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Tree felling is the process of cutting down individual trees and is a popular logging process. Tree felling is completed with two different methods. These methods involve hand felling, which uses different tools such as an axe, saw, or chainsaw. Another method includes limbing and bucking. Limbing is the process of cutting down branches from a felled tree while bucking involves cutting the delimbed tree into logs.
This process requires the assistance of experts. Tree felling contractors follow precise measurements and methods in order to perform the task well. The process starts by cutting a notch on the side of the tree that faces the direction the contractor wants it to fall. The first cut should be downward at an angle of approximately 70°. The cutting has to stop when it reaches ¼ to ⅓ of the trunk’s diameter.
The bottom cut or the second cut should be upward with an approximate 20° angle. Tree felling contractors stop when the cut reaches the endpoint of the previous cut. Once done, the next step requires creating a back cut which is made on the opposite side of the note. It is recommended for tree felling contractors to make sure that the back cut does not cut all the way through or the tree could start falling in an undesirable direction.
Tree felling is a risky process which requires professional assessment. While there are many tree felling companies to choose from, it’s still recommended to hire the best contractor for this type of task. Try looking at iSeekplant’s list of tree felling contractors in Innisfail and find the best contractors near you.
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