GUEST ARTICLE: A trio of tools and machinery you need for renovating your garden

  • 30 Jul 2018

This guest article focuses on the use of machinery and tools in garden renovation and the benefits of tool rental.

When renovating your garden, there are several tools you need to use. To do everything solely by hand costs time when compared to doing it via machinery and tools.

You don’t have to buy and own these tools to use them – have you heard about tool rental? Nowadays, it is possible to hire tools from specialised companies. You don’t have to ask your friends and family to help you anymore!

1. Turf cutter

Often, the first step of renovating your garden is to dig out the grass. You can do this with a shovel, but it will cost you time and valuable manpower.

An ideal tool to do this quickly and precisely is the turf cutter. A huge benefit of this is can sell the grass afterwards, as you can roll up the grass in long and wide pieces of equal length. You can also put the grass back in your garden in a different shape.

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2. Mini digger

Mini digger hire will guarantee that you have dug out all the plants from your garden in no time.

A mini digger is also very easy to use, as you do not require a certificate and such to drive it.

A mini digger is, in essence, a mini excavator; but often, mini digger is taken in the vernacular. A mini digger is smaller than other similar equipment and they are often used for smaller projects.

Also, a big benefit is that it brings a lot of power to such a small space.

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3. Dumper

When you have dug out your garden, it is convenient to clear away the plants and grass immediately. 

This can be done with a dumper, which is designed for carrying bulk material.

A dumper can be recognised by the open four wheels and the load skip on the frontside of the driver.

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