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Which power tool will be your landscaping labor saver?

Take this fun and informative quiz to learn what landscaping power tool will change your yardwork game — and have you enjoying margaritas in the backyard before you can say “Heidi Ho, Neighbor!”

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What does your dream yard look like?

Bark mulch flower beds

 

Rolling fields

 

Fences and shrubs

 

Woodland paradise

 

1 / 9

What takes the most time when you’re landscaping?

I feel like I’m constantly in a battle to tame my trees and bushes. #BushWhacker

 

Sometimes I feel like Forrest Gump, just always mowing the grass! #TheySeeMeMowin

 

Honestly, cleaning up after cleanup is the worst. Sometimes the piles of leaves and branches linger for weeks before I can haul them away. #CleanUpInAisle6

 

Planting seems to take way longer than necessary! And putting in new fence posts or trees is backbreaking work! #HoleyRoller

 

2 / 9

Do you have a preference for what powers your tools?

I love the sound and smell of gas tools!

 

My neighbors definitely complain less about quiet electric tools, but the cords can be a bit annoying.

 

Battery powered all the way! I don't need them to last all day, just be super portable!

 

I don't mind a workout, so human powered works for me!

 

3 / 9

What is your yard maintenance nemesis? picture

Grass is so tiny! But when there's a gazillionty bajillion of them, it's overwhelming!

 

Holes! Shia LaBeouf knows my pain!

 

Thick tree branches. Why do they need to be so strong and heavy?

 

Waste. How can one yard produce so much trash?

 

4 / 9

Roughly how big is your yard?

Pretty small. Can fit a bbq and patio set, but not much else.

 

A full acre! It’s a bit of work, but I love it!

 

It’s a half acre that backs onto the woods! So, lots of trees!

 

Not too big but I love to make the most of every square foot!

 

5 / 9

What do you think your tool shed is missing?

A team of industrious gophers to dig some much needed holes!

 

A hungry, hungry hippo to chomp its way through all the yard waste that accumulates on the weekends.

 

A magic genie to snap its fingers and trim all my trees and shrubs! Is that too much to ask for?

 

My very own garden elf to stay on top of the lawn. Seriously, the homeowners association is out there with a measuring tape on the daily!

 

6 / 9

What price do you put on convenience?

I’ll spend all the money if it makes my life easier!

 

I love a good deal, especially if it helps me take shortcuts!

 

It’s gotta be worth it! I’m not afraid of a little hard work, but I hate when I don’t get good value.

 

No thanks, I don’t need your gimmicks and hacks. I prefer manual labor — no power tools.

 

7 / 9

What’s your landscaping style?

Armageddon

 

Forrest Gump

 

Texas Chainsaw

 

Fargo

 

8 / 9

If your yard had a name, what would it be?

The Holey Land. Like seriously, I need to dig a bunch of holes to achieve my vision of lush gardens and secure fencing.

 

The Cornucopia! It's the yard that keeps on giving! And giving. Seriously, that's enough now!

 

Fields of Green. Seemingly endless lawn as far as the eye can see!

 

The Fruitful Forest. So many trees make it a wonderful Woodland escape!

 

9 / 9

Your garden could use a Chainsaw!

You’ve got trees and shrubs and bushes, oh my! And with foliage like that, you don’t want to blow your back out with a hacksaw.

You’ll be so exhausted by the end of a day trying to tame your trees, the last thing you’ll want to do is sit under their sculpted shade and enjoy a hard-earned cocktail.

Why not take a load off with a power chainsaw?

With it, you can take care of small jobs like shrubbery, and big jobs like tree removal with one super convenient garden-shed addition.

You can get a gas powered chainsaw for beefier power, but you’ll have to mix gas and oil for that perfect chainsaw blend. Consider investing in electric tools if you don’t mind being tethered by a power cord but want a cleaner alternative to fossil fuels — and leave fewer jerry cans in your shed!

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⚠How To Safely Power Up Your Landscaping Game!⚠

1. Safety Gear

Personal Protection Equipment isn’t just a fashion statement, it can save lives! And fingers and eyes!

When you pick up a power tool, make sure you’re dressed for the occasion. Safely goggles, durable gloves, close-toed or stainless steel boots, earplugs, and even a hard hat will protect all your favorite bits from the cruel ravages of chance.

Fortune favors the well prepared, so suit up, and have fun!

<Click here to shop our latest in fashionable PPE gardening apparel>

2. Read the Manual

Your new power tool is designed to make your life easier, but sometimes progress comes with a learning curve.

Do yourself a favor and fully read your manual before taking your new power tool for a spin.

Or even better, visit our ToolTorial Channel on Youtube for a rundown on how your tool works, and how you can get the best performance from it with proper care and maintenance.

3. Maintain Focus

Power tools aren’t toys, and they definitely shouldn’t be used near (or by!) children.

But kids aren’t the only hazard in your yard. Pets, wildlife, even well-intentioned (but distracting) neighbors can draw your focus when you’re trying to take down a pesky tree or drive home a new fence post.

Keep your eyes on the prize and head in the game, and remove as many distractions as possible. And save your celebratory beer for after the tools have been safely stowed in the shed at the end of the day!

Most importantly, try to be mindful when working in your garden. Yes, landscaping can be a chore — but it can also be a wonderfully calming practice that centers your energy and reconnects you with the earth. Happy gardening!

<<Shop The Best Tools To Tame Your Yard!>>

And don’t forget to check your inbox for 10% off your first order!

Your garden could use a Riding Lawn Mower!

You don’t have just a little patch of grass to call your own, you have a mini sports field in your backyard!

And with all that green grass comes one hell of a Sunday to-do list.

With watering, aerating, weeding and fertilizing, you don’t need to add pushing a lawnmower around to your chore list.

Riding, cruise-controlled, and even self-directed gas-powered or environmentally-friendly electric mowers are available at more and more affordable prices — it’s time to add a little luxury to your landscaping arsenal.

Take a load off and put your feet up without pain at the end of the day as you survey your lush, green oasis over some bbq and good company.

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⚠How To Safely Power Up Your Landscaping Game!⚠

1. Safety Gear

Personal Protection Equipment isn’t just a fashion statement, it can save lives! And fingers and eyes!

When you pick up a power tool, make sure you’re dressed for the occasion. Safely goggles, durable gloves, close-toed or stainless steel boots, earplugs, and even a hard hat will protect all your favorite bits from the cruel ravages of chance.

Fortune favors the well prepared, so suit up, and have fun!

<Click here to shop our latest in fashionable PPE gardening apparel>

2. Read the Manual

Your new power tool is designed to make your life easier, but sometimes progress comes with a learning curve.

Do yourself a favor and fully read your manual before taking your new power tool for a spin.

Or even better, visit our ToolTorial Channel on Youtube for a rundown on how your tool works, and how you can get the best performance from it with proper care and maintenance.

3. Maintain Focus

Power tools aren’t toys, and they definitely shouldn’t be used near (or by!) children.

But kids aren’t the only hazard in your yard. Pets, wildlife, even well-intentioned (but distracting) neighbors can draw your focus when you’re trying to take down a pesky tree or drive home a new fence post.

Keep your eyes on the prize and head in the game, and remove as many distractions as possible. And save your celebratory beer for after the tools have been safely stowed in the shed at the end of the day!

Most importantly, try to be mindful when working in your garden. Yes, landscaping can be a chore — but it can also be a wonderfully calming practice that centers your energy and reconnects you with the earth. Happy gardening!

<<Shop The Best Tools To Tame Your Yard!>>

And don’t forget to check your inbox for 10% off your first order!

Your garden could use a Chipper!

With yard maintenance comes yard waste, but it doesn’t all have to go to the landfill!

A chipper will take your yard waste and turn it into valuable material for your garden.

Shred leaves and small twigs, then add them to your compost for next year’s fertilizer, and turn large branches into mulch to cover your flower beds.

Just imagine owning a model that both chips and vacuums, so you can skip raking altogether! Now that’s a time and back saver that will more than earn its place in your garden shed!

[CLICK HERE TO FIND THE PERFECT CHIPPER TO ADD TO YOUR TOOL SHED!]

⚠How To Safely Power Up Your Landscaping Game!⚠

1. Safety Gear

Personal Protection Equipment isn’t just a fashion statement, it can save lives! And fingers and eyes!

When you pick up a power tool, make sure you’re dressed for the occasion. Safely goggles, durable gloves, close-toed or stainless steel boots, earplugs, and even a hard hat will protect all your favorite bits from the cruel ravages of chance.

Fortune favors the well prepared, so suit up, and have fun!

<Click here to shop our latest in fashionable PPE gardening apparel>

2. Read the Manual

Your new power tool is designed to make your life easier, but sometimes progress comes with a learning curve.

Do yourself a favor and fully read your manual before taking your new power tool for a spin.

Or even better, visit our ToolTorial Channel on Youtube for a rundown on how your tool works, and how you can get the best performance from it with proper care and maintenance.

3. Maintain Focus

Power tools aren’t toys, and they definitely shouldn’t be used near (or by!) children.

But kids aren’t the only hazard in your yard. Pets, wildlife, even well-intentioned (but distracting) neighbors can draw your focus when you’re trying to take down a pesky tree or drive home a new fence post.

Keep your eyes on the prize and head in the game, and remove as many distractions as possible. And save your celebratory beer for after the tools have been safely stowed in the shed at the end of the day!

Most importantly, try to be mindful when working in your garden. Yes, landscaping can be a chore — but it can also be a wonderfully calming practice that centers your energy and reconnects you with the earth. Happy gardening!

<<Shop The Best Tools To Tame Your Yard!>>

And don’t forget to check your inbox for 10% off your first order!

 Your garden could use a Power Auger! 

Digging holes is a big part of gardening — but it doesn’t have to be back-breaking work!

Whether you need holes to house plants, or hold heavy-duty fence posts (or even trees), a power auger will save you from muscle strain and fatigue!

You can get drill-attachment models to work with any of your battery operated drills, and watch as those holes almost dig themselves!

The only question now is, what will you do with all your shovels?

[CLICK HERE TO SHOP POWER AUGERS]

⚠How To Safely Power Up Your Landscaping Game!⚠

1. Safety Gear

Personal Protection Equipment isn’t just a fashion statement, it can save lives! And fingers and eyes!

When you pick up a power tool, make sure you’re dressed for the occasion. Safely goggles, durable gloves, close-toed or stainless steel boots, earplugs, and even a hard hat will protect all your favorite bits from the cruel ravages of chance.

Fortune favors the well prepared, so suit up, and have fun!

<Click here to shop our latest in fashionable PPE gardening apparel>

2. Read the Manual

Your new power tool is designed to make your life easier, but sometimes progress comes with a learning curve.

Do yourself a favor and fully read your manual before taking your new power tool for a spin.

Or even better, visit our ToolTorial Channel on Youtube for a rundown on how your tool works, and how you can get the best performance from it with proper care and maintenance.

3. Maintain Focus

Power tools aren’t toys, and they definitely shouldn’t be used near (or by!) children.

But kids aren’t the only hazard in your yard. Pets, wildlife, even well-intentioned (but distracting) neighbors can draw your focus when you’re trying to take down a pesky tree or drive home a new fence post.

Keep your eyes on the prize and head in the game, and remove as many distractions as possible. And save your celebratory beer for after the tools have been safely stowed in the shed at the end of the day!

Most importantly, try to be mindful when working in your garden. Yes, landscaping can be a chore — but it can also be a wonderfully calming practice that centers your energy and reconnects you with the earth. Happy gardening!

<<Shop The Best Tools To Tame Your Yard!>>

And don’t forget to check your inbox for 10% off your first order!