Garden Machinery Omagh

Garden Machinery Omagh
Garden Machinery Omagh

If 2020 taught us anything, it is that gardens and greenspace are essential to our physical and mental wellbeing. Whether it is a small back yard with potted plants and some ivy, a classic cottage garden or a vast stretch of greenbelt that you have to explore, the space and greenery that the garden offers to us is a veritable panacea for human wellbeing.
Personally, my garden has been essential to me during the last year. Without access to my usual gym and with the need to stay home a lot more, gardening and spending time in the garden has become, like it has for many others, the best way of keeping mind and body fit, healthy and happy.
Having recently moved to this new property in Omagh, the garden really needed work. One of the best bits about that is that a new garden is the perfect excuse for new garden machinery. Omagh is the perfect place to get great new garden machinery so I started putting my garden machinery shopping list together straight away.
Of course, top of the list of garden machinery was a new lawnmower. The last occupants very kindly left a small generic brand hover mower in the shed, but one test run with it told me exactly why they had abandoned the thing when they moved. The decrepit hunk of day-glow orange machinery was the first thing I hammer tossed into the skip I hired to help me clear the garden. So, first on the list of new garden machinery was a lawnmower, closely followed by a new strimmer. This new garden lawn has a very high edge, and it very quickly gets a messy fringe that overhangs the path. The other side of the garden is a brick wall that looks like it could be reclaimed factory masonry, and I am careful of mashing my mower into the rough stone. I settled on the Echo GT-222ES as a light, quiet but practical example of solid garden machinery that would manage my domestic strimming needs.
Definitely in my top three favourite types of garden machinery is a good solid leaf blower. When I found this property, I immediately spotted the line of deciduous trees beyond the back fence and realised that every autumn was going to involve many days of shifting drifts of dead leaves, but silver lining, I can now justify putting a leaf blower on my garden machinery shopping list.
When I had my list together, I contacted Stephen Hunter Lawnmowers, specialist suppliers of garden machinery, Omagh. They are a family run business and provide the very best garden machinery Omagh gardeners need. I love going to their showroom in Omagh, I feel like a kid in a sweetshop. I like buying from Stephen Hunter because they also have their own onsite repair shop and offer a full backup service with their garden machinery. Omagh or else ware, I always contact Stephen Hunter for the very best garden machinery!