Gas chainsaws are the heaviest and most powerful. They’re cordless, easy to maneuver and ideal for heavy-duty cutting like large trees or logs.
Chainsaws & Pole Saws
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Quieter and easier to start, corded electric chainsaws have a lower upfront cost and require less maintenance. They’re great for pruning and limbing.
Battery-powered chainsaws are lightweight, low-maintenance and made for smaller jobs. They run on rechargeable batteries — no fuel or cords to fuss with.
CHAINSAW OR POLE SAW?
Conventional chainsaws are used for on-the-ground tasks like felling trees, cutting firewood or trimming and pruning hedges.
The blade (or “bar”) of a pole saw sits on an extended neck. They’re used for cutting limbs that are too high to reach with a conventional chainsaw.