Do you know the difference between mulching blades and standard blades?
Knowing the terminology associated with lawn mowers will make repairs and maintenance much easier.
Just in case you aren’t familiar with any of the terms you may come across when dealing with lawn mowers, here is a guide to help you!
So your lawn is looking a little rough, and there is no chance of the grass coming back.
Maybe you just had a bad bout with grubs and you don’t have a lawn at all.
In any case, you are faced with a very important decision, seed or sod?
Both will get you a great looking lawn, but there are a lot of factors that you will need to consider before you make your final decision.
See them here:
Thinking of getting a snow blower? Do you plan on waiting until the last minute, or maybe even until right after the season so that you can get one on clearance?
Think again, these are not the best times to get a quality snow blower that will last.
Your lawn doesn’t look as lively as it once did. You water it, it gets sun, you cut it regularly, what is going on?
There are some little things that go on with your lawn that you may have never even thought of!
Here are 5 factors that you may not have realized could have such a profound effect on your lawns health:
When you think of the perfect yard, you probably get the image of a perfectly level, striped lawn in your mind.
But how do you get your yard to look so great?
Here are some pointers to help you achieve that perfect lawn that you have always imagined!
Zero Turn, Walk Behind, Riding mower….so many kinds of mowers, and they all accomplish the same task! Cutting your grass.
Since all will get the job done, it should be an easy choice right?
Not so fast, each mower is very different, while they all cut grass, they have features that are specific to each kind of mower, and some of those features may not be right for you!
While the luxury of a zero turn is appealing, and it looks like a lot of fun to drive, if you have a small yard, a zero turn may not be the best option!
This guide will help you determine what mower is the best for your needs!
2 cycle, 2 stroke, 4 cycle, 4 stroke, what’s the difference?
You may have heard engines referred to as both “cycle” and “stroke”, the truth is, those words are interchangeable, but what really makes the difference is the number in front of the word.