for Hayes carry the Lifetime Warranty so you can be assured you are buying a tree which will last vastly longer than a budget tree. All our pre-lit trees have LED lights which are replaceable and we will supply you with spare bulbs over the lifetime of the tree, budget trees have non-replaceable bulbs which will gradually fail one by one leaving you with a partially lit tree.
Why Hayes sell the best quality artificial Christmas trees?
Hayes Garden World has been trading for over 200 years and has always had a reputation for selling the best quality goods and using only the finest ingredients in the restaurant. As a result of all this history we naturally source only the best artificial Christmas trees from the world's most respected manufacturers, this has led to us being one of the UK's premier online suppliers of artificial Christmas trees. We are so confident in the quality of our trees that we offer a Lifetime Warranty, click here to read the full terms and conditions.
Which is the best artificial Christmas tree?
The Weeping Spruce is our stand out best selling artificial Christmas tree and has been for several years. It very closely resembles a real tree both in shape and composition; it's outer branches are PE (polyethylene) which are modelled on real trees and also feel like the real deal. To complete the illusion hang some pine scented Scentsicles in the branches and guests won't be able to tell the difference between the artificial tree and the real thing. This tree has featured in several media publications and websites as being the Best Artificial Christmas Tree; including Woman and Home, Luxury Lifestyle Magazine and Seen in the City.
How to pick the best artificial Christmas tree for your home; tips on what to look for?
When buying one of our best artificial Christmas trees the first thing to consider is the height; is it standing on the floor, a table or the windowsill? When it comes to creating a WOW factor the bigger the tree the better so go for one which fits in from floor to ceiling, which is usually 7 - 7.5ft. Our Best Artificial Christmas Trees are constructed to closely resemble a real forest tree so choosing from these pages ensure you will fool guests into thinking it's the real thing and it goes without saying that these trees are constructed with the best quality materials. Check the amount of tips your chosen tree contains as the more tips the thicker and bushier the tree. Next check the width at the base of the tree, some of the full size trees are just too wide for a smaller apartment or living room. Most of the trees we stock also come in slim and ultra-slim pencil artificial trees so you need not sacrifice quality and WOW factor just because you have a limited amount of space. Next to consider is do you want it pre-lit or do you put your own lights onto the tree? Buying a pre-lit Best Christmas Tree gives you an even coverage of lights which are LEDs so should last about 50,000 hours. If any lights should become damaged or go out we will supply replacements free of charge for 15 years, which is the approximate lifetime of the tree. Finally consider what colour tree you like, they are not all green! In vogue for the past few years are the flocked and frosted artificial trees; as a white Christmas seems to be a thing of the past why not create your own Winter Wonderland with a flocked, snowy tree, they look stunning decorated in a cool Scandi palette; click here to read how to achieve this look.
Now you’ve chosen your tree click here to read the blog giving you hints and tips on possible colour combinations for your decorations and baubles.