Proper Way To Cut Down A Tree

Tree CuttingTrees are a part of the environment and people should cherish them as much as it is possible to do so because they provide oxygen, shade, and aesthetic appeal. However, it also becomes necessary to cut down trees occasionally.

For example, a tree may be blocking sunlight from reaching your home. It may also be full of disease or insects such that you would need to cut it down to keep your family safe from infection or infestation.

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Chainsaw Sharpener Instructions

chainsaw sharpenerWhy should you need to sharpen a chainsaw?

A well maintained chainsaw is going to give you good service for many years. Like any other tool, chainsaws also wear out and need to be regularly maintained in order to remain in good working conditions. Not only is it safer to use, a well sharpened chainsaw is also more efficient as it gets a lot more done work in a shorter time.

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Chainsaw Glossary

Chainsaw GlossaryThis is a list of the terminology commonly used in reference to a chainsaw or a chainsaw part or in a conversation or an activity involving the use of a chainsaw.

Air Filter – a permeable rectangle mounted on the opening that lets in air to the carburetor. It filters the air and prevents dirt from entering the carburetor.

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Different Chainsaw Chain Types

Different Chainsaw Chain TypesThe average chainsaw user probably uses a chainsaw occasionally only to cut wood for firewood and for general small to medium tasks around the home yard. Although there are hundreds of saw chain styles, most small consumer chainsaws models come with low profile 3/8” semi-chisel saw chains.

For this reason, most typical homeowners and occasional chainsaw users may not be very particular about a chainsaw’s saw chain as would a professional or more sensitive chainsaw user. Nonetheless, below is a simple article explaining the various cutter teeth and the different chainsaw chain types.

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How much is a Cord of Wood?

how much is a cord of woodMany homeowners in the US and in many countries all over the world use firewood for heating especially during the cold months of winter. This means that you have to buy firewood every year and if you use firewood only a few times a year, then you may not overly mind the hiked prices on the smaller bundles of nicely spilt logs. However, if you use a lot of firewood every year, it would be more reasonable and cost effective for you to buy larger amounts of wood in cords.

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