Pruning pole buying guide
Jeremy, construction site supervisor, Cardiff118 guides
Designed to cut high branches, the pruning pole is an actual branch cutter on an extendable pole. With either bypass or anvil blades, pruning poles can be pivoted for more maneuverability! For hard or soft wood, this will do!
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Why should I get a pruning pole?
If you are not a fan of heights and have tall trees to cut, make sure you have a pruning pole!
What types of blades can be used on a pruning pole?
Bypass blades or cutting blades
Specific to soft or dry wood and small plants, these blades produce a sharp, clean cut without damaging the plant fibers. They feature a pair of shard curved blades.
They are designed to cut and trim dead or hard wood. Composed of a single thin, sharp blade and another larger blade with a wide groove (used in combination together), these blades are not recommended for use on green or soft wood because they tend to crush the fibers instead of cutting them.
Maintenance and Top Tips
Jeremy, construction site supervisor, Cardiff 118 guides écrits
Electrician by trade, I first worked in industrial estates where I installed, wired and fixed a large number of electrical installations. After this, I managed a team of electricians for this type of work. 10 years or so ago, I turned to building and construction. From the modest family home, to gyms and theatres; I have been able to coordinate, audit and organise all sorts of construction sites.
for 4 years now, I am restaoring and bulding an extrension to a bungalow in the heart of the welsh countyside. My experience in manual work and my knowledge means I am proud to be of service. Terraces, interior design, roofing, plumbing, electricty, anything goes! We have, my wife, daughter and I, built almost everything we have from scratch! So to answer all of your questions, and to orientate and advise you on coosing your tools? Easy!