We heat our Michigan 1900 sq. ft. home with fire wood burnt in a England 28-3500 add on wood furnace.
Bought my first chain saw in 1975 a Husky 162SE with a 16 inch bar and chain. Great saw I still use some today. Decided I needed a second saw so bought another Huskvarna a model 55 which is also a good saw but had issues with fine saw dust some how plugging the carb. The good Husky dealer also retired and sold the bussiness and the new owner was a total Jerk. Bought a Jonsered 2159 to replace the 55. Great saw but had a Cat muffler and I had to wear a Ove Glove to run it till I bought a aftermarket muffler for it.
Wanted a small limbing saw 40cc's or less so started shopping. So many that size had only a single nut holding the bar on, many had a wrench less chain tightner which earns a lot of bad reviews.
I bought a Echo CS 400, 40cc saw 5 year home owner warranty, a great dealer who unboxed the saw assembled it and ran it adjusting the carb for our area.
Today when I go to the woods I carry 4 saws. The Johnsered, a Husky Rancher 455, my Echo CS400 and a Polan 2150 that had been my father in laws, I found to be a great one handed limbing saw.
Today if I were to buy a new chain saw it would be a ECHO brand with the 5 year home owner warranty and the great dealer.
They have from small top handle saw all the way up to 80.7 cc's at decent prices.