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The good old tined rake used have its finest hours during autumn as tumbling leaves signalled a headache for gardeners, but not any more.

With the arrival of leaf blowers and shredders there is now a machine suitable for every garden, from the handy little leaf sweepers to larger machines which can clear huge areas or be towed behind tractors.

Mowdirect, Britain’s biggest garden machinery superstore, launches its autumn campaign this week with three new own-label products and is anticipating record sales.

Company founder and principal Rob Fagg says more people than ever are turning to mechanical methods for clearing leaves.
“Not so long ago only a few households owned a machine for clearing leaves and debris and many of us can remember back breaking hours on the lawn raking up leaves.

“But now there is a huge range of leaf clearing equipment. Manufacturers have developed machines for every size of garden from small push sweepers to self-propelled ones costing over £3000.”

The company has developed its own simple machine, the MD Sweep 26,leaf sweeper a brush leaf sweeper pushed by hand which can deal with family sized gardens and clear debris from patios and drives. Mr Fagg says it was developed to offer a simple low cost solution to smaller gardens and at £89.95 offered real value for money.

Another machine is Mowdirect’s chip and shred which at £529.95 is the best value for money machine in its class.
The company’s website has hundreds of models available and has a call centre for customers needing advice.

Mowdirect was established by Mr Fagg eleven years ago from his parent’s house and has developed to become Britain’s biggest on-line garden machinery superstore.


For further information please contact Rob Fagg on 08454 588905 or

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