A good question for those of you who have been struggling for far too long and for a number of reasons, all understandable. Let’s look at those. In doing that, it should be sufficient enough to convince you this time to go ahead and buy or rent an electric log splitter or a gas alternative. Why two options then? This will be discussed after looking at those good reasons for going ahead and having a look at online catalogues to make your choice of first electric or gas log splitter.
Out your way it can get bitterly cold in winter. The snow that falls during the coldest and darkest nights is a lot thicker than the smog of some of the world’s dirtiest cities. You should still be lucky that you have snow. It does look quite beautiful sometimes, doesn’t it? Anyway, shoveling snow out of your driveway and garden path is pretty stiff backbreaking work. So too, splitting thick wood logs. Not only that, in some parts of the country, the call has been made to be more conservative with your use of wood.
Many of you that are reading this have jobs to go to in the morning. Its dark by the time you get home at night and it’s not easy to keep outside lamps burning while you struggle with the chopping of your wood. Also, some of you are getting on in years and your bodies are no longer up to the job. The use of an electrically powered log splitter spares your back and saves you time. The use of the gas log splitter is now a very good idea for those of you in areas where the call has been made to conserve as much power as possible.