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Lawn Equipment Rental

 Please call for rental rates and availability 508-821-3704 ext. 0.


 

Aerator - This is an easy to use, self-propelled lawn aerator. By aerating your lawn you provide the following benefits to your lawn and its root system: Oxygen gets to the roots and the soil allowing it to "breathe", organic fertilizers and nutrients get access to the root system, water is able to better soak the soil and reach the root system, it helps to break up thatch, and tight, compacted soil is loosened up allowing the root system to grow. 


 

Dethatcher - Thatch is decomposing debris that lays on the surface of the soil below the grass line and for the most part - out of sight. The accumulation of thatch can prevent you lawn from growing to its full lush potential. Dethatching essentially combs out the layer of thatch so it can be removed from the lawn. Our dethatching machine tears away the thatch layer and brings the organic matter to the surface so it can be hand-raked off the lawn.


 

Rototiller - Our rear tine tiller is ideal for homeowners preparing large flowerbeds and vegetable gardens. Its counter-rotating tines allow deep soil penetration for better bed preparation. Forward and reverse gears for improved maneuverability. Can be used for loosening sod in lawns prior to enlarging an existing garden or creating a new one. Rototillers are an invaluable method of turning soil under quickly. They eliminate the need for spade digging, or hoeing, and are useful in keeping pathways between rows of plants clear during the growing season.

 


 

Slice Seeder - You want the turf you care for to be healthier, greener, and more drought-resistant. You’ll achieve that goal with an overseeder. Overseeding also reduces the amount of fertilizer, water, and pesticides required to maintain a healthy turf. There are two major benefits to overseeding. First, you ensure your lawns stay thick and dense. Second, the new varieties of seed you sow may have better disease resistance than those varieties already in your lawns. Overseeding also makes it much harder for weeds to become established and compensates for the natural slowdown of the turf’s reproduction over time or during droughts.