The days of felling and splitting wood with an ax are long behind us.
Nowadays, in the age of power tools, we've got plenty of more convenient ways to split up firewood.
From felling to storage, we've got you covered with some great tips.
So take the strain out of log splitting, and find the path to easy street with these incredibly helpful tools of the trade.
STEP 1: Timmmmbbbbeerrrrr!
Before you can split logs, you've got to have logs. So cutting down (felling) a tree is typically the first step. But in some cases, you may already have a tree that's fallen. Whether you're felling a tree or not, you'll need to cut that tree into log segments.
Hand saws may work, but they'll also wear you out quicker than they'll get the job done. For more power and efficiency, you should consider a chainsaw. Chainsaws make it easy to cut trees into logs, and they'll leave you with enough energy to finish the job.
However, don't just pick the one that looks tough. Choose a chainsaw that'll do the job you need it to do. Click the link below to visit the Chainsaw Buyer's Guide at ChainSawsDirect.com.