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What type of leaf rake is the least durable?

Bamboo
28%
Plastic
41%
Metal
17%
Not sure
13%
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Question: What type of leaf rake is the least durable?
Top Answer (41% of 228 votes): Plastic.

Answer: Bamboo
Explanation: Breaks easy.
GrassHoppers Lawn Enforcement LLC
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: We use metal landscape rakes to move the leaves forward. We use leaf blowers to move leaves through the yard.
B- Sharp Property Maintenance
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: Depends on length of time used and if they are being used correctly
Westfall landscaping
ProMatcher
Answer: Metal
Explanation: They are more durable and last longer. They tend not to break as easy as other types of rakes
Carolinas Finest Services
Answer: Plastic
Explanation: Most commonly sold at most box stores.
Lawn Ranger
Answer: Plastic
Explanation: Tendency to break faster
Hardscaping Plus
ProMatcher
Answer: Metal
Explanation: Metal rakes out last all others
Cuyahoga Property Maintenance
Answer: Plastic
Explanation: Plastic rakes tend to break easily.
Jc Lawn Care, LLC
Answer: Plastic
Explanation: In cold climates plastic rakes will become brittle and break easily. Metal tines will last a lifetime.
Gregory Landscaping
ProMatcher
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: Have never used a bamboo rake so we couldnt say from the options given
Integra Holiday lighting and decor
Answer: Metal
Explanation: metal rakes usually work better to also pick up any dead grass with each pass
Demo King
Answer: Bamboo
Explanation: Too soft and rots
Larry Pierce Lawn/Landscaping
ProMatcher
Answer: Metal
Explanation: Metal rakes are the most durable but depending on whats happening in the yard can be the most hard to use. If you use a plastic rake make sure it is wide enough to cover a nice portion of the yard.
Three Men Lawn
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: Pros and cons to all of them.
Henningsen Property Maintenance LLC
Answer: Bamboo
Explanation: Bamboo rakes are far too flexible and dont hold up well to the outdoor elements.
Carolina Lawn Worx
ProMatcher
Answer: Metal
Explanation: Tends to bend and not work as well.
Mom's Cleaning LLC
Answer: Metal
Explanation: We do have a couple metal rake but they don't seem as durable so we seem to not use them as much.
J's Complete Cleaning Services
Answer: Plastic
Explanation: Plastic definitely breaks the easiest when stepped on
Clearly Better Properties
ProMatcher
Answer: Plastic
Explanation: Plastic rakes are more for residential customers, we use them daily for multiple jobs, therefore we use metal.
Timberworx Tree and Landscaping
Answer: Bamboo
Explanation: Never used one more than once.
Salinas Lawn Services
Answer: Plastic
Explanation: We do a good amount of raking and the plastic just does not last long. It may last longer for very small jobs that are easy and light.
M&G Lawncare
ProMatcher
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: All rakes serve a different purpose and sometimes it will depend on your leaf type.
MGP Smart Home Services
Answer: Plastic
Explanation: Plastic, never used bamboo but don't think it'll be better than metal.
Jewett lawncare
Answer: Metal
Explanation: Metal is better for gardening
D B LANDSCAPING
ProMatcher
Answer: Bamboo
Explanation: www.smartscapejax.com
SmartScape Lawn & Landscape
Answer: Bamboo
Explanation: if you are to hard on it braking willhappen
Selena's Landscape, Design & Tree Service, LLC
Answer: Bamboo
Explanation: Bamboo, tines break easier, but is still durable
Three Sisters Landscaping
ProMatcher
Answer: Metal
Explanation: the metal spokes easily bend in my experience.
Foley Landscape Services
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: This depends on the quality of each individual rake.
Purtell Lawncare
Answer: Metal
Explanation: I use the Red Rhino ones from Home Depot.
First Class Lawn Care
ProMatcher
Answer: Plastic
Explanation: The plastic rakes we have used have not last very long.
Outdoor Designs
Answer: Bamboo
Explanation: I don't use Bamboo rakes professionally as I feel their life span is far too short.
Your Home Helpers
Answer: Bamboo
Explanation: Yep.
Custom Cuts Lawn Care
ProMatcher
Answer: Metal
Explanation: The tines bend easily
White Oak Landscaping & Lawn Care, inc
Answer: Plastic
Explanation: always break
Keisler Contractors LLC
Answer: Bamboo
Explanation: Fragile..easy on roots..but cost..stick with plastic although it will breakdown over time if left in the sun
Associated Services
ProMatcher
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: ones own pref
h.c.lawn& fence
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: Depends on job.
Culver Property Preservation
Answer: Metal
Explanation: the metal tines bend after a while and start to leave leaves behind.
C & R Mowing LLC
ProMatcher
Answer: Plastic
Explanation: The tines of plastic rakes will weaken faster with use and also get weaker while in storage between seasons.
Good Natured by Design
Answer: Bamboo
Explanation: Easy to snap edges and break under pressure from my experiance
RLN Properties LLC
Answer: Plastic
Explanation: Subject to breaking
TJB-INC Landscape & Drainage Contractor
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