Getting Your First Lawn Mower: What You Need to Know Before You Buy

Your lawn would not clean itself. For that, you would need the help of a lawn mower. Now, while it can be tempting to go out and just buy the first lawn mower that you come across with, that may not be the right thing to do. You have to keep in mind that there’s a specific lawn mower for each job on hand, and knowing which one does which job best can make sure that you make the most of your mower. Continue reading Getting Your First Lawn Mower: What You Need to Know Before You Buy

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Tips on Choosing from the Different Snow Blowers

When getting a snow blower, the first thing that you have to consider would be the kind of pathway that you have. Keep in mind that different pathway materials would mean different types of snow blowers.

Snow blowers can generally be classified into two single-stage and two-stage. A single-stage snow blower tends to be lighter in weight compared to a two-stage snow blower. That being the case, they are more suited for smaller jobs. Continue reading Tips on Choosing from the Different Snow Blowers

How to Treat and Prevent Stale Gas From Your Cub Cadet Snow Blowers?

One huge problem with maintaining snow blowers is that you always have to make sure that the lubricants and fuel haven’t gotten stale yet. Many people commonly encounter this problem after the first snowfall, with snow blowers refusing to start, much to the consternation of the owners. Oftentimes, this problem is due to stale gas/oil.
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Choosing the Best Toro Lawn Mower for Easy Mowing and a Beautiful Yard


In most places, homeowners have to mow their lawns for about half the year. Choosing an ideal lawn mower for your yard makes the job much easier. There are many different types of mowers, and Toro mowers are among the top-selling models in all categories. Here are some of the most popular options.

Quiet Electric Mowers

The Toro e-Cycler 20360 is a cordless electric lawn mower with 36 volts of power. It can take care of thick grass and small twigs, and it has excellent battery life, enough juice to mow about one-third of an acre. You can charge the battery to 70 percent in a few hours, and a full charge takes 12 hours. The e-Cycler 20360 is extremely quiet, especially compared to the roar of a traditional gas mower. It’s also about 20 pounds lighter than a gas-powered Toro lawn mower.
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Efficiency and Power: Making the Big Play for Two-Stage Snow Blowers


The winter season may not be far off as of this writing, but that only means additional preparations for the onset of the cold. Part of that effort requires acquiring two-stage snow blowers to go into action when the snow becomes too thick for anyone’s taste. Making the purchase through companies such as Denny’s Lawn and Garden can serve that purpose.

The Look and Feel

Snowblowers come in either single-stage or two-stage models, and you need to learn what makes them different. A single-stage snowblower functions by using its auger to pick up the snow and channel it to the snow chute in one motion. They are usually engineered to work in snowdrifts of no more than ten inches high and only on paved surfaces.
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Using Your Lawn Mower to Do an All-Stripes Routine on Your Property


Some homeowners may take pride in a property that has a large lawn where the loved ones can enjoy playing in. There are those, on the other hand, who see the expanse as a canvas waiting to be manicured in another eccentric way, like putting in a stripe or design on it, as an article in The Art of Manliness postulates.

Line Up

People who admire well-trimmed greens like, say, a football field or a baseball field, will not run out of words to say about the setup of any lines on the grass. It is a common idea that the lawn mower’s blades are set to varying heights to achieve the right consistency of the lines. It is simply a case of the blades being bent to the right angle and finding ways to make a good line.
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