The Homelite Chain Saw


The homelite chain saw comes from a company founded in 1921 by Charles H. Ferguson, in Port Chester New York. In an attempt to invent a small lightweight, gasoline-driven generator, the Home Electric Lighting Company was born, later to become Homelite.

In 1949 the first electric homelite chain saw was introduced to the world. The first lightweight chain saw, weighing a mere twelve pounds, the homelite XL12, came along in 1963. And in 1978 Homelite produced and shipped over a million chain saws in twelve months.

Homelite chain saws, string trimmers, blowers, hedge trimmers, and a full line of handheld outdoor power equipment are among the products now found in the Homelite line. Homelite has definitely come a long way in the past eighty-five years.

If you are lucky enough to purchase a homelite chain saw please read the homelite chain saw manual, These instructions are provided for your safety. Of course most tips are common sense, however some you may consider off the top of your head, and a reminder never hurts. Remember to have a safety first attitude when operating any electric tool.

The brand Homelite is synonymous with reliability; thus the need for a homelite chain saw part is a rarity. However, if you do find yourself in need of a part for your chain saw or any part for that matter, you can find them at your local service dealer. You can also call Homelite or visit them online to help solve any of your homelite dilemmas.






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Mike Yeager Publisher http://www.my-chainsaw-4me.com/

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