As the weather changes and heads towards autumn and winter your driveway maintenance is likely to increase. Leaves, debris and various weather conditions can take their toll on the look of your driveway so if you want to preserve your current kerb appeal, it’s time to get to work! First things first, invest in the right tools.
Here are three tools that will keep your driveway looking great.
Driveways are high traffic areas so it’s only natural that over time these surfaces become dirty and marked. Plus, for those with stone or bricked driveways, debris can build up inbetween the slab and make the entire driveway look unkempt – that’s where pressure washers come in. The high-pressure jet will blast away surface-level dirt as well as anything lodged between cracks so your concrete driveway will look its best.
Autumn is prime time for leaf blowers. Keeping leaves at bay is an ongoing job but with a leaf blower to hand it’s a lot easier. Simply blow the leaves into a pile so they can be thrown out with your garden waste or put into the compost bin ready for next year! There is a range of leaf blowers available including cordless options so you can tidy your driveway and garden all in one session. Driveway maintenance is made convenient when you have the right tools.
For those who have hedges around the perimeter of their driveways, keeping them neat and tidy will ensure that the entrance to your home is inviting. Why not invest in a hedge trimmer? You don’t need to be an expert gardener to use one as they’re great for simply neatening up the edges and creating a uniform shape. You’d be surprised how much of a difference it can make and how much people will notice when your hedges are looking in good shape!
At A Mcilrath & Son, our garden machinery is second to none and we are proud to supply everything you might need for your domestic garden needs. If you’re looking for high-quality equipment to maintain your garden or driveway, we stock and display the largest range of Husqvarna Forest and Garden products in Northern Ireland. Get in touch with us at 028 7086 8210 today for more information.