Features include a fingertip pitch control which adjusts the blade angle up to 10° while the trowel is in use.

The HoverTrowel also has a telescoping handle extending its length from roughly 42″ to 64″ at 6″ increments. This feature gives the trowel the ability to operate in smaller rooms, as well as reaching further onto fresh mortar in larger areas.

A HoverTrowel has two blade settings to facilitate power troweling in even more confined spaces and narrow doorways. All blade types are interchangeable and available in 9-1/2″ x 5″, as well as a smaller guard (with a 25″ diameter) and 14″ x 5″ with a large guard (34″ diameter).


The standard blades are made from HoverTrowel’s famous ASWCR 80 carbon tool steel. This tool steel is very abrasion resistant, dramatically reducing any burnishing. The blades are fastened with snap rings for quick release and easy cleaning and are available in 9-1/2″ and 14″ sizes. Stainless steel and new composite Nylatron blades are available for more abrasive aggregates and to assure overtroweling will not produce unsightly burnishing, normally associated with the much heavier conventional power trowels on lighter pigmented and decorative quartz floors. New mahogany combination blades are available for applications where steel cannot be used.