When it comes to preparing a surface for any landscaping or earthmoving project, removing and clearing up earth is essential. This is particularly true if you're working on a large site that has both dirt and large rocks. In this scenario, it isn't ideal to use a wheelbarrow or manual tools, as it would take a significantly long period of time to clear up the area.
A skid steer loader is the perfect option when you want to clear up a small to medium sized patch of land, but it is also great for large sites. Not only is this machine efficient, it is incredibly versatile. A skid steer loader can effectively clear rocks, dirt, sand, gravel, rubble and more. This versatility is what makes it the perfect option for your landscaping project.
Here are the main benefits of a skid steer loader:
Versatility: All In One
Not only is a skid steer loader a great option for clearing up earth on your site, it is great for both cleaning up and excavating. For example, if you need to dig a deep hole to accommodate a new structure for your landscape project, a skid steer loader can remove the rubble. When you are finished, it can quite easily fill the trenches left behind, to even out the surface. Most skid steer loaders, will come with an inbuilt hydraulic system, which makes it fantastic for covering uneven and bumpy surfaces. Along with this, you can adjust the tires depending on the type of job.
To add to this, a skid steer loader will typically have a simple operating system, which makes it much easier to use. You can feel safe and comfortable, while getting the tough work done.
Arguably, the greatest benefit of a skid steer loader is the potential to swap and change the attachments. There are a number of different options available, depending on the task you need to complete. Once you have successfully used the loader attachment to clear up earth, you can attach a trencher or even auger drives. A trencher attachment will allow you to excavate deeper; this is particularly good if you are installing pipes on your landscape site. An auger attachment will allow you to drill on your landscape site. This is helpful if you need to work on foundations or fencing.
There you have it, a skid steer loader will make clearing up earth a breeze, and the added attachments will allow for unparalleled versatility. Landscaping should be fun, so take out the messy work.