Which One Is The Better Option?
Let’s have a quick look at the things you should consider when choosing a lawnmower. They’ll help you in determining the type of mower that will work best for you.
Size Of Your Lawn
If you have a lawn that’s below one acre or one that takes you less than 45 minutes to mow, a push mower may be your best pick. That’s because the speed and efficiency of a zero-turn mower don’t make as much difference when working on small yards. After all, you cannot speed in those tight spaces.
Both zero-turn mowers and push mowers come in a wide range of options cutting across different price tags. The cost increases depending on the features of a mower. But, generally, zero-turn mowers cost significantly higher than push mowers.
Walk-behind mowers require you to walk behind the mower, guiding it where to mow. A z-turn mower, on the other hand, is a type of ride-on mower. The operator steers the mower while sitting behind two hand levers. These are more comfortable and less tiring.
Steepness Of Your Lawn
The design of a z-turn mower makes it unstable on some hills. They’re excellent for use in flat areas or on slopes that are less than 15 degrees. Thus, if your lawn is mostly steep, a walk-behind mower may be your best pick. Keep in mind that these are just a few factors to keep in mind when trying to determine which type of mower is best suitable for your situation. Please click below to take a look at what mower options we offer at M&D Enterprises
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