Lawn Care Tools for New Homeowners

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Lawn Care Tools for New Homeowners

Owning a home has so many benefits, from the stability it offers, to the financial benefits such as building equity and acting as an investment. Of course, this also means that you no longer have a landlord or property manager taking care of the smaller details such as home maintenance and landscaping care. To tackle these jobs yourself, you’re going to need a few tools of the trade. Whether you want to purchase or rent these tools for your home, they are essential for taking care of your landscaping needs for your new home.

​​Lawn Mower

Whether you want to invest in a rideable mower or a simple push mower, this is certainly a must have for any lawn. Keeping your grass at a reasonable length is the first rule of ensuring your property looks clean and taken care of. 

Weed Wacker

For those spots you just can’t reach with a lawn mower, and for certain weeds and plants that can be tough on the blade of a lawn mower. A weed wacker is a simple enough tool that you can get in either electric or gas powered varieties. These are great for trimming around tree trunks, along a driveway or even right up against your home.

Leaf Rake

When fall comes around, nothing beats a sturdy leaf rake for collecting leaves. Of course, if you’re looking to up the efficiency of your fall cleanup and take some of the hard work out of the process, an electric or gas blower is a great option as well.

Wheeled Spreader

Spreaders are easy to use, relatively inexpensive and  usually don’t take up too much space. These are great to have if you’re looking to make your grass a little thicker with some extra grass seed, or spread some fertilizer throughout your garden and make your flowers pop!

Snow Shovel

Here in New England, you simply cannot go without a trusty snow shovel. As they say, when it rains, it pours, or rather, when it snows, it blizzards. Make sure to pick up some salt to melt the ice off your stairs for good measure as well.

Gardening Hose

For the summer time, you’ll definitely want a decent length hose for watering your lawn and garden. You might also want to pick up a spray nozzle, or an automatic sprinkler to attach at the end.

Contact Tri-Rent-All

We’ve got all the tools you’re looking for and more. Whether you are fixing up around the house, or getting tools for your next industrial project, we’ve got you covered. Give us a call at 603-431-1109 or contact us here for more information.


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