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What’s the Best Time for Lawn Mowing?

Posted July 17, 2017 by 41 Comments

What time do you normally mow your lawn?

Figuring out the best time of day to mow your lawn is a tricky endeavor. Its a decision that not only should be based on when its most comfortable for you, but more importantly when its more comfortable for your lawn. Below we explain what the best and worst times are to mow your lawn.

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Fabricated vs Stamped Mower Decks

Posted July 17, 2017 by 4 Comments

Fabricated vs Stamped, whats the difference?

People will see when they’re buying a lawn mower that majority of the time it will say whether its fabricated or stamped. Some people don’t even pay attention to this difference, some wonder what does fabricated and stamped mean? Below will explain the difference between the two mower decks.

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Lawn Care After a Flood of Rain

Posted July 14, 2017 by 1 Comment

Is your lawn looking like a swamp all of a sudden?

Heavy amounts of rain can cause grass to be drowned into air pockets of soil, cutting off oxygen. Constant dampness promotes disease, fungus and lichens, while flooding can seep away nutrients necessary for healthy growth. Below are our tips for what you should do to your lawn before, during, and after a heavy dosage of rain.

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What Type of Gasoline Does Your Small Engine Equipment Need?

Posted July 14, 2017 by

Not sure what type or grade of gas to use in your outdoor power equipment?

Yes different types of equipment may need different types of fuel. That lawn mower of yours isn’t gonna use the same type of gasoline as your generator would. Below we list the most common types of power equipment people own along with the gasoline they should be using for each one.


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What Type Of Mulch Are You Using?

Posted July 13, 2017 by

The best type of mulch is one that fits your needs both functionally and aesthetically, so the answer is not the same for everyone. Every type of mulch has strengths and weaknesses, making it suitable for certain situations. Our list will provide both pros and cons of each type of mulch.

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Tips for Selling Your Used Lawn Mower

Posted July 13, 2017 by

Done using that mower of yours but also want to make some extra cash?

You may be done using that mower of yours but someone else will see it as an upgrade. Being able to sell a used mower instead of just sending it to the dump is a great way to make some extra cash. Our tips will give you a greater chance of getting the best price for your mower, lets take a look.

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How to get a Great Deal When Buying a Used Generator

Posted July 13, 2017 by 1 Comment

In need of a generator but don’t want to empty your pockets?

Whether your buying one for your home or business, many people are buying used standby generators. It’s a great way to get a high quality generator at a reasonable price. But there are important factors to consider before purchasing, here’s a look of what we think is most important.
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How Not to Get Ripped Off When Buying a Used Mower

Posted July 12, 2017 by 1 Comment

Don’t want to spend the money on a new mower, but afraid of buying a lemon?

Buying used products can be a great way to save money and stay within your budget. But there are plenty of things to consider, especially for a lawn mower before purchasing. Below are our tips of what you should do before purchasing a used mower.

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How to Make Your Yard Look Professional For Under $100

Posted July 12, 2017 by

Is Your Money Getting Trimmed Just Like Your Lawn?

Lawn care can become expensive very quick, wouldn’t it be nice if you could spend less than $100 and still have your lawn looking nice. These 10 tips can keep your yard in tip-top shape while saving you some cash.

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What Type of Grass Do I Have?

Posted July 12, 2017 by

Wait I thought grass is just grass? There’s a lot more than you might think!

Establishing a healthy lawn takes proper care, but knowing what type of grass you do have can have a profound impact on your approach towards your lawn. Different types of grasses appear all throughout the United States, lets take a look.

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