Commercial Lawn Mowers
In the current market, commercial mowers are fully equipped, gas-powered, cutting, mulching, often zero-turn radius machines. For commercial lawn care companies, these mowers are their pride and joy as they save time, labor costs and money. Most lawn care contracts pay by the job and not by the hour, so commercial model producers are making their units faster, more reliable and even a bit trendier.
From huge commercial lawn care companies to the mom and pap lawn care duo, commercial mowers not only get the job done, but also make the yard look excellent. With any commercial models, such as those quality models made and built by companies like Snapper, John Deere and the upper-priced MTD models, you could pay upwards near ten-thousand dollars or more, but the quality will be unsurpassed and for those lawn care companies lucky enough to work year round, it will bring in definite profits in a short time.
Besides industrial strength riding mowers, lawn care companies often buy commercial push behind mowers, or trimming and trimmer mowers. Companies like Honda and even Toro have been getting decent reviews for their commercial-grade, walk-behind (and self-propelled) models. Plus, these companies (especially Honda) are making mowers that run quietly and efficiently for those sleepy, ever quiet homes in suburbia.
Commercial mowing companies that we’ve researched seem satisfied with their professional-grade models. With such high-end purchases, there seems to be fair warranties that cover the engine and transmission for at one to three years.
Overall, commercial mowers are an excellent investment if you foresee a decent profit or return. A commercial model might also be necessary if you own a lot of land that needs mowed frequently; where quickness and a great look is key. In any regard, search online and read different reviews if you're thinking of joining the commercial, industrial strength mowing family.