Hand felling

In hand felling, one would fell a tree by means of using an axe, saw, or a chainsaw.
This is followed by limbing, bucking (in traditional applications).
In today's commercial logging society, however, felling is typically followed by limbing and skidding.

hand tools don't run on gasoline, electricity or wishful thinking.


They're hand-powered.

Your hands.


That's why hand tools have the features professional and discriminating homeowners demand the most.

Tools are sized to the user's hands and have features like comfort grips and ergonomic handles; carbon steel blades that can be re-sharpened and replaced; lightweight materials that increase portability without sacrificing durability.

Making sure every single component has a purpose, so your hard work, works harder.

Whether you use your hands for delicate hedge sculpting or heavy-duty log splitting.

You'll trim with confidence

Grinding of stump
Grinding of very large bluegum stump