Tree-pruning saws have curved blades that conform to a branch's shape to cut over a larger area. This increases cutting speed and reduces the effort that you need to expend to get results compared to a straight-bladed tool like pruning shears. Pruning saws are ideal for thicker, more inaccessible branches that you can't reach with quicker cutting and pruning tools, such as loppers.
The two basic models are pole saws and folding pruning saws. Saws that fold, protect you as you climb the tree by keeping the blade covered in case of falls or slips. For extra safety, you can use a pole pruning saw, which allows you to cut from the ground. Make sure that no matter where you're cutting you wear protective gear, are aware of any hazards, such as power lines, and get training on proper saw use and cutting safety.
Grab a saw with an ergonomic grip to reduce wrist strain and fatigue as you cut. Some blades have hooked ends to keep you from pulling back too far and losing your branch. Replacement blades let you swap in a new blade if the one you're using breaks, and they allow you to finish the job without a disruption to your productivity.
Pruning saws are simple to use and help you get the look that you want for your yard. These landscaping tools often include exceptional warranty coverage to ensure that you get years of performance from them. Take a look at our selection, check out the various saws' features and pick the best pruning saw for your home or landscaping business.
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