20 Chainsaw Sharpening in North Sydney

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Recent Chainsaw Sharpening reviews in North Sydney

"Very easy and pleasant to deal with. Arrived on-time and performed the job perfectly."

Chainsaw tree stumps

$30

"Super friendly and did a great job ! "

Help Remove Fallen Branch $50ph - Chainsaw needed

$100

"Thanks for the work "

Chainsawing fallen beach and palm tree and removal

$200

"Derek did a great job and makes good suggestions when he sees opportunities for a better outcome. Derek likes the satisfaction of a job well done and this suits me fine. I will definitely be asking him for help in future. "

Small Chainsaw job

$35

"Thanks Ben"

Chainsaw small branches - really quick job

$20

"Fantastic job, thanks so much Chris. Highly recommended."

Finish chainsaw job

$35

What's the average cost of a Chainsaw Sharpening specialist in North Sydney

$66 - $190

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$66

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$130

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$190

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Average reviews for Chainsaw Sharpening Services in North Sydney

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4.93

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What do chainsaw sharpening services include?

Chainsaw sharpening services include clamping down the chainsaw, sharpening the cutters, and filing the rakers. On Airtasker, you can find specialists who can even provide the right sharpening materials. Chainsaw sharpening tools include a clamp or vice, round file, and depth gauge.   

Chainsaws tend to get dull over time. If you have to apply extra pressure to cut through trees or wood, then it’s time to get a chainsaw chain sharpening. Sharpening a chainsaw requires precision. This is why we help you find professional chainsaw sharpeners near you - put up the task today to find trusted sharpening services near you. Below is how a standard chainsaw sharpening service is done. 

Clamping the chainsaw bar to the work surface

First, the specialist places the chainsaw bar in a vice or tabletop clamp. This step keeps the saw from shifting during sharpening. Stability will ensure a consistent sharpening process. The specialist may remove the chain if a clamp is not available. But the specialist will need to be extra careful to keep the chainsaw steady while filing it.

Sharpening the cutters

Using a round file with the same diameter as the chainsaw’s teeth, the specialist slides the file across the cutter, sharpening every tooth. Your specialist can provide or source the round file for you. Check the owner’s manual or website to find the size of your saw’s chain. 

Then specify this size in your Airtasker listing. A skilled sharpener will file each cutter the same number of times at a consistent angle. This technique ensures consistent sharpness. With inexperienced hands, you risk throwing off the balance of the chainsaw. 

Filing the rakers

Rakers are the bumps along the chain in between each cutter. The rakers ensure consistent cut depth as the chain spins around the saw. This is why each raker should be filed to the same height.

For good measure, your specialist files down any rakers that sit higher than necessary. The expert places a depth gauge over the chain, then files down any raker that sits higher than the top of the depth gauge. The result is an evenly sharpened chainsaw ready for use. 

Refilling the bar oil reservoir

For finishing touches, the specialist refills the bar oil reservoir in the chainsaw. Aside from bar and chain oil, another known alternative is vegetable oil. Your specialist can recommend the best type of oil to use for your chainsaw. If you need extra help maintaining your home, Airtasker also connects you to tradesman services, assemblers, and plumbers near you. Taskers can do repair services such as lawn mower repair and washing machine repair.

Recent Chainsaw Sharpening tasks in North Sydney

Chainsaw tree stumps to ground level

$100

Lane Cove NSW, Australia

8th May 2020

We would like someone to chainsaw a weed tree stump, and a smaller tree stump to the ground level. (see photos). Also to remove as many old trees roots from the soil so we can add a plant. (See photo)

On time. Great job!

Chainsaw for branch cutting

$100

Castle Cove NSW, Australia

9th Dec 2019

A dead branch fell on my backyard after storm. Need someone to cut the branches into pieces with a chainsaw and put it in the green Council Bin for collection. Photo available.

Excellent work by Hamish. He helped me to cut and remove a large dead branch fell on floor in an very organised way. Thanks!

Chainsaw of tree trunk

$200

Normanhurst NSW, Australia

29th Jul 2019

We have a fallen tree trunk in our front yard approx2.5 metres and approx 500mm thick. We need it cut up and you are welcome to Take the wood or we will keep it. Ideally would like this done by the end of the week

Fantastic job Thankyou! Very nice polite efficient and hardworking. Completely recommend.

Chainsawing fallen beach and palm tree and removal

$200

Mosman, New South Wales, Australia

7th Apr 2019

Several large branches fallen at bottom of steep garden. Need portable chainsaw as no electrical supply.nearby Removal of fallen palm tree to green waste bins

Thanks for the work

Help Remove Fallen Branch $50ph - Chainsaw needed

$100

West Pymble NSW 2073, Australia

9th Dec 2018

ChainSaw needed - $100 minimum (probably 2 hours work). Need to cut up fallen branch and ,move wood about 50M. Also some other tidying up work needed Pymble area this Friday (11:30am) or Saturday 9am

Super friendly and did a great job !

Chainsaw a stump

$90

Wahroonga NSW 2076, Australia

10th Feb 2017

Need someone with a 18 or 20 inch bar chainsaw to cut off to ground level a stump I don't have a photo, job is in Wahroonga Need it done by mid next week please Approx 15-20 mins work

Remove tree root by chainsaw and dispose

$90

Brooklyn, New South Wales, Australia

28th Oct 2016

Remove giant tree root by cutting it up into small pieces with a chainsaw and dispose of the timber please. The tree is dead and has been uprooted. Its currently on its side on a large rock. Accessible by foot but car maybe parked approx 30 meter away. Root is approx 1.5 wide by 1mt high mostly dead and uprooted.

Chainsaw fallen tree into small pieces

$100

Wahroonga NSW 2076, Australia

25th Feb 2020

Small tree came down in the storm. Need to cut into small pieces as well as some other branches and stack next to garage.

Chris was great, got the work done efficiently and tidied up afterwards. Many thanks.

Chainsaw up tree

$150

Willoughby NSW, Australia

26th Nov 2019

Top of tree in backyard fell down in the backyard - need it to be cut up so it can be put in the green bin !

Legend! Came 2 hours after a tree fell down to chop it up! What a great bloke.

Chainsaw a large log

$50

West Pymble NSW, Australia

16th May 2019

Sydney redgum log approx 7 foot long and 2 foot in diameter need chainsawing

Chainsaw old fallen tree branches

$40

North Turramurra NSW 2074, Australia

19th Feb 2019

Handyman who can operate a chainsaw to chop some old fallen tree branches @40 dollars an hour

Chainsaw this branch

$40

St. Ives NSW, Australia

10th Nov 2018

Can someone help today to cut this branch into manageable pieces St Ives location Need to be today

Chainsaw tree stumps

$30

St. Ives, New South Wales, Australia

4th Jan 2017

Hi, Need someone with a chainsaw to cut down about 5 tree stumps (each one has alreqdy been cut down but needs to be cut down to ground level). Will literally take someone 10 mins!

Very easy and pleasant to deal with. Arrived on-time and performed the job perfectly.

Tree chainsawing

$100

Turramurra NSW 2074, Australia

17th Sep 2020

Have a 2 metre tree that needs chainsawing and then recutting into smaller pieces for disposal.helper available

Prompt and professional..awesome!!

Need someone with a big chainsaw and a deft hand

$100

Mosman NSW, Australia

28th Dec 2019

Short story: come over and make half a dozen cuts Long story: My wife and I carved our initials into a huge gum tree a few years ago, but the November storm destroyed the tree and it had to be removed. All that's left is a big chunk - maybe 100 cm tall and 70 cm in diameter. I'd like to end up with the a square about 50 cm x 50 cm, and a couple of inches thick. The rest just needs to be sliced into manageable pieces.

Thank you! Good job

Cut out a stump with chainsaw

$140

Northbridge NSW, Australia

17th Aug 2019

See photo - shoe for scale. Needs to be cut off below ground level. I'll dig out the soil around it.

Thanks heaps!

Chainsaw a small tree stump

$30

Naremburn, New South Wales, Australia

28th Apr 2019

Hi, we have a small tree stump in our garden. Tried to use the handsaw with no luck. Looking for someone with a chainsaw to assist.

Finish chainsaw job

$35

Hornsby, New South Wales, Australia

2nd Jan 2019

My chain saw died, I just need this small stump cut off close to the ground as practical and the branches cut down into manageable size pieces ( abt 500mm long). Whole job shouldn’t take anymore than 15mins.

Fantastic job, thanks so much Chris. Highly recommended.

Chainsaw small branches - really quick job

$20

Naremburn NSW 2065, Australia

11th Oct 2018

about 10 - 15 mins work doing a bit of chainsaw work on small branches / dead (small) tree / lemon tree - a bit too big / too many for handsaw but really quick with chainsaw

Thanks Ben

Chainsaw to cut a small log - 10min job $30

$30

Chatswood, New South Wales, Australia

31st Dec 2016

I need a small log cut into a stool. So a someone with a chainsaw would be ideal.