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    How To Work With A Chainsaw

    The following advice is general. There may be specific regulations in your area, and it is imperative that you follow these. Naturally, your chainsaw’s appearance and the placement of controls can vary according to the make and model. The aim here is to give you a good idea of the best way to use a chainsaw. It might seem like a lot to learn, but with a little practice you’ll soon become competent with the saw.

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    How to Winterize Lawn and Garden Power Equipment

    Power equipment, such as lawn mowers, tillers, and chippers require additional winter preparations. Always refer to the owner's manual for specific information.


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    The popularity of wood stoves and fireplaces rises as winter heating bills climb, and keeping woodbins stocked often requires more than reliance on an axe, maul, and wedge.

    "A log splitter makes it so much easier to split the wood and split a volume of wood in a short time," says Norm Michels, sales manager of the splitter manufacturer SpeeCo based in Golden, Colo.

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