GREAT OFFER: FREE ECHO SPEED FEED TRIMMER, WITH PAS PURCHASE! Effective April 1, 2020 through June 30 (yep: HIGH dandelion season!) you can get an Echo Speed Feed attachment, free with the purchase of any Pro Attachment Series powerhead (with attachment). So, you’ll be starting your PAS experience with two attachments: one will be the free Speed Feed Trimmer (goodbye dandelions!), and the second will be…your choice. Let’s learn a little bit more Echo here and about the Pro Attachment Series so you can get a jump start on picking attachment number two…
ECHO’s got a great ad running that’s speaks to those of us who’ve let our yard slide. After tough jobs all week it’s a challenge to get our own yard into shape, but ECHO’s line of string trimmers, hedge trimmers, blowers and chain saws are exactly what us weekend warriors need on our side to battle a yard that taunts us.
There are instant rebates on two of our fave ECHO blower models: the PB250LN power blower and the PB500T backpack blower. We’ve got these, so come see us ASAP!
This ECHO ad will remind you that you’ll need to get out there and take back your yard before it takes you. You’ll be looking behind the bushes for these trolls once you watch it:
Many new safety features come standard on today’s saws.
It’s time to breakout the lawn and tree equipment that’s been hibernating in your garage the past six months. All those pieces you forgot about this winter – mowers, trimmers, chain saws – need to be unthawed and prepped for the upcoming season. Now is also a great time to review safety measures for operating equipment. It’s good practice to go over these each year because no matter how much experience you have equipment features change all the time and it’s just not worth the risk of injury to you or your operators.
Tree Care Industry Magazine has an article in this month’s issue on chain saw safety, which any saw operator knows is a number one priority. Chain saws are dangerous things in the hands of an inexperienced operator so they’ve got a few tips to remember next time you fire up your saw. The article covers the essentials: kickback, proper operating and starting techniques and a review of newer safety features that come standard on saws. It’s good stuff so check it out: