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Considerations when renting or leasing a mower

If you are renting a mower, you have to think about the size of the job first. This will dictate the size you choose, and the power it offers. Think about how tough the job will be as well, to make sure you are getting a machine that is capable of doing the work without any issues. If you choose one as an attachment to your tractor, be sure that you are capable of hitching to the mower with no trouble.

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Gravely 452 Zero Turn Mower - 52" Deck w/ Mulch Kit

  52″ 7-gauge fabricated and welded X-FACTOR deck design assures lasting performance and durability including a 1/2″ wear bar integrated into the deck and two additional gussets g ...
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Gravely 260 Zero Turn Mower- 60" Deck w/ Mulch Kit

Dual Hydro-Gear® Commercial™ ZT-5400 Hydrostatic Transmission 7-Gauge Fabricated and Welded X-Factor® Deck Design Full-Suspension Seat: Cradles the operator in comfort,  ...
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Features of mowers

The main feature of the mowers will be the blades, naturally. Depending on the mower you choose, the size of the blades can vary, as can their cutting capacity. In addition, most of the mowers will allow you to change the height at which you are cutting the grass so you can get a uniform cut at the height you need. This is essential for most landscaping jobs large and small.

In addition, the mowers contain engines which power them. Gas and diesel powered mowers are both common. As always, those that have diesel engines tend to have more overall power, and they can be great for large jobs.

How mowers work

There are different types of mowers out there. Some are able to attach to tractors, others are ride-on mowers, and still others are push mowers. While they do have their differences, all of them complete the same primary function - cutting grass and weeds. Some of the larger machines are capable of chewing through high grass, debris, and more without any trouble. Others may have smaller blades and greater care needs to be used when mowing. The majority of those using industrial quality or commercial quality mowers will be doing large landscaping and grounds keeping work. However, they can also be a benefit to private homeowners who have large tracts of land they need to tame.

About mowers

There are differences between residential and high quality commercial mowers, and it's important that you understand the difference. The mowers typically used in residential settings have limited power, as they are generally for smaller jobs. Larger mowers, whether they are standalone or connect to a tractor, are helpful for much larger jobs, such as keeping the grounds in good shape at a park or on any large plot of land.

Mower Applications

  • Grounds Keeping
  • Landscaping
  • Home
  • Commercial Properties

Mower Manufacturers

  • John Deere
  • Kubota
  • Honda
  • EverRide

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