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Why Equipment Aren’t As Bad As You Think

August 4, 2017

How Do You Choose the Best Chainsaw A chainsaw is meant to make it easier for you to tame tall trees, cut firewood, or maintain your garden. However, one chainsaw can’t do everything. There’s a broad variety of chainsaws available on the market and they’re designed for certain tasks including general maintenance. They’re available at different prices and use various sources of power. Before you purchase a chainsaw, be sure to get more information about chainsaws and reviews. How do you pick the right chainsaw? The following are 6 questions to think about before selecting a chainsaw.
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What purpose is the chainsaw going to serve?
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If you intend to use the chainsaw to clear debris away a few times annually, or to downsize a fallen branch, then the best choice would be a less powerful electric chainsaw. An electric chainsaw is also perfect for residential areas because it’s quieter, so it won’t disturb your neighbors. For heavier tasks or remote locations with plenty of trees in a forest, the best option could be a portable gas chainsaw with a more powerful, larger engine. Do you have any experience with chainsaws? If you’ve never used a chainsaw previously, it’s probably unwise to get a powerful and large chainsaw that you may be unable to control. Select something that’s less strong and simple to handle but still can do the job. Smaller models are easier to operate particularly if you’re working in cramped spaces. A heavier chainsaw may put extra strain in your hands as well as arms and can be a huge safety risk especially if you’ve not used chainsaws before. But if you want to use a heavier and larger model, ensure that you’re with somebody while working. How regularly will you use the chainsaw? If the chainsaw will be used for simple jobs around your house a few times yearly, again it’s best to opt for a battery or electric-powered unit as it doesn’t require much maintenance like gas-powered models. What types of trees are you planning to cut? If you intend to cut down large trees, particularly hardwood such as oak, beech, ash, hickory and dogwood, then you’ll need a more powerful chainsaw. If you get a less powerful model, cutting down hardwood trees is going to put extreme wear and tear as well as strain on the chainsaw. Thus, be sure to pick a more powerful model for your hardwood and a less powerful chainsaw for softwood. What’s the breadth of the trees you’ll cut? As for felling different diameters or sizes of logs, consider the guide bar length of each chainsaw. For smaller diameter logs, a shorter guide bar would be perfect. A larger guide bar, in contrast, is best for heavy cutting tasks and wider logs.