Many people appreciate the beauty and festive spirit a Christmas door wreath can bring to their front door. However, one very common question is how to fix it securely without doing damage to the structure of your house. After all, Christmas will soon be over and the decorations packed away.
Christmas is a busy time anyway, and some individuals make the costly mistake of taking the easiest and quickest route to affix Christmas wreaths to an external door frame: they drive in nails or large screws with a hammer. This runs the risk of splitting the wood and leaving unsightly damage in its place once the wreath comes down. A far better method is to do a little advance planning and preparation. Get your drill out and make small pilot holes in the door frame – around four is usually sufficient on most standard-sized front doors. Make sure you space them evenly across. Then you will need a few screws to screw a large ceiling hook into each of the holes. This enables you to simply hook the wreath over each hook, which should hold it in place for the festive season. An alternative to the ceiling hook is the screw eye hook, which has a closed loop. If you use this method, it is easy to secure your Christmas wreath by threading a length of wire through each hook, wrapping it around, and tying the wreath in place. It’s worth pointing out that this could be the better option if you live somewhere that is affected by strong winds, as your wreath will be fixed more securely.
Cheap Christmas Wreaths Don’t Mean Compromising On Quality
Looking for cheap Christmas wreaths to help decorate your home or business more economically this Christmas season? Shopping over the internet has given us huge benefits in terms of choice, but it can also help you compare prices and find the best bargains quickly and easily.
Here are a few handy tips for sourcing your Christmas wreaths at reasonable prices. Any internet search will bring up a huge number of results, many of which will be retailers hoping to add you to their order books. It’s easy just to plump for the first two or three sellers than come up on your screen, but to avoid disappointment, a few small checks will be beneficial. First, establish that the company is based in the same country as where you live. That way, you can reduce the risk of having to pay huge delivery charges and wait for many weeks for your product to reach its end destination. A local seller will also be subject to consumer law in this jurisdiction, providing you with some comeback if things should go wrong.
Secondly, take a look at reviews, both on the website itself and elsewhere on the internet. You want to buy from a company that has won favorable views from its customers, particularly in terms of the quality of the products sold. Cheap does not have to mean tacky. Finally, once you have chosen the Christmas wreath you want to purchase, make sure that the site offers secure payment and that the shipping costs are reasonable.
Thank you for reading. I hope this little post has helped. Stay festive and stay wonderful!