Have you got a pick and shovel in your garage or garden shed? How would you feel about pulling them out to dig a trench? It sure sounds like hard work … and that’s because it is! I would happily assume that this scenario was a significant contributing factor to the development of the first trench digging machine. As is the case with machinery, once the concept has been developed, many variations become available for different circumstances. Below are a few examples of how trench diggers are commonly used.
If you’re new to the process of paving, you might be wondering what kind of tools you’ll need to get the job done. Fortunately, you can do most paving projects with a few basic tools however chances are you won’t have all them in your garage or garden shed. With that said, here are some equipment items which should be considered get the job done properly.
If you’ve got a paving project planned, it is important that you pay particular attention to the ground beneath pavers and ensure it properly prepared in order to provide a stable base. Otherwise, once the paving installation is complete, it may shift – leading to uneven paving cracking, movement and a number of other issues.