Does delivery cost extra?
Weekday deliveries are included in the price of our Fraser Fir Christmas trees. However, a premium of $10 will be charged for Weekend deliveries.
Will having a live tree increase the risk of a fire?
A well maintained Christmas tree that is watered daily will not increase the risk of a fire during the holidays. In fact, a fresh Fraser Fir Christmas tree is safer for your home than most “fire-retardent” artificial trees.
Is having a real Christmas tree environmentally friendly?
Yes, real Christmas trees are a renewable and reusable resource. For every tree harvested, another is planted in its place to ensure a steady supply year after year. Real Christmas trees absorb carbon dioxide and other harmful “greenhouse” gases and release fresh oxygen into the air. Meanwhile, artificial Christmas trees are made from nonrenewable petroleum-based plastics that use up natural resources. Once used, they are gone forever!
How will the tree be delivered?
Your Fraser Fir Christmas tree will be delivered right to your door. Once inside your home, the tree will be unbaled and any possible mess will be cleaned up by our staff.
How Does the scheduling work with delivery?
Our staff will need 18-24 hours after the order has been processed before contacting you with a scheduled delivery time
How long will my tree last?
When we deliver your Fraser Fir chirstmas Tree our staff cut the bottom 1.5 inches off the tree trunk to ensure its freshness and to improve its water intake. Our Fraser Firs are known to stay fresh for two months. Always remember to make sure there is water in the tree holster.
What if I can’t be available for my scheduled delivery time?
We always recommend that someone is home to receive your tree. The tree will need to be placed in the location you desire in your home with the assistance of our delivery staff. If no one is available to receive the tree, we will not leave your tree in the common area, and it will be re-delivered at another time. An additional re-delivery fee of $20 will apply.
Can I have a real Christmas tree in my Condominium?
Yes, many strata corporations often quote “rules & regulations” that ban live Christmas trees in their buildings. However, the Condominium Act of 1998 shows that these rules apply only to common property, not strata lots. Therefore, If a strata corporation adopts a rule that bans live Christmas trees, then it is only banning them from the common property and is unenforceable once in your condo. To prohibit live Christmas trees in strata lots, a strata corporation must adopt a bylaw.