Lawn maintenance couldn't be easier when you use ATV carts from Sears to transport brush, dirt and mulch to and from any location on your property. Planting sod can be a backbreaking task if you have to carry the sod squares across your lawn, but flatbed or box carts are the perfect solution to put everything right where you need it. ATV trailers can help you clear out organic matter or fill the sandbox using the power of your four-wheeler to do all the work. Whether you need something to haul your hunting gear or clear out the back forty acres, an ATV cart is the way to go.
ATV carts turn your recreational toys into working lawn and garden machines
You may have purchased your ATV so you could play in the mud, but it can also do double duty when it's time to do lawn and garden maintenance. ATV's can help you tote around all of your gardening tools and supplies with specially made ATV carts that help take the load off of your back. These carts are great for hauling anything from chainsaws to mulch, and can save you hours of moving all that stuff around on your own. As long as you have a hitch on your ATV, you should be able to attach a cart in seconds so that you can have a little extra help when you do your garden chores.
If you just have a little bit of work to do, you might be able to get by with ATV baskets or ATV cargo boxes to carry your garden tools around. However, your cargo box isn't going to haul the brush pile or tote your sod to its final destination. That's where the cart comes in handy. A wheelbarrow cart will haul everything you need and keep it contained as you travel across your property. This style of cart is great if you primarily need a cart for gardening purposes. The wheelbarrow style ensures that gravity will keep all of your dirt, clippings and branches inside the cart, even if you like to take the corners on two wheels.
If you think you might want to use your cart for toting around other items (say, all the supplies for a fall bonfire), you might want to look into a box cart, which has a flat bed and walls around all four sides, with an open top. The flat bottom will allow you to load up boxes and other items where it might be important to keep "this side up." The four walls will ensure everything stays inside, while the open top allows you to load the cart with ease, which is especially handy if both of your hands are full of gardening tools.
Alternatively, you could opt for a flatbed cart, which typically has no walls, but is great for toting around oddly-shaped items. If you can't bring your chipper out to the brush pile, then it might be nice to secure all of those branches and logs to the flatbed cart so you can transport them to the chipper or the dumpster. Flatbed carts can also come in longer styles, which are perfect for lumber, long-handled tools and other large items.
When you're buying your cart, you may want to consider purchasing a protective cover or tarp in case you decide to leave some items in the cart overnight. While the most meticulous gardeners will bring the tools inside every time, you might not always have a moment to put things back where they came from, which is where the added protection can help. If you have a small set of tools you can keep them in lawn equipment storage bags made of water resistant material, or you can just cover the whole cart with a tarp or cover. That way, your tools won't be exposed to the elements if you don't bring them back into the shed right away.
No matter what cart you choose, make sure you choose one from Sears, where you know you'll get a quality cart from names you trust at a price you love. We have a wide variety of wheelbarrow, box style or flatbed carts to fit the needs of any gardener.