NL England asks: Rotorvate my garden – tips / advice please?
Hi there – we have a rather large garden of about 100 foot long (maybe a bit more!) by approx 25 / 30 foot wide. Since we moved in we have not done a great deal and aside from cutting everything back and tidying it up we think the next place to work on is leveling it out. The garden is on a slight slope downwards but the main issue is its VERY uneven. My neighbour tells me she had a man rotorvate her garden and they have been left with quite an even lawn. this cost quite a bit though and we would rather do manual stuff ourselves and spend money on the extras like decking / paving and so on! Therefore, it would be good if anyone can share any tips or advice as we don’t know what we would need to do – ie do we need to remove the grass first? other tools we may need? approx timescale ie 1 solid week (7 days) we can hire a rotorvator for about £80 p/w which by the looks of it is about the same size as an ordinary lawn mower. will this be sufficient or would we need industrial?? thx
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Answer by BrettStouffer
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