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Tree Removal in Newton, Ma with Tree Spikes Cullins Service

Tree Removal in Newton, Ma with Tree Spikes Cullins Service

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Cullins Service Tree Removal Equipment

Cullins Service Tree Removal Equipment

Cullins Service Tree Removal in Newton, Ma breaking in Buckingham Tree Spikes

Cullins Service tree removal Service –

will remove your trees. Just call us at 1-(617)-446-1382 or fill out Cullins Service online form. Cullins Service will come right over and give you a free tree removal or tree trimming estimate. Then we will schedule a time to remove your tree that is most convenient for you.

 

For this tree removal I will be breaking in my new titanium tree spikes from Buckingham –

I’m trying them out on a double pine that is too close to the sidewalk and has branches growing into cable lines. Of coarse I have on my Teufelberger

Cullins Service Tree Removal Climbing

Cullins Service Tree Removal Climbing

TreeMotion climbing Harness w/ lanyard Buckingham Rope Grab Length Adjustment Device. I was using a Buckingham saddle, but it didn’t feel that secure or comfortable. The treemotion harness fits nice and it gives me more maneuverability when I’m climbing around in a tree. I decided to use my Echo CS330T tree saw over my stihl MS 193T tree saw. I like both the saws, but the Echo is generally my go to saw. I just got a new Echo CS 355T top handle tree saw w/ a 16 in bar, and I can’t wait to try it out. I will be breaking in my Echo CS 355T Chainsaw soon. This was a fun climb, and the spikes were great. It was a easy removal which was nice so I could get used to the tree spikes. Everything went great the tree came down safely even though I was right next to some cable lines.

Cullins Service Tree Removal Newton View from the top

Cullins Service Tree Removal Newton View from the top

We were rained out the first day up, but were able to finish the job the next day. Life is pretty good when yo can enjoy your work and having the right equipment makes it even better. Hope you enjoy our video and work.

 

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Cullins Service Tree trimming Allston

Tree trimming Allston Cullins Service

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Cullins Service the Tree trim Dangerous braches
Cullins Service the Tree trim Dangerous branches
   Cullins Service Tree trimming in Allston

Cullins Service got a call to remove some dangerously close branches to a roof in Allston. A job like this with the branches so close to the house is tricky,  but Cullins Service was up for it. We got the job done w/ the right tools and the help of some carefully placed ropes to keep the branches away from the house and lower them down safely. We like a challenge and this was no exception.

Cullins Service Tree Trimming lowering branches

Cullins Service Tree Trimming lowering branches

We got to use our new echo pole saw attachment to our PAS-266 w/ 2 3 foot extensions. She worked great. The PAS has proven to be an invaluable tool in our arsenal. We also got to use some of our climbing gear. Some ropes, harness and various other cool things. And of course we used the Echo CS 330T chainsaw.

We took down 4 main branches and a few secondary branches. Got them safely away from the roof and cleaned it up a bit. The job was finished without a hitch and everyone involved was happy at completion including the roof.

Cullins Service Tree Trimming Finished product

Cullins Service Tree Trimming Finished product

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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How to Sharpen a Chainsaw Check Depth Gauge DIY Echo CS 330T Cullins Service

How to Sharpen a Chainsaw Check Depth Gauge DIY Echo CS 330T Cullins Service

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Getting ready to sharpen and clean the chainsaw by Cullins Service

Getting ready to sharpen and clean the chainsaw by Cullins Service

  How to Sharpen a Chainsaw Check Depth Gauge DIY Echo CS 330T Cullins Service

We at Cullins Service believes that if you take care of your equipment that it will take care of you. Same thing   w/ customers and well pretty much everything else in your life. So if you get anything out of this entry take those words of wisdom and apply them to your life. Anyway lets now apply them to your chainsaw.

This chainsaw is a Echo CS 330T. It’s a top-handled 14 inch climbing saw. She has been very good to us, and there is nothing more I like to do than keep her in good shape. This time it’s cleaning her up, checking er over for worn or broke parts, sharpening the chain, and checking the depth gauge. I’m performing these tasks on a Echo CS 330T, but the same principles apply to most chainsaws in general.

Cullins Service sharpening chain w/ hand file

Cullins Service sharpening chain w/ hand file

In this DIY How to sharpen a Chansaw I will show you how to disassemble your chainsaw to clean her out. I don’t go into detail about it, maybe in another video. I will show you two ways to sharpen your chainsaw. How to do it w/ round hand files and w/ an Electric sharpener. I know there are more, but these are my two methods.

What You will need

    • -Chainsaw
    • -A pair of gloves
    • -A round file. (Sized to match the pitch of the chain.)
      • -For both 1/4 and 3/8 inch low-profile chains, use a 5/32 inch file.
      • -For a 0.325 inch chain, use a 3/16 inch file.
      • -For both 3/8 and 0.404 inch chains, use a 7/32 inch file.
    • -A 6 inch flat file
    • -A file guide (Helps hold the file at the correct height and orientation)
    • -A depth-gauge
    • -A Vise or A stump vise

or

    • -Flathead Screwdriver
    • -Socket & Socket wrench or The proper Scrench Tool

-Electric Chain Saw Sharpener

Cullins Service Electric Chainsaw Sharpener

Cullins Service Electric Chainsaw Sharpener

Here is the basic outline.

Safety First
-Remove Air Filter Housing
-Remove Spark Plug Cap

Get your Information
-What saw do you Have
-Get Correct File

Put Chainsaw in Vise
Get File Ready
Sharpen the Chain
Electric Chainsaw Sharpener
Remove Chainsaw Chain
-Loosen and Remove Nuts
-Release the Chain Tension
-Release Brake
-Remove the Clutch Cover
-Remove the Chain
-Remove the Bar

Clean Chainsaw

Insert the Chain into Electric chainsaw Sharpener
Adjust Chain
Mark Cutter
Start Sharpening
Reinstall Chain and Reassemble

Cullins Service Checking the depth gauge

Cullins Service Checking the depth gauge


Check Depth Gauge
-Depth Gauge Tool
-6 Inch Flat File
-File Rake

The details are here

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