One day you're mowing just fine, and the next your lawn mower is losing power for no apparent reason. It's a problem most of us have faced at one time or another. It can be a head-scratcher, but the solution might be simpler than you think. Follow these troubleshooting steps to determine the cause of a lawn mower losing power.
Every machine needs a little love and care to keep it running, and your lawn mower is no exception. We're dedicated to making sure you get all the use you can get out of your mower, which is why our lawn care experts are excited to share these important lawn mower maintenance tips.
Hi y'all! I'm so excited to share my experience with my new Hustler Dash zero-turn mower (I call her my "Dashing Diva")! I just got it about four weeks ago, and I've definitely learned a lot in that short time.
The perfect lawn might seem unattainable. Perfect things usually do. But our lawn care experts firmly believe that a green, healthy lawn is never out of reach. Here's how you can go above and beyond to achieve lawn perfection this year.
Sometimes it's hard to escape the feeling that the grass is greener on the other side of your neighbor's fence, but it doesn't have to be that way. With a few tricks and some practical know-how, greener grass is within reach. These simple tips from our lawn care experts will have your lawn looking greener in no time.
Maintaining a well-sharpened lawn mower blade is one of the best things you can do for your lawn. Dull blades tear the grass instead of cutting it cleanly, leaving your lawn looking ragged and unhealthy. Now that spring has arrived and there's a long mowing season ahead, it's a great time to make sure your lawn mower's blade is sharp and ready.
The arrival of spring means that mowing season is about to kick into high gear. As always, it's important that you not just mow your lawn, but mow it right. Proper mowing promotes healthy growth and keeps your grass looking great. Here's what you need to know about mowing your lawn the right way.
"How long should my lawn mower last?" It's a question we get asked all the time, and there's no easy answer. Zero-turn lawn mowers tend to outlive most other types of mower, but the life expectancy of your lawn mower depends on how much acreage you have to mow, how much time you spend mowing, and how well you maintain your machine.
Zero turn mowers are great for speed and efficiency, but there is a bit of a learning curve if you're new to operating one. New zero turn mower owners may have a hard time turning without tearing, or creating divots, in the turf. Now that spring has arrived and wet conditions are the norm, it seems like a particularly good time to go over how to operate your zero turn mower without damaging the grass. Luckily, with a healthy lawn and a little know-how, it's not too hard to turn without tearing up the turf.
Choosing the right lawn mower is a matter of balance. Like so many situations, it's not always easy to pick the right tool for the right job, but finding that balance can make all the difference in the world.