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Billy goat leaf collector (No. 6044337)

Billy goat leaf collector

Item length [m]:

1.5

Item width [m]:

0.7

Item height [m]:

1.1

Total weight [kg]:

51

Type of service:

Transportation with assistance in loading and unloading

What is your budget? [€]:

65

Distance: 362.00 km

Pick-up address and date

United Kingdom, Devon, Axminster

Flexible dates

Delivery address and date

United Kingdom, Suffolk, Sudbury

Flexible dates


Garden equipment

Garden supplies shipment  is a pretty broad section, featuring not just minor items for example rakes, axes or trovels but also larger machines for example: lawnmover or agricultural mover. Under garden equipment category fall all the items that can be of use in gardening and also keeping your lawn presentable. Moreover the category of garden chairs and tables or ornaments may as well be placed in garden equipment category. Many of the things shipped in garden equipment category are fairly large as well as considerably heavy. Nevertheless almost all of the items considered to be garden equipment may be shipped in almost every vehicle – starting with passenger car’s trunk and ending with shipping trailers.

When it comes to securing garden supplies for transportation, usually you do not have to place it inside a box. The good news is that you don't have to look for the right box, but there is also some worse news. Garden garden tools usually come in unusual sizes and shapes which makes it more difficult to properly place the load in the shippig car. 

Garden tools tend to be quite invulnerable to tremors and weak shocks during transportation. Naturally that doesn’t give you the right not to be cautious in such a journey – make sure the garden tools are properly attached inside the shipping vehicle and won’t move during shipment. Even the durable garden equipment may break if not secured properly during sudden turn. Additionally, the substantial weight of many of the garden tools could damage the transporting vehicle during an accident and therefore pose a danger to the hauler.

Some kinds of garden supplies have special needs that must be met during shipment – for example mowers have to be shipped upwards to prevent from any fluid leaking inside of the machine.