Here at SGS, we know how important it is to take care of your garden space. We also know that maintaining the exterior of your home can be hard work, so we have developed a large and diverse range of gardening tools to make this process easier and more enjoyable. From battery-powered gardening tools to electric garden equipment and power landscaping tools, our range of products can transform any outdoor space. They can also be used whether you’re a gardening professional or an enthusiastic novice, no matter how big or small the garden (or task in hand) may be!

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Getting your Garden in Shape

SGS has a wide range of gardening equipment whatever outdoor project you have in mind. Whether it’s trimming a hedge or tidying up fallen leaves, we have the right machinery to suit your needs, whilst our power gardening tools and cordless garden tools are created by brands that we trust. This guarantees that you only ever receive the highest quality garden equipment from SGS, while you can also rest assured that our patented designs have undergone stringent research and testing. This means that they can easily deal with all outdoor elements, whether you’re faced with extreme temperature shifts or heavy garden overgrowth. In addition to the quality of our gardening equipment range, we also offer tools that have been designed to take the hassle out of maintaining big or small garden spaces. Our petrol power garden tools are a testament to this, making easy work of mowing your lawn or strimming. SGS is a brand that you can trust, both in terms of the range of stock available and the quality of the garden machinery that you can purchase from our site.

In Need of Help? Don’t worry – we’ve got you covered!

If you’re new to gardening, you may not know the difference between electric gardening tools and those that you can use in the pouring rain. You needn’t worry though, as our knowledgeable and friendly team have got you covered and will help you choose the right type of garden equipment. Whether your pruning apple trees, splitting logs or using power garden tools to complete more arduous tasks, we’ll be happy to offer you expert advice that helps you to get the very best value for money. Not only this, but we also sell a huge range of accessories and spares to complement our range, so you can maintain your SGS garden machinery and optimise its performance over time.

If you’d like to know more or simply need some advice on what electric garden equipment suits a particular task, why not get in touch today through our helpful online chat function? We’re ready and waiting to help!

Help Centre

In addition to providing advice and real-time query resolutions, you can also access the SGS Help Centre to review a number of helpful guides. These will enable you to get the most from our range of gardening power tools and cordless equipment, whether you’re just getting started or have a particular task in mind.

How To Set Up and Start A Chainsaw

Getting to grips with a chainsaw can be scary at the best of times, but our detailed guide will help you to operate this tool safely and effectively.

5 Jobs For Your Garden Strimmer

The strimmer is one of the most versatile pieces of garden equipment around, and this guide will help you to understand the numerous jobs that it can be used for.


Are you are novice who’s just getting to grips with the world of gardening? This guide will tell you which tools you need to complete a number of different jobs!

How to choose Lawn Mower?

There are several factors to consider when buying a lawnmower - from the size of your garden to the level of maintenance it requires.

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