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Its mid September and about a month from now the leaves will be in their peak colors and slowly starting to fall. Then all of the sudden, slowly starting to fall turns into a flash flood of orange, reds, and yellows blanketing your entire yard. If your anything like me raking leaves is the last thing you want to be doing after work or on the weekend when your just trying to relax. The good news is you don't have to rake your whole yard the traditional way like back in the day when you were a kid.
Buying the right saw to fit your cutting needs really isn't that hard if you have any slight bit of experience with a chainsaw, but if your new to the game you probably have no clue where to start. Determining the right size for what you are typically going to be cutting is a big deal. You don't want to go too small and not have enough saw to get the job done but you also don't want to go too big and muscle around more saw than you need. When looking at chainsaws the size and guide bar length directly determines the type of jobs you can do with that particular saw. So basically, the chainsaw size will determine the largest object it can cut in a single pass.
We get a lot of tree service companies that stop into our shop every week who all use Husqvarna Chainsaws for their legendary performance and reliability. These companies typically run the larger perfesional sized saws. The professional line is ideal for them because they are some of the most powerful and robust saws on the market, which is needed for the variety of trees they deal with on a day to day basis. But on the opposite end of the spectrum, Husqvarna also offers more casual use, all-round chainsaws. These chainsaws are built more for homeowners who accasonally do some light cutting and dont need all the power they can get. If this sounds like you and you tend to do some cutting from time to time, I would recommend a Husqvarna chainsaw.
Fall is the beginning of the year for a lot of people here in Michigan. It brings on the start of hunting season, college football, and cooler temps. But it also means that fall chores and hard work is not too far behind. Yeah, sure the leaves are a pretty sight with all the pastel colors, but they are also a never ending pain to clean up. And once they finally stop falling and you have them all picked up, here comes the ice and snow. This year don't break your back over all of the hard work that fall brings. Let a Husqvarna make things little easier for you.