Mountain Home with RYOBI Outdoor Products

With the help of Ryobi Outdoor Products, we’re ready for Fall and Winter, in our central Oregon fixer upper Mountain Home!

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Friends, Happy October! As we mentioned in an earlier post, Ryobi has been a sponsor of RE for quite a few years, if you saw my fixer upper post earlier this summer. We love how simple their tools are, and how so many are ready to go right out of the box.

With the help of our Ryobi friends, we were able to whip our front and back decks into great shape for summer and fall entertaining, and enjoy our new home here in central Oregon!

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Mountain Home with RYOBI Outdoor Products

This time, we’re preparing our home for the fall season (and winter approaching soon), and sprucing up the outside of our home.

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40V JET FAN BLOWER

We’ve had a number of blowers throughout the years, and none come close to our new 40V jet fan blower. The RYOBI 40V Jet Fan Blower features Gas-Like Power™ without the hassle of gas and oil. A win-win!

Your arm will be tired before the battery wears out! With 40v standing behind us, we’re able to blow off four decks, our entry, and our entire driveway, on just one charge. Love the quick switch with your fingers, so easy!

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And talk about power! This is by far the most powerful blower yet, and it’s light enough for pretty much anyone to use.

18V ONE+ CORDLESS POLE SAW

We are surrounded by trees, which is part of the allure of this beautiful community we chose to join. But with trees come limbs. As in, dead ones. This particularly bothered me, because from our back deck, they really blocked our view.

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40V BRUSHLESS 14 IN. CHAIN SAW

But thanks to Ryobi’s 18v cordless pole saw and the 40v brushless 14 inch chain saw, we were able to clean up our property quickly and easily.

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No more gas, and the power of both is amazing. At first we weren’t sure about the power, particularly from the 14 inch chain saw. But we were believers with the first cut. This is a really powerful tool that’s quieter than a gas chainsaw, and doesn’t make your garage smell like gas when you’re done using it.

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2000 PSI ELECTRIC PRESSURE WASHER

When we bought our home, we noticed that the newer deck hadn’t been cleaned in years. That was no problem, thanks to Ryobi’s 2000PSI electric pressure washer. Talk about easy to use! We put our son on the project, and within a couple of hours, we couldn’t believe the dirt that had come off the siding of our home, roof, and deck!

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Because it’s so light, powerful and requires no gas, we were able to clean all four of our decks, and our entry, without having to worry about having enough gas to complete the job. Ryobi’s unique nozzle pattern made cleaning the deck quick and easy, and without etching the finish.

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We’ve been blessed to work with Ryobi. Their quality is unmatched!

Up next – a garage door opener! Friends, the snow and cold weather are coming. Are we prepared? We’re getting there!

We have a plan!

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Ryobi provided tools and support for this project. As always, all opinions are my own, as we have used Ryobi products for years.

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1 comment

  1. Looking good. Oh how nice battery operated machinery would be. We still have the equipment we bought when we purchased our property about 10 years ago and all gas powered and still going strong…lol. But I might make a push for battery operated when they start to die. Haha!

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