If you want to dig through hard, compacted soil, even rocky soil, you'll need a digging shovel. This type of shovel will have a round pointed blade with a slightly upward curved edge, make it an ideal tool for digging.
The square point shovel performs very well in moving loose material, so it gained the name “transfer shovel.” The square blade allows it to hold obviously more material than a round point shovel. It is also good for scraping soil spills from paved surfaces thanks to the flat lip.
Also known as a ditch shovel, it has two primary uses, digging shallow trenches, cleaning out and neatening up deeper trenches that have been created by a more powerful tool. It’s ideal to get into the tight space and removes whatever you can pick up on it.
All of Tufx's shovels' blades are made from tempered and heat-treated steel, the strong and uniform powder coating on the blade surface matches with a premium and lightweight fiberglass handle for maximum strength and durability.
Each spade has 2 handle options, one is an extra-large D-grip with shorter handle that provides comfort and control, ideal for working in tight or restricted spaces. Another is a long handle with a cushion secure grip and non-slip surface, absorbing shock and reducing fatigue.
If you have very professional construction jobs to do, TUFX pro-contractor spiked digging shovel should be your first choice. The sharpened teeth tempered blade provides super-cutting powder, and the secure step allows for maximized digging force. It's perfect for heavy-duty construction jobs.