Landscaping your garden is a fun and rewarding experience but entails challenges other than designing the layout and selecting the right plants. Research shows that one of the most challenging and time-consuming tasks is lifting and placing heavy and slippery pavers. Previously, landscapers addressed this issues using gloves and different tools to aid in the paver lifting process but none answered all their needs.
Now, with the help of a GRABO Paver Lifting Tool, landscapers can save valuable time and money, reduce pavers’ damage, minimize injuries, and focus on the other activities by efficiently hauling all types of pavers and place them in their desired location.
GRABO has revolutionized the landscaping industry with its Paver Lifting Tool;
Using a GRABO as your paver lifting tool can make a big difference Imagine how much quicker you can get a garden landscaped without spending valuable time picking up and placing heavy and awkward paver. You know the type: that paver that has a sharp edge, the one that drops back to the ground just when you think you’ve grabbed it.
Then, when you finally moved it in its location, even the smallest mis-placement cause to start the process all over again. Moving pavers into place is hard work. Pavers are often slippery, sharp, heavy, and awkward. It is hard enough picking them up from the ground to correctly lay them, but have you tried picking them up one by one from a stack in a box?
The GRABO Paver Lifting Tool makes heavy lifting easy, allowing you to swiftly, smoothly, and accurately complete your garden transformation project. No more roughened and crushed fingers. No more struggling to lift a paver. No more fighting to accurately place pavers. You can have your garden landscaped with ease by using the revolutionary GRABO Paver Lifting Tool.
The differences between moving and placing these pavers by hand or by GRABO is evident in both the smoothness of work, the ease of the job, and the time it takes to finish the job.
If your garden pavers are made from granite, concrete, or non-porous paving stones, this is the tool for you.
NOTE: The GRABO Paver Lifting Tool does not work on porous stone (stone with minute holes for airflow).