Choosing the best brush cutter
The best brushcutter for gardening is the most functional one for the specific work we have to do. Obviously if we have a green area of modest and rather regular size we can opt for a product intended for DIY, a basic model with a very competitive market price. For a larger area or for more difficult working circumstances, such as the presence of small shrubs, brambles or extremely tall grass, a semi-professional brushcutter is needed. If instead we use the brush cutter at a working level we need a professional object, which will have a much higher price but which will be much more performing, with a greater engine displacement, better accessories and professional technical characteristics. When choosing the best brushcutter, particular attention must be paid, for any use made to it, for safety, giving preference to the offers relating to the best known brands.
Types of brushcutters
The first technical difference in brushcutters and feeding. There are electric tools, particularly suitable for those who have to cut the grass of the small condominium gardens and small borders. This type, in particular, has very low maintenance needs. It will be more than sufficient to follow the instructions relating to periodic cleaning, removing the grass that remains on the head and keeping the tool sheltered, in the garage or cellar, when not in use. The petrol models, on the other hand, require regular periodic maintenance relating to the replacement of the spark plugs, the lubrication of the mechanical components, the rope and the spring for the pull ignition. The petrol brushcutters are used for more complex jobs, being able to intervene in contexts where the electric brush cutter is not indicated, such as the undergrowth. The most modern brushcutters also offer battery models, to combine the functionality of the types of electric motor, without however the need to carry the power cable.