We have a great range of rotavators for hire nationwide. Rotavators are used over an area of land to break up, churn and aerate the soil. They have a set of blades which spin to break through and turn the earth. They are often used in gardens, allotments and fields to cultivate the land, rotavators also help to improve drainage, level the land and make the ground perfect for growing vegetables and crops. They are ideal for gardeners, landscapers, farmers, gardening enthusiasts, and more.
We have light duty tillers, medium duty rotavators, and heavy duty hydraulic rotavators available. No matter what size the area of land is, we have a suitable rotavator to get the job done. Our light duty tillers are ideal for cultivating small areas of gardens, allotments and flower beds. Our medium duty machines are perfect for developing most gardens, and our heavy duty hydraulic rotavators are ideal for use on larger plots of land and fields. You can book a rotavator hire online or over the phone and collect from your nearest store at the start of the hire, or we can deliver to your home, allotment or site.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will a rotavator cut through roots?
This will depend on the size and depth of the tree stumps and they’re roots. It is best practice to use a stump grinder first and dig up any roots to avoid damaging the rotavator.
How deep does a rotavator dig?
This will vary between rotavators, but generally a light duty tiller will dig to 200mm and a medium duty rotavator will go to 230mm.
What does a mini rotavator do?
Rotavators are an easy way to remove weeds and loosen soil while preparing the bed for planting. A mini/ light duty one will be ideal for most gardens.
Do I need to remove grass before rotavating?
It is fine to rotavate grass, it won’t dig it up as the roots go deeper than the rotavator will dig, it will cut the grass however and run it through the soil.
Is rotavating good for soil?
Rotavating your soil will help to aerate it and make it ample ground to plant vegetables and seeds.