Mini diggers are rather small excavators and while they may look too small to use for many jobs, they’re actually ideal for smaller projects. If you have a landscaping job that you need done, but don’t have the space for a larger digger, a mini one will do the trick. You just need to know what you want.
Mini diggers are efficient and come in a range of sizes, from micro to 3 ft diggers, all of which work well in limited space. They’re also very useful for anything that requires high visibility for the operator.
Wondering how to use a mini digger?
- Clear away snow. After a snowfall, you may need to get rid of the excess snow, particularly if you have a project on the go. A mini digger can quickly eliminate any snow that is in the way and leave you with a clear space to work in.
- Dig a hole. One of the most obvious uses for a mini digger is digging an actual hole. Whether you need to sink some fence posts or lay a shed foundation, this is the perfect tool for the job. The small bucket makes it simple to dig a fairly narrow trench, which can easily be widened. Don’t stop at plain holes . . . go ahead and dig a pond, a pool, or even a canal to help with irrigation.
- Tear down small structures. Do you have an old shed that just isn’t safe anymore? Or maybe you found a structure on your property that is in dire need of being destroyed. Instead of ruining your hands as you attempt to pull down the structure, us a mini digger to help. It is the perfect size to pull out beams and take down a small building.
- Remove a stump. After a tree has been cut down, it’s often a problem dealing with the stump. Some people use a tractor or truck to pull the stump out, others try to burn it. However, you’ll find that a mini digger is the best tool for the job. It can loosen the soil around the roots and pry the stump right up out of the ground, leaving you with a hole that can be filled in.
- Level ground. If you have a hole or hills that you want to flatten out, this little digging machine is ideal. You can scrape down the dirt and make sure it’s level. It’s even possible to pack it down by driving over it a few times.
There are plenty of uses for smaller digging machines and often, they’re even more efficient than the larger ones. If you’re in need of a mini digger, contact Basically Tool Hire to reserve one for your project.