|Posted on April 8, 2016 at 4:00 PM|
While we do not usually recommend it, on rare occasions a responsible pwner may want to cut down their tree. There are serious and significant risks involve in cutting down almost every tree. When a trre is cut, and does not drop in the intended direction, serious complications develoop-- including the death or maiming of the inexperiene operator.
Husky has some tips :
Working with chainsaws
Cutting down a tree, or felling a tree, with a chainsaw takes careful planning. It is dangerous and should be left to the professionals. However, if the tree is short and small, you may want to tackle it yourself. Keep safety in mind regardless of the tree size. Watch the following video to learn how to cut down a tree with safety techniques in mind.
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It is important that you plan your tree removal carefully. Trees must be felled safely and in the direction that you want them to fall. The most important decision in tree felling is deciding whether there are major obstacles in the area (overhead lines, houses, roads, buildings, nearby tree branches and trunks, etc.). You want the falling tree to hit the ground unobstructed.Most trees have a natural direction of fall. This is affected by the tree’s lean, the shape of the branches and snow-covered branches. If you are unsure of the tree lean, move a little away from the tree.
Watch our chainsaw training videos series as we guide you on how to notch and hinge a tree for directional felling. Remember, always use chainsaw safety gear like chaps, helmets, hearing and eye protection when operating a chainsaw. Safety first!
As you can readily se, handling a chain sae carries significant risks-- and that's what we manage!
Whenevr you have a tree you want taken down, just call Scinto and be sure!
Call ! 203-836-8736