Sandra A. Olesen Riding Mowers June 12th, 2018 - 17:00:03
Simply plug in and charge with none of the obvious hazards of dealing with a highly combustible liquid. One of the particular complaints made about gas mowers is their starting. The usual method for starting up involves a pull cord mechanism and in some instances can take several attempts before the engine springs to life. Inevitably this can require some considerable effort not to mention frustration particularly with some more erratic starting mowers. Gas mowers tend to be more difficult to start at the beginning of the mowing season (i.e. spring). Cordless lawn mowers have no such starting difficulties.
Cordless lawn mowers are limited by how long they can run before the battery charge runs out - generally the largest range is a third of an acre from a single charge. However you can increase the range by buying a model where you can remove the battery and then buy a second battery. The power of gas mowers tends to be greater than electric mowers (either corded or cordless) so if you have particularly tricky areas then this may be a consideration for you. However cordless lawn mowers have a number of advantages. The most obvious one being that there are no messy gas or oil cans to deal with.
Obviously most people do not have a flat plot of land so you need to look at only models that are going to be able to mow your lawn. Dont waste your time looking at something that is not going to make your lawn care easy. Here is a list of things to consider when looking for a lawnmower: 1. The grass type. Basically if you have coarse grass with a lot of large weeds you are going to need a lawnmower that can chop the weeds just as easily as it cuts the grass. 2. The amount of land you have to be mowed. If you have several acres of land you more than likely will not be happy with a push mower and you will not be able to use an electric mower and have the yard completed in one day.
The easiest way to mulch your lawn is to use the very grass clippings produced when you mow. As the clippings decompose they return valuable nutrients to the soil including nitrogen which contributes to a bright green color. The clippings need to be small enough so that they break down quickly and they must be spread evenly throughout your lawn. Mulching will also save you time as you will not need to water or fertilize as often and you will no longer need to rake clippings after mowing. Because the clippings need to be of a small size to mulch your lawn with its own clippings you will need to either mow very frequently or invest in a mulching lawn mower.