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Chainsaw Safety Tips

Safety always comes first when you’re using a chainsaw. Whether you’re just cutting some firewood in your back yard or cutting down a tree, it’s always important to use safe work habits. Learn what you can do to help protect yourself and others by using proper chainsaw safety techniques. Pre-sawing Chainsaw Safety Measures Read the owner’s manual for your chainsaw. For any piece of equipment with an engine, this is(…)

Chainsaw Chain Sharpening

How to know when it’s time to sharpen your chainsaw chain Take a look at the waste that is left behind from your chainsaw. Does the wood look more like dust or is it more like wood chips? If the wood waste looks like dust to you then it is time to sharpen the chainsaw chain. Also if you feel yourself trying to force the chainsaw to cut then it(…)

What to Know Before Buying a Chainsaw

Chainsaw Types Do you have down tree limbs after a powerful storm? Or maybe you need to cut down some overgrown trees? Find the right chainsaw that fits your needs and get the job done right. Gas Chainsaws A gas chainsaw has a pull start and most have a two cycle engine. Fueling a gas chainsaw requires mixing oil and gasoline. This type of chainsaw is good for heavy duty projects, such as(…)


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