Electric Lawn Mowers
Electric lawn mowers have come a long way over the last few years. Early models required corded connections, which were tricky to manage––but the cord has been cut. Newer cordless electric mowers are similar in cost to their gas-powered mowers counterparts, and much of the upfront cost can be recovered since electricity is a less expensive fuel and electric motors require less maintenance. Mowing electrically offers many options through the availability of cordless or corded push mowers, electric riding mowers for residential and commercial use, and robotic mowers for those homeowners that would like to spend that time, previously wasted on mowing, with family members enjoying other summer activities!
Electric mowers are suitable for most lawn care needs, with batteries that typically require about one to two hours to fully charge, and most batteries can run for a full hour. If you have a small yard with few or no obstacles, a corded electric mower is a even more budget friendly choice.