HedgetrimmerTrimmer Sharpening Service from £25.00


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We can sharpen and grease your hedgetrimmer for you when it becomes blunt which will extend the life of the blades;

Guides for cutting popular hedging plants

Ilex aquifolium (holly) – Cut once during late summer
Buxus sempervirens (box) – Cut two/three times during growing season
Cotoneaster lacteus – Only after fruiting
Prunus laurocerasus – Prune twice during spring/summer
Lavandula (lavender) – Prune immediately after flowering


Chamaecyparis lawsoniana (Lawson cypress) – Cut twice, in spring and summer
Taxus baccata (yew): Cut twice, in mid-summer and autumn


Carpinus betulus (hornbeam): Once, in mid-to-late summer
Crataegus monogyna (hawthorn): Twice, in mid-summer and autumn
Berberis thunbergii – cut after flowering

Hedgetrimmers work hard  and keeping their blades sharp and greased helps them do their jobs at top performance. Because of this, blade sharpening is one of the most important maintenance issues for hedge clippers, and it also reduces repair costs by extending the life of the blades.