Self-Propelled Mowers Handle Hilly Terrains Easily
Self-Propelled Mowers Makes Lawn Mowing Easier and Bearable
The self-propelled lawn mower requires the user to guide it around the area to be mowed. (Find a large selection below.) The mower does all of the hard work and does not require any pushing like its counterparts. This will save lots of wear and tear on your back. As many home owners know, lawn mowing can be a very time-consuming chore. Finding a lawn mower to make this task easier is just what the doctor ordered.
People tend to think of mowing the lawn as backbreaking, sweat-inducing work. However, self-propelled lawnmowers can make the task of mowing a lot more bearable, especially if you have hilly or uneven terrain to maintain. All you have to do is guide the mower; it does all the rest. Some self-propelled lawnmowers practically pull you up the hill, saving you the effort of pushing.
Advantages of Self-Propelled Mowers
Below are some advantages of using a self-propelled lawn mower.
- You have hilly and uneven terrain
- The speed of the mower is controlled by the operator
- Have a large yard to mow
- Mows faster and easier than push models
- You do not want to push the mower
- You guide the mower
- Mows easier through thick grass
- Good for lawns up to 1/2 acre
- Less physical exercise
Disadvantages of Self-propelled Mowers
Below are some of the disadvantages of a self-propelled lawn mower.
- More expensive
- Requires more maintenance than push mowers
- Noisy (may require hearing protection)
- Require more repairs than other models
These mowers can bag, mulch and throw grass clippings out of the side discharge. You decide on which method to use.