The most important aspect of choosing the right lawnmower is finding out what type of cutting you will be doing. The types of grass can be different as well but knowing the size of the lawn is key. Smaller lawns generally use smaller mowers but make sure when choosing a mower that the turn radius is sharp enough. Do you have a fence, a tree box, bushes, where you will need a mower that can cut sharp angles? Know the dimensions and obstacles in your lawn and which mower can move around them.
Depending on the size of your lawn you can get a push mower and a riding mower. If you have a very big lawn then a riding mower may be a good option as sometimes push mowers can be bad on the back if they are used for long stretches of time. But if you really want the exercise there are push mowers which are better on the back than others, so make sure you check out the different models.
One thing to know before purchasing a mower is if you want to bag the grass as it is cut or afterwards. If you have a smaller lawn than a bagged mower is a good option as it bags up all the grass as it is cut. On larger lawns the bags can become full quicker and slow the mower down.
So know the size of your lawn and pick the lawnmower that will suit it, and you, best. You can also ask a professional at a lawnmower retailer as they should ask you what kind of lawn you have before buying the lawnmower.
Article Source: https://www.bharatbhasha.com
Article Url: https://www.bharatbhasha.com/home_improvement.php/48220
Article Added on Wednesday, September 13, 2006
|home improvement >> Top 50 Articles on Home Improvement|
|Category - >|