Edger TypesEquipment Used
There are several types of edging tools from electric and gas powered to push and string lawn edgers. Electric and gas is a more economical way to cut trenches along the driveway or sidewalks. From flower beds, trees, lampposts and mailboxes, edgers are perfect for a good looking landscape. For more sensitive grounds, we sometimes use a nylon line monofilament to make sure we do not harm the surrounding environment.
Push and string edgers are sometimes used with wide rubber wheels with blades that are easily adjusted to fit any size of lawn. It all depends on the size of the lawn and the plushness of the grass that will make us switch up equipment to better the needs of the exterior. We have all types of edgers on our trucks to ensure the job is with its correct tools.
Landscapes have many types of edges from spade cut, strip (rubber, metal or plastic), masonry (cement, stone or brick) to even wood edging (cedar, bender boards or types of timbers). Having the right equipment to challenge each exterior is important to the longevity of the material a client has and will guarantee long term business with us.