- Begin by making sure you have enough space for the tree to fall and not damage any surrounding structures.
- Also confirm that you will be able to safely get out of the way when the tree ultimately falls.
- Clear the area under the pine tree, using pruning spears in order to cut any brushes, plants, or other vegetation.
- Always wear heavy-duty gloves when using these pruning spears.
- Make the first cut to the tree with a chain saw.
- This cut needs to face where the tree will fall.
- The cut should be made about waist high of the cutter, horizontal, and one-third deep into the pine tree.
- Make sure you are wearing your heavy-duty gloves, ear protection, and face shield at this time.
- Make your second cut to the pine tree.
- This cut will be above the first cut and will also face where the tree will fall.
- Make the second cut at a 45-degree angle where the tip of the cut ultimately meets the first cut.
- These cuts should form a triangular wedge on the tree.
- Go to the opposite side of the tree where you made the triangular wedge cut in order to make the final cut.
- The final cut will also be horizontal and should be two to three inches above the first cut made to the tree.
- The tree will now begin to fall as the final cut reaches the triangular wedge on the pine tree.
- Turn off the chainsaw and quickly move a safe distance away as the tree falls.
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