Garden machinery can be heavy and awkward to lift so we offer a local collection and delivery service throughout Plymouth, the South Hams, West Devon and East Cornwall to make it as easy as possible for you to ensure your equipment is serviced and maintained at the appropriate intervals.
PL1 to PL7 and PL9: £ 5.00 (+ Vat) per trip
PL8 and PL10 to PL12: £ 7.50 (+ Vat) per trip
Other postcodes within £10.00 (+ Vat) per trip
10 mile radius of PL7:
Beyond 10 miles: £10.00 (+ Vat) plus 20p per mile
Free delivery within the local area applies to all new garden machinery purchases over a minimum threshold where it is practicable to do so.
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Battery powered garden tools – such as hedge trimmers, strimmers, chainsaws and mowers – are lightweight and designed to be comfortable to use and just as powerful as petrol driven alternatives.
They are environmentally friendly with no emissions to pollute the atmosphere, cost effective with lower running costs than petrol machinery and more convenient and safer than electric machinery.
The introduction of battery-powered robotic lawnmowers has transformed the task of keeping lawns in good shape. Using GPS technology, robotic lawnmowers move around the garden avoiding obstacles – and even put themselves away after use. Many customers regard their robot mower as a new member of the family!
A properly set up, regularly maintained machine will give you the best results, save you time and energy and will have a longer life.
We offer a full range of servicing and repairs from simple blade sharpening and repairs to cut cables and broken switches to major equipment overhauls. No job is too small.
We are service agents for the following garden machinery brands: Ariens, Atco, Countax, ECHO, Husqvarna, IBEA, Lumag, Maruyama, Mountfield, Stiga and Webb. We are happy to carry out servicing and repair work on other brands, subject to the machine being of a suitable quality, parts being readily available to us and the repair being considered economical in relation to the age and value of the machine.