Another awesome book to read dealing with our one and only, trees. If you decide you are going with the do it yourself method of tree trimming or shrubs you are going to need to know everything about chainsaws. Unless of course your doing a 1900's work off the sweat of your back hand saw. Then you can expect to work much longer and harder to get the same job done. So, In order to give you some advice on this matter i would like to recommend you to another good book Title:Homeowner's Complete Guide to the Chainsaw Author:Brian J Ruth, and Jen W Ruth
Just to give you an idea of this book here is a few words right out of the book. "If you share your property with trees and large shrubs, you probably own a chainsaw-or are thinking of buying one.From cleaning up after a storm, to trimming out-of-control hedges, chainsaws can make quick work of a multitude of landscaping jobs. But, as helpful and powerful as chainsaws can be, they are also extremely dangerous. You need to know how to safely and confidently use one-and Homeowner's Complete Guide to the Chainsaw will show you how.
With hundreds of photographs, illustrations, and step-by-step instructions in plain language, chainsaw experts Brian and Jen Ruth explain in detail everything you need to know to safely operate your chainsaw. In addition to covering essential projects, you will get professional advice and real solutions for:
Safely operating your chainsaw
Purchasing a chainsaw that is right for you
Required protective equipment and gear
Keeping your chainsaw sharp and running smoothly
When to call in a pro"
As you can see this book would be very helpful to anyone that would like to remove a limb, brushpile, or a number of other things. Then when your done doing all the cutting your heart desires with the trees you can relax on the river front in New Albany or hop on over to Jeffersonville and do the 1.5 mile tree walk.