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If you celebrate Christmas, having a tree can really make your home get into the holiday spirit. However, if you don't want your celebrations during the most wonderful time of the year to turn disastrous, you should follow the tips below to keep your Christmas tree safe.

How to Keep Your Christmas Tree Safe

The Tree

If possible, opt for a beautiful artificial tree. If you choose a natural one, however, you need to:
  • Water it daily to keep it from drying out and becoming a fire hazard.
  • Place it in a spot that's a safe distance away from a fireplace, candles, and more.
  • Replace it if you notice that some of its needles are drying out and falling.

The Decorations

The decorations are what make the tree that much more cheerful. Just remember to:
  • Buy decorations that are flame retardant to prevent a fiery mishap. If they aren't, keep them away from fire sources.
  • If you have pets or children in your house, you may also want to buy decorations that won't break or that they can't choke on.

The Lights

Finally, holiday lights make everything magical. To keep them that way:
  • Before you put them on the tree, test your lights to see if they work.
  • If upon inspection, you see the lights are old or frayed, do not use them.
  • Avoid connecting multiple Christmas lights into one outlet, since you may overpower it.
  • Always unplug the lights before heading off to bed or leave the house.

Do You Need Professional Property Restoration in Stormville?

If a mishap has taken place over the holiday season, know that Zott Construction DKI in Stormville can help you through this difficult time. Call (845) 227-4141 to get a free estimate on professional property restoration in Stormville.