Category: Building Your Log Splitting Business

15 Tips to Start a Business Selling Firewood by Next Weekend

These 15 actionable tips will get you going with your own firewood business by next weekend!

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Adding a Chainsaw To Your Wood Cutting Mix

When it comes to making sure you have the proper tools needed to cut wood, more and more wood cutters are looking to add chainsaws to the mix. Whether it's for cutting support or taking care of the larger pieces, a chainsaw can prove valuable for a range of buyers - from homeowners, to professionals, to landscapers.

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Getting Every Dollar Out of Every Tree

In order to get the most value out of your operation, it’s crucial that you do your best to get every dollar possible out of every tree. When deciding how much to charge for your firewood, be sure to charge enough to cover your costs, but not so much to send your customers to other suppliers or heading for their thermostats and doing without a few good winter fires.

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Gas Consumption: Get the Most Bang for Your Buck

There’s a lot to think about when it comes to operating heavy equipment. There are also plenty of considerations when it comes to running a successful business. Among safety and productivity, fuel economy tops both lists. That’s why more and more engineers are looking to develop smart machines - aware of the operator’s workload and with fuel efficiency a top priority.

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Romer Brothers Tree: What Split Second Means For Business

On top of dependable performance, the value of the Split Second for Rojo and his team comes in expanding a highly seasonal business. When asked how it would change the way they do business at all, Rojo simply replied, “I think it will change our production numbers. Like I said, this winter it was so cold out, it’s impossible to run that processor when it’s 0 out. Technically a person can’t stand out their for more than 15 minutes.”

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