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In noise sensitive areas consideration must be given to the distraction and annoyance caused by contractors using petrol powered machinery.  In this instance  a company such as Eco Garden maintenance may be utilised to undertake garden and landscape maintenance with minimal noise pollution. They have been using low noise battery powered tools from the manufacturer Pellenc in the Leeds, York, Selby, Tadcaster and Wetherby area for the last two years and have developed a loyal  following of clients who appreciate the environmental benefits,  excellent workmanship and customer service provided.

Pellenc produce professional quality garden tools which can run all day on a single charge of the backpack battery. This is so important for the professional contractor who might have to use the tools for up to six hours every day of the week. Products aimed at the domestic market rarely run for more than an hour on one battery charge before they need recharging. Professional grade tools are needed to get the job done efficiently, to the best standard and with minimal breakdowns. Pellenc battery powered tools do all these things, produce no exhaust fumes and are extremely quiet. Combining these aspects with their low weight makes them a joy to use resulting in higher productivity through reduced fatigue and a general increase in the users happiness and morale. 

The low noise output from these tools are a major consideration for people and companies who decide to employ Eco Garden Maintenance to maintain their gardens or open spaces. There is nothing more annoying than trying to relax or work when all you can hear is the constant drone of a two stroke engine as used on most hedge, trimmers, leaf blowers, chainsaws and strimmers.

Eco Garden Maintenance can bring these considerable benefits to many situations including private gardens, office grounds, churches, residential and nursing homes, schools, hotels, public houses, restaurants and residential communal grounds.

To discuss your low noise garden or landscape maintenance requirements please do not hesitate to contact us at www.ecogardenmaintenance.co.uk

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