What Do Landscaper Do With A Blower?


A lawn service that uses a blower begins with a “cutting-in” with the leaf blower by blowing all perimeter leaves toward the centers of the lawn areas. Then a mower mulches the leaves. A final blow-off clears the hard surfaces to a leaf-free appearance.


A rake and broom can quietly and efficiently remove most leaves and grass clippings from an average city lot. It provides a bit of exercise and does not create pollution. A leaf blower is a great tool for removing leaves between shrubs and landscape rock or from the occasional tight spot. But it is a nuisance when used over large areas.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why do landscapers use blowers?

They are a tool used by landscapers as well as homeowners and other business owners to clean parking lots and sports stadiums, remove snow, clean gutters, and remove flammable debris from around buildings during fire season.

What is a blower good for?

1: Doubles up as a Snow Blower in Winter Whilst they are not as heavy duty as snow blowers; leaf blowers can double up as a handy snow blower to quickly clear off powdery snow from paths and driveways easily. One particularly useful trick is to blow the snow off the top of your car.

What is the point of blowing leaves?

1. Leaf blowing CAN help clear leaves and debris easier and faster than raking or sweeping. 2. Leaf blowing gets leaves out of prickly bushes a bit easier than hand-pulling them.

Is a leaf blower worth it?

Simply put, a leaf blower is a great substitute for a rake, as it can do the same or even more, but with less effort. It has very few downsides if you consider what your time and physical condition are worth. For large properties and professional use, it's a must.

Do you have to use a leaf blower on your lawn?

You don’t have to. If there’s just a light layer, go over them with your mower and leave them on your lawn. As they break down, they’ll help limit weeds from popping up. (For the sake of your neighbors though, just don’t use a leaf blower .)

How much noise can a leaf blower make?

Wear hearing protection. Newer leaf blowers are usually rated below 75 decibels, but that’s based on the noise level 50 ft. away from the machine. The noise level right at the machine can easily approach 100 decibels — high enough to cause permanent hearing loss.

How can I Fix my Lawn without a landscaper?

Here’s how you can fix some common lawn problems. Looking at a color wheel is a great way to choose garden flowers. Colors that are opposite each other, like yellow and purple, look beautiful together. If you don’t have a big budget, hire someone to do a landscape design and then install it yourself in stages.

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