Including Garden Sieves, Shredders, Log Saws and Log Spitters

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How much does garden machinery cost?

The cost of garden machinery is dependent on numerous factors, including the type, operation, engine, and brand. For example, a spare saw blade is likely to cost less than a powerful log splitter, whereas an automatic garden sieve with a large motor will cost more than a small, silent garden shredder that’s suitable for shredding thin branches. Here at Kendal Tools, we supply an extensive range of garden sieves, shredders, log saws, and splitters at some of the most competitive prices on the market (all-inclusive of VAT). It’s also worth noting, we regularly provide special offers – providing you with maximum value for money when you purchase garden machinery from us. To find out more about the cost of our garden machinery, please don’t hesitate to get in touch on 01539 733 774.

When will my garden machinery arrive?

The simple answer is it depends on the delivery method you choose at the checkout, the time your order is received, and your location. At Kendal Tools, we pride ourselves on offering affordable prices for our customers. That’s why most of our garden machinery comes with free standard delivery. Orders placed in the morning will be processed sooner than those made in the afternoon and evening – meaning they will be dispatched earlier. Similarly, the further machines need to be transported to get to you, the longer it will take. The good news is, all of the products within our garden machinery range are sourced from brands in the UK, meaning you shouldn’t have to wait too long for them to arrive at your door. For more information about the delivery of garden machinery, contact us today.

How do I prolong the lifespan of my garden machinery?

After spending several hundreds of pounds on garden machinery, it’s only natural that you want it to last as long as possible. Luckily, there are a few simple steps you can take to ensure your garden machinery stands the test of time. These include: • Regularly checking the oil level to prevent engine failure • Sharpening garden tools and machinery to guarantee an efficient cut • Having your machines serviced properly to ensure they run like clockwork • Covering machines when not in use to protect them against the elements • Keeping your garden machinery clean and free from debris • Listening to the engine to see if it’s spluttering or making any unusual noises If you’d like to know more about our garden machines, or you have any questions about maintaining your tools, our experts will be more than happy to help.