Where’s the quality? When was the last time you bought anything that lasted over five years? We can’t remember either! Do you just feel like most manufacturers just don’t care? Well, they do care…they care about how fast they can make a product, make it with the cheapest labor, the lowest cost materials and how much money goes into their and their shareholders pockets.
Well, believe it or not, there are still some makers of garden tools that still care about quality and function. These tool artisans hand craft each tool the ole fashioned way.. one at a time. Old fashioned doesn't mean these companies aren't keeping up with the times. They are using the finest metals available, cutting tool parts out with abrasive water jets, lasers and all the major brands we carry fit their tools with hardwood handle froms farm raised FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) Certified forests.
Lifetime guarantees are found on a lot of the tools we offer. We also carry products that do not have that lifetime warranty, but we think they are tools worth your hard earned money. We’re also the first ones to admit that we sometimes sell a dud product and with your feedback, we’ll take that product out of our offerings…no matter who the maker is. These products are not who we are.
At Garden Tool Company, we want you to have the best quality gardening products available and that’s why we continue to add products that we think you’ll not only find useful but worth your investment.
We are gardeners and use the products we sell, but there’s no better telling of a products worth than your feedback. If you’ve had good or bad experience with any of the products we offer, we’d love to hear about it. Also, if you have a favorite garden product that we don’t carry, please let us know…we’d love to share that with other gardeners.
You can contact us via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at: 1-800-830-4019
Note: The garden tools we carry are some of the toughest tools available, they are not indestructible and should be used for the purpose they were intended. While there may be an occasional defect, typically, if you bend one of these tools, you're probably not using the tool as it was intended
(pry-bars are available at your local hardware store)