Performance can sag and become depressing after continued use with blunt tools, especially to the trained craftsman who will depend on their tools to create a product. If you are part of an institution/school that holds a dozen tools then give me a call and I will sharpen to new again. Find my prices here.
Many times I have used excessive force pushing my chainsaw through logs, this goes against all the principles of using a chainsaw. This should be an enjoyable experience and to finish off a sharp axe to chip them to size. Plan to get your chain sharpened in plenty of time before you intend to use it.
The importance of sharp tools to a tradesman is paramount to be able to do their job safely and produce a finished product. I sharpen your irons and tools back to new using traditional methods, with the ability to repair and remove nicks to give a consistent straight edge.
I can sharpen carbide-tipped and CV (chrome-vanadium) saw blades featuring a diameter of 80 – 700 mm. See my price list for more info which will be a quarter of the cost to replace a new one.
Please inspect your blades for missing tips and chip damage before you give them to me, as I have the right to refuse sharpening if damaged. I will not be responsibility for subsequent use.