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Log Splitters Direct is Your Online Log Splitter Superstore.
Log Splitters Direct is Your Online Log Splitter Superstore.

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As winter comes to a close, it's good to keep in mind that your log splitter may need a little TLC.

We've got some helpful tips for hydraulic log splitter maintenance here, and we encourage you to check it out.

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Log splitting is a tough task when you don't have the right tools. However, even if you have a top-notch log splitter, you can still double your efficiency with a 4-way wedge. Find out more at our 4-way log splitter wedge article.

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Stop the spread of invasive insects and diseases in our nation's forests. Only use firewood that's local; and when you travel, leave your wood at home.

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What are you burning?

Discover what wood burns longer, what wood burns faster, what wood gives off a nicer aroma, and more.

Choose your wood more wisely when selecting the perfect burn for your fireplace.

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Full cord? Face Cord? What's the difference? Discover the meaning of a full cord, and how to properly stack your cords of wood for seasoning and storage.

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Do you need a log splitter, but don't know what style of splitter to choose? There are many different ways to split a log, and knowing which style will best suit you can really narrow down the search.

We've got a guide here at Log Splitters Direct that will help walk you through the process of choosing which log splitter style's right for you. #homesteading #firewood

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Large logs can be a pain to split up, but they don't have to be.

Find out how to more easily split large logs into firewood with this helpful guide.

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Are you storing your firewood properly?

Improper firewood storage can result in poor burn quality and pest infestation. Learn how to properly store your firewood so it stays dry and pest free until you need it.

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For those who may have just received their first log splitter for Christmas, those who are new to using log splitters, and those who'd just like a refresher course on safety, we'd like to share our Log Splitter Safety guide.

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