Raking and sweeping leaves around the house can be tiring, especially during the autumn months. Instead of doing the task manually, some homeowners prefer to use leaf blowers. A leaf blower is a power tool that propels air through a nozzle to move leaves and other debris, and can be used to gather debris into specific areas for easy disposal. It makes the task of removing debris in the yard and garden a lot easier and quicker. This device is powered by an electric motor or two or four-stroke engine, and is usually handheld. Some leaf blowers have a vacuum and mulching system for sucking and shredding leaves.
Those planning to get a leaf blower should choose a high quality cordless one from a reputable power tool manufacturer. Examples of cordless leaf blowers that are worth buying are the Worx WG541.9 18V lightweight cordless leaf blower, Black and Decker 18V cordless leaf blower, Black and Decker NSW18 R 18V hard surface leaf blower, Makita BUB182Z LXT 18V cordless leaf blower, Greenworks 24282 40V G-Max cordless leaf blower, Earthwise CB20018 18V cordless leaf blower. Most newer leaf blowers are lightweight and easy to use, and are relatively inexpensive.