Short of installing a couple of goats to graze in the yard, there are many choices for types of lawn mowers. It’s a cruel, cruel summer. Think of it as an excuse to purchase power tools!
In the future, the Robotic lawn mower lawnmower will charge itself up and at a prescribed time it will hit the garage door opener, drive onto the lawn, mow the lawn, and re-dock itself in its charging bay, and then close the garage door when it’s done; pretty cool.
If your lawn is under an acre you are probably looking for a regular walking Husqvarna mower. If your yard is really small and easy to mow, you might even want one of the manual push mowers. If the yard is tiny and you don’t want to mess with having to keep gas and oil in a motor, or emissions the manual mower is fine. If the yard is on the larger side you may choose a walking mower that is self-propelled, especially if the yard is hilly or has thick grass. For these types of yards you also want areal rear drive mower.
The easiest way to mulch your grass is by purchasing a mulching Autonomous mower. As you mow, the grass clippings are dispersed evenly over the lawn. There are several benefits to mulching your grass clippings.
A dirty deck can cause your mower to work harder than it should and to burn more fuel. It can also damage your lawn. Cleaning the deck is relatively simple and should be done after each use. Simply turn the mower onto its side, carefully positioning it so that motor oil does not leak into the fuel system. Then scrape or hose off lawn clippings from the deck of the mower. If possible, spray silicone lubricant onto the deck to reduce build up during use. Make sure the mower is completely off before cleaning the deck to avoid injury.
Most people find front wheel self-propelled lawn mowers to be the best selection. These mowers are simple to control. They cost less than rear-propelled models.
In light of the green movement, the recent gas price escalation, people’s desire to save time and business’s desire to optimize labor costs, robotic lawn mowers are here to stay.