Types of DeWalt Landscaping Equipment
Power tools can take a lot of the backbreaking toil out of gardening. Choose wisely, and you’ll be able to clear leaves, clip hedges and shrubs, and trim wayward weeds to tidy up your garden far more quickly and easily than using manual equipment.
Battery-driven tools have the advantage of being simple to operate, with no petrol to worry about, no fumes to breathe in, and no need to oil the motor. DeWalt’s landscaping tools include:
Leaf blowers are versatile tools that aren’t just for tackling leaves. You can also use them to shift grass cuttings, bits of bark, twigs and other small pieces of garden detritus. They are handy for removing dust and dirt from nooks and crannies in your shed, garage, greenhouse or car boot too.
Blowers can also rid of debris from loose surfaces which could be disturbed by raking. These include graveled paths and driveways, and flower beds containing bark, mulch or decorative pebbles.
String trimmers, or strimmers for short, are handy for a variety of garden tasks. These include cutting tall weeds, long grass and rough vegetation that are too much for a lawnmower to tackle.
They are especially useful for dealing with grass growing in awkward places where a lawnmower can’t reach, such as around trees and shrubs, and up against kerbs, walls and fences. Strimmers are also ideal for edging lawns, as well as cutting grass on steep slopes where it would be too dangerous to take a lawnmower.
Hedge trimmers (also known as bush trimmers or shrub trimmers) are a common gardening tool used in landscaping and gardening services. There are traditional manual versions of hedge trimmers which are called loppers; however, technology has developed to create electric hedge trimmers.
The typical uses for hedge trimmers are trimming, cutting and pruning of bushes, trees and shrubbery. DeWalt hedge trimmers are known for their high-quality build, consistent performance and power efficiency.