Chain Saws comes under the power tool category and basically, the chainsaw is selected depending on the type of work. If you are interested in buying an electric chainsaw ask the expert exactly what saw work you require and how frequently you will use a chainsaw as you may either buy a too powerful or too ineffective chainsaw. There are two types of Chain Saws: gasoline-powered and electric. For those who intend to use Chain Saws on regular basis gasoline-powered chainsaw is best suited for them. If you live in a residential area where noise is an issue or if you wish to undertake work in an enclosed space, electric chainsaw are a more practical option. Electric chain saws are low-noise and - unlike petrol chain saws - emission free. For light duty work around the yard and garden a number of inexpensive electric chain saw models are available. Larger sized 16" electric chain saws are also available and offers a range of premium quality electric chain saws with high quality electric motors, guide bars between 12-16" in size and additional features such as Chain Quick Tensioning. The advantage of using an electric saw is they are lighter in weight and safer to use, takes much less maintenance and are cheaper in price, supplied with 100 foot power chord and perfect for lightweight-work.
You can contact at:
STIHL Incorporated, P.O. Box 2015
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23450-2015