When it comes to lawn maintenance, you can’t go far wrong with investing in a good-quality garden tiller. The function of a garden tiller is to turn hard, compact soil into loose, broken-up dirt that can then be used for planting. Even though there are other ways to do this, using a tiller is by far the easiest and most reliable.
If you have one of these incredible machines, you can create the perfect growing environment for your plants. To accomplish this by hand and get the best results takes a lot of time and effort, so let the tiller do the work for you in a much shorter time!
It’s a good idea to till your soil regularly, to ensure that the soil is getting plenty of air and not compacting into hard layers that plant roots will have a difficult time pushing through. Additionally, tilling your garden can keep your soil moist and keep weeds at bay, which is another great time saver!
You can create the best soil for next spring by tilling in the autumn, and combining this with the mulched leaves and plants collected by a garden vacuum. By mixing the dead plants and leaves into the freshly tilled soil and allowing it to sit for the winter months, it has ample time to break down into great compost for flowers or grass.
Tilling soil ahead of putting down a grass pile is also a sure-fire way to ensure that your grass takes well, and the soil remains healthy underneath the grass. Using the tiller will significantly decrease the amount of time it takes to do this process, which could take hours if trying to cover a whole lawn-sized patch of soil. An electronic tiller also has the power to plough through most soil types of up to 220mm deep and 400mm in width.
You can purchase top quality tillers from us, and rest assured that they’re incredibly safe to use. Our tillers all have an overload protection system that prevents the motor from overheating so that the blades don’t become damaged or loosened under high pressure. Similarly, a power-down button is located near the handle, making it easy for the user to power down quickly. Once you’ve had the tiller out, you’re going to want to fetch your lawnmower and garden trimmer next to get your lawn in good shape too!