Of course, the obvious use for leaf blowers would be to corral fallen leaves in to a pile. If they are cleaned by the homeowner up every day or two or delays until they are almost completed to place them in a pile is just a matter of personal choice. Additionally it depends on what sort of trees are about the property and many. While leaves are more or ankle deep, it is time to breakout the leaf blower and put them into an area of a stack or the garden. Some municipalities will undergo neighborhoods using a unit that sucks them up from curbside. Others leave it up on the best way to dump them to the homeowner. Although autumn is the most productive time of year for leaves to property inside the yard, it is not the only time. Some varieties of trees, like river birches like, lose their leaves year-round create and a constant must strike them away.
Weekly lawn maintenance requires shaping cutting, edging and blowing. The yard looks better when all the grass clippings, hedge trimmings and errant pine cones do not litter the front driveway and walk as professional landscaping businesses have recognized for decades. House is given a clean neat and professional appearance by utilizing a leaf blower to scrub up the paths and wall lines. It stops the debris from blocking sunlight around the grass and also keeps the lawn healthy. All work no play makes the outside more boring. For a little bit of extra fun if the garden work is done, grab a couple of neighbors, pullout the best leaf blower and enjoy a game of air-ball. Pile up a page of paper and sometimes even use an errant paper-cup as a ball. Create boundaries teams and goals. Feel free to improvise, using lawn chairs, empty plants and flower pots as goalposts. Use the leaf blowers to corral the ball between the goal posts, scoring a spot for each goal. This is especially entertaining for gardening crews, where everyone has a blower and all have ability.