Electric vs. Gas Lawn Mowers – The Key Differences
Authored by Jemma Petts
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Authored by Jemma Petts
From battery-powered (cordless) electric lawn mowers, to corded electric mowers, to gas mowers, homeowners have several equipment options for cutting their grass. But what is the best type of lawn mower? Each mower has distinct advantages and disadvantages, making certain machines better suited to some owners and properties than others. Read on to learn more about electric versus gas mowers, so you can decide which works best for your needs.
While they boast many pros, battery-powered mowers have some cons, including:
Battery-powered models may have supplanted corded in electric mower dominance, but corded mowers still have their place, such as in small urban yards. The pros of corded electric mowers include:
It’s important to note that corded electric mowers have some cons, including:
Despite the growing adoption of electric mowers, gas lawn mowers are still favored by many and remain the go-to choice for yards larger than ⅓ acre. The pros of gas mowers include:
Gas-powered mowers do have some cons, including:
Bottom line—choosing between a gas or electric mower isn’t hard. As you consider your options, let the size and condition of the lawn you need to maintain and the qualities that are important to you guide the way.
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