Fall is here, and chances are that you have a long list of fall landscaping tasks to address. With so much to do, it can be hard to see yourself getting through the entire list. However, with the right tools, you can get every job done without a lot of hassle and stress. Check out this list of the tools you need to make fall maintenance easy this year.
Fall Maintenance Tools
1. Chain Saw & Pull Saw
Make quick work of cutting dead limbs or cutting firewood with a chainsaw. You have many options when it comes to choosing a saw. Gas saws are powerful enough to tackle just about any size job, but they can be heavy and a bit difficult to maneuver if you don't have the experience. While not as powerful as gas saws, battery operated and cordless saws can still do an excellent job for some of the smaller tasks around your yard. Not only that, but they are also lighter and easier to operate than gas saws. For jobs that don't require the muscle of a saw, such as cutting smaller limbs, a pull saw is an invaluable tool.
2. Leaf Blower & Shovel
When the leaves start falling, a leaf blower and shovel can save you time and the strain on your back from raking. Use your snowblower to blow the leaves into one area of the yard. From there you can shovel them into bags for quick disposal.
3. Screwdriver & Hammer
Both of these handy tools are ideal for just about any project around the house year-round. Use them in the fall to make repairs to on fencing that has become loose or is drooping. You can also use it to repair windows and exterior doors.
Fall landscaping and maintenance can be quick and easy when you invest in the right tools. If you need help picking out tools for your fall maintenance, let the experts at Centereach True Value Hardware. Their knowledgeable staff can help you with everything from blade sharpening to power tool repair. Give them a call at (631) 732-2220 to learn about amazing products such as the Stihl® backpack blower. You can also learn more about their services on their website.