Bring Some Festive Cheer to Your Residents

Whether it be an NHS hospital, a private hospital a care home or a Dr’s Surgery, no where deserves brightening up at Christmas more than these places.

Whilst the majority of the population are at home enjoying the festivities there are people right across the country who are not able to, either because they are too poorly to be at home or they are one of the many Christmas heroes whose rota means they are working and are away from their families and loved ones.

“We get orders for Christmas Trees going into all sorts of NHS establishments from up and down the country…”, says Stephen Evans MD of Christmas Tree World “Some of these are tiny little desktop/bedside trees, or a larger tree for a ward and we’ve even done one that was 30ft tall, outside a brand new hospital”.

These are the reasons why artificial trees are becoming the tree of choice:-

• It is far cleaner to use than a real tree

• Real trees can be cumbersome to erect and damage doors etc when installing them

• Real trees drop needles everywhere and damage carpets with moisture

• Real trees bring insects and fungal spores into the building which can cause sever long term damage

• You can choose the shape of tree to fit the space, full, compact, slim or for very tight spaces pencil.

• When real trees dry out they become a fire hazard

All Christmas Tree World trees are fire retardant.

Christmas Tree World trees are guaranteed for 10 years but will last at least of 15 years, the cost spread over 15 years makes them far cheaper than buying 15 real trees

In fact, we have supplied that many NHS organisations ordering Christmas Trees from us that it has even spilled over into the world of reality, with Holby City placing an order for a Giant Outdoor Tree for their 2019 Christmas Special.

Whatever tree is purchased from Christmas Tree World, for your healthcare establishment, you can be safe in the knowledge that it is fire retardant (excludes snow flocked trees) and will be looking amazing…… if the nurses have anything to do with it.
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