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Aspen Fir Artificial Christmas Tree with Premium Traditional Lights

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Does this tree come with a stand?

Asked by: Kwellz
Thank you for your interest in the Aspen Fir Artificial Christmas Tree with Premium Traditional Lights. This item does come with a tree stand.
Answered by: JLFrontgateService
Date published: 2015-04-09

wCan this tree be stored assembled, in the rolling tree storage bag?

Asked by: ckein
The Aspen Fir Artificial Christmas Tree with Premium Traditional Lights can be stored assembled and upright in the rolling tree storage bag.
Answered by: MLRFrontgateService
Date published: 2014-11-21

Are multi lights true colors or more like pastel colors?

Asked by: krw1
Thank you for your interest in the Aspen Fir Artificial Christmas Tree with Premium Traditional Lights. Our multi colored lights are deep and true.
Answered by: MLRFrontgateService
Date published: 2014-11-13

are the lights replaceable if they go out?

i was wondering if entire light strands can be replaced if needed. we have found in the past with a pre-lit tree it can be impossible to get the lights off if a strand goes out. then you are out $$$ with a "lit" tree that isn't lit any longer. Are the strands replaceable and if so, can it easily be done? if not - do you sell faux trees that are not lit?
Asked by: Fiveboys
Thank you for your interest in the Aspen Fir Artificial Christmass Tree with Premium Traditional Lights. If a bulb burns out or becomes damaged or defective, the rest of the strand will stay lit and the other bulbs will burn slightly hotter and brighter. The bulb should be replaced as soon as possible or the lifespan of the rest of the strand will be shortened.
Answered by: MLRFrontgateService
Date published: 2014-11-12

Do the lights on the Aspen Fir go all the way down the branch into the trunk

Asked by: Con10der23
Thank you for your interest in the Aspen Fir Artificial Christmas Tree with Premium Traditional Lights. The lights begin about a third of the way up from the tree trunk on each branch and extend to the tips of each branch.
Answered by: MLRFrontgateService
Date published: 2014-10-20

How many sections are there to assemble the Aspen Fir? Can the tip support heavy ornaments?

I would like to know how many sections are there to assemble the Aspen Fir? Also, I would like to know if the tips can support heavy glass ornaments like those from Christopher Radko collection?
Asked by: Christmasnut61
Thank you for your interest in the Aspen Fir Artificial Christmas Tree with Premium Traditional Lights. The number of sections in ant artificial tree is determined by the height of the tree. The Aspen Fir has tips that are reinforced with heavy gauge steel.
Answered by: MLRFrontgateService
Date published: 2014-09-16

Does the Aspen Fir come unlit?

I live in Singapore and I can't use the electrical system used in the US. I have no intention of using an adapter as I had quite a negative experience with it. In the event, I would like to change the lights that were pre-wired to the tree, can the light sets be unstrung and re-string with new lights. From the description, it appears that the lights are 'factory' strung to each branch and cannot be removed.
Asked by: Christmasnut61
Thank you for your interest in the Aspen Fir tree. The only unlit trees we currently have available are our Colorado Blue Spruce and Deluxe Fraser, in all sizes.
Answered by: MLRFrontgateService
Date published: 2014-09-13

difference between the Aspen fir and the Deluxe Fraser christmas tree

I am purchasing an artificial tree this year for the first time ever. I like extremely wide and tall christmas trees with clear bulbs. What is the difference between the Aspen Fir and the Deluxe Fraser Fir and what is the difference between the commercial lights and the premium lights?
Asked by: Snowflakes
Thank you for your interest in the Aspen Fir Artificial Christmas Tree with Premium Traditional Lights. The look and feel you are trying to achieve is the most important consideration when selecting an artificial tree. We have close up pictures of the tips of our trees so you can see exactly what they will look like. Between the Aspen and the Fraser, the Fraser is a bit more tapered from top to bottom, while the Aspen is a bit fuller throughout. Commercial grade lights feature a slightly thicker wire and screw in compression fitting vs the 2 prong plugs found in premium lights. The premium grade lights are usually all that is need in a home setting.
Answered by: MLRFrontgateService
Date published: 2015-01-06
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