Using an electric powered lawnmower offers several advantages to push mowers and gasoline powered cutters. Besides reducing the overall carbon footprint, they’re lightweight, which makes them easier to maneuver and quick to start and store when you’re finished. No matter the size of your yard, there’s an electric mower that will make maintaining it easy. Keep reading to find out which lawnmower is right for you.

This plugs into a standard outlet for continuous use, No battery charge is needed. Greenworks

Just like electric cars, electric lawn mowers are much quieter than their gasoline-fueled counterparts. This means they function just as powerfully, but without the added noise or turbulence of a traditional motor. You won’t disturb your neighbors and you’ll enjoy a smoother push while you work.

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Sensor technology allows this machine to expertly adjust to your preferred cutting height and tackle any length of grass. Snapper

When looking for an electric lawnmower, consider the benefits of both corded and uncorded grass cutters. If you prefer to have an uninterrupted power source without having to keep up with a rechargeable battery, you may want to opt for a corded mower. If you don’t mind remembering to remove and recharge a battery between uses, or you simply don’t want the hassle of moving the cord as you cut, a cordless mower could be a better choice for you.

Push a single button to power up and then easily fold to store. Greenworks

Electric lawnmowers run entirely on a renewable energy source, which eliminates the hazards and environmental impact associated with gasoline and oil. You never have to stop and refill the gas, or worry about safely storing or using gasoline. Best of all, the mower base folds up so you can store upright and save precious square footage in your shed or garage.