The Old Hard Way …
For many years you have raked your yard. It is simple enough.
But did you know that the yard rake was invented in the early 1800's?
What other technology invented in the early 1800's are we still using?
The Better Way …
Today's landscaper can save time and money – not to mention wear and tear on his or her back – with a powerful, lightweight lawn vacuum.
These high quality products can not only save time, money and your spell, they will improve the appearance of your yard.
Law vacuums do just exactly what they sound like they do – they suck up the things you do not want on your lawn. Dead leaves, grass clippings, twigs and branches – a good sweeper will make short work of all of them.
And these unique products are environmentally friendly as well. Some push lawn vacuums and lawn mower vacuums have virtually no additional environmental impact at all. They can be used in coordination with a push mower or riding mower. They are simply dragged behind the mower as you mow, alleviating the need to rake your yard. When you're done, you simply throw your clippings in your mulch or compost bin.
The Professional Way …
The commercial applications for lawn sweepers such as turf vacuums and lawn leaf vacuums are many. These tools can not only save you time per job but can also make your business more money. Now you can mow and clean the clippings at once instead of adding the extra step and manpower of using a loud and non-environmentally friendly friendly gas powered blower.