Having a sharp chain on a chainsaw makes it safer to use, saves effort when you’re cutting and reduces wear and tear. Sharpening the chain doesn’t take long, and you’ll certainly notice the difference when you next use your chainsaw.
While you can sharpen chainsaw chains yourself, Valley Rural offer a quick and quality sharpening service so you don't have to do it yourself.
You should get us to take a look at your chain when you start to notice:
Teeth become broken or unevenly worn
You notice issues with chain tension
Smoke when cutting
Sawdust, instead of coarse chips are left behind
Chainsaw feels unbalanced, cuts unevenly, or rattles