Firewood has been used as a source of fuel for thousands of years. Many homeowners still use it today because it is fairly available and therefore more economical considering the rising costs of other energy sources. Moreover, manufacturers have also developed better and more heat-efficient wood furnaces, making firewood use even more attractive to many homeowners.
However, if you have to buy your own firewood, sometimes these costs add up and you may find yourself having to spend hundreds of dollars to get quality firewood especially during the winter. Learning how to cut up logs into firewood on your own will definitely save you a lot of money especially if you live in a region where trees are in abundance.
This article is intended to guide a homeowner or any new chainsaw user who intends to use a chainsaw to cut logs for firewood, to clear debris after a storm or for any other uses.