All Star Rents carries several items to help you complete your tree work projects. Most are simple and easy to use and will save you time and money. Safety is Job #1 when it comes to tree work. Whether you are operating equipment designed to cut limbs or grind stumps or getting yourself up on a ladder to get the job done – keep your safety and the safety of those around you as your priority.
Felling a Tree...
Actually a pretty safe and easy project depending on the size and location of the tree. When in doubt – call a professional. But with a little forethought and planning you can cut down a tree in your yard and turn it into firewood and mulch or just remove it from your property.
Check out this excerpt from the Stihl Chain Saw Safety Manual on Felling a Tree. Click here for the entire contents of the Chain Saw Safety Manual.
Visit http://stihldealer.net/videolibrary/ for safety and how to videos about chain saw safety (NOTE: Link opens in a new browser window).
Here is another video on felling a tree:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EFTOlmCijjs(NOTE: Link opens in a new browser window).
Brush chippers are an easy (and “green”) way to convert limbs to useable mulch. At All Star Rents we carry at most locations a Brush Bandit 6” chipper. These are towable units designed to chip branches up to 6” in diameter. We also carry one designed for up to 9” branches that travels from store to store as needed.
Click here to see it in action at banditchippers.com...
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An excellent way to remove the stump that remains from cutting down your tree. We carry a fully hydraulic model for larger stumps as well as the smaller unit for smaller stumps.
See it in action: Large Grinder:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1L28TZPx1BY&feature=related(NOTE: Link opens in a new browser window).
Rental Information & Instructions
Click below to access the available rental options for your nearest location in our equipment catalog. You can find equipment instruction sheets under each product's detailed listing or click HERE for an alphabetical listing of all instruction sheets.