Article published May 06,; Last Edited April 16,
Second floor. Montréal, QC H1J 2E9. You need a tree-felling permit in order to: Cut down a tree whose trunk is 10 cm in diameter or more, measured m from the ground, or more than 15 cm in diameter, measured 15 cm from the ground. Raise the ground level more than 20 cm beneath the branches of a tree.
Wherever these sights are pointing when cutting the notch should indicate the direction the tree should start to fall. (NOTE: many factors dictate where a tree will fall and an aimed notch does not guarantee the tree will fall in that direction.) Line up your felling sights. Step 3. Make the top cut first, and then the bottom cut of the notch. Trapped or Pinned - Rule - Testimonial Terry from the City of Winnipeg shares his experience of being pinned by a tree as it fell to the ground.
Like a high-lift jack, the TimberTool cranks up to tons/inch pressure against the tree. This power helps: Push the tree in the fall-line you’ve chosen.
Prune the trunk.
Force the felling cut open so the tree can’t settle and bind your chainsaw bar. Reduce the need for time-consuming wedging and cabling. Ruggedly built of high-grade, close-tolerance steel, the TimberTool is also equipped with sharp teeth to bite strong in.