Because tillers aren't typically used every week like lawn mowers are, you may think it's less costly to rent one when you need it.
Surprisingly, that's not often the case. In some cases, the cost of renting twice in a year can cost as much as buying a brand new tiller.
Of course, it depends what kind of tiller you need and how much you use it each year. We'll break down the cost comparison for you, and you can decide if owning is right for you.