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For weed whacking, mowing, snowblowing, and beyond, momentum is growing rapidly for electric lawn and garden equipment.

Lawn and Garden manufacturers like Toro and Stihl are now on the cutting edge, offering a growing array of all-electric, battery-powered mowers, blowers, trimmers, snow blowers, and more. Suppose you’re a homeowner or lawn care professional looking for high-output all-electric battery-powered equipment for lawn maintenance, landscaping, and more, but would like to ditch the smelly gas cans and oil. In that case, you’re in luck, because each year more and more all-electric battery-powered products are finding their way into America’s yards. This year, for example, Toro will introduce its’ first-ever all-electric battery-powered zero turn mower that is slated to be available later this year. We offer a wide variety of new, used, and clearance machines at three convenient locations. Need a rental? We have everything from attachments to skid steers available for daily, weekly or monthly rates! 

Get the latest electric lawn & garden products, call 763-307-2800.

Electric Lawn & Garden Q&A:

Everything you need to know before you buy electric lawn & garden equipment.

What are the benefits of battery-operated lawn & garden products?

The promise of efficient, quiet, non-polluting electric mowing technology is finally here on a large scale, as well for trimmers, chainsaws, snowblowers, and more. As you invest in green lawn and garden technology, your return will come in multiple forms — lower fuel costs, more work hours in a day, government incentives to go green, and lower maintenance costs associated with gas engines. Plus, no more smelly gasoline on your hands.

  • Lawn Mowers – Some benefits of electric mowers would be no spark plugs, no fuel filters, no oil to change, no gas, may save you money, and are quieter!
  • Snow Blowers – Electric snow blowers don’t need oil changes, they don’t need new spark plugs, and they don’t require gasoline. The only real maintenance they require is wiping down any part that gets especially dirty or salty and recharging the batteries.
  • Chainsaws – Electric chainsaws are light and compact, so they’re easier to carry around. They are quieter than gas chainsaws and don’t leave the smell of gas in their wake. What’s more, when using an electric chainsaw, you don’t have to worry about mixing oil and gas.
  • Trimmers – Electric Trimmers are easy to handle, less expensive, and a lot quieter than their gas-powered counterpart.
  • Blowers – Some of the most common benefits of an electric blower over a gas blower are weight, noise, and exhaust fumes. Electric units are typically lighter and make a lot less noise than gasoline units, though they are often less powerful as well.

How long do battery-powered lawn mowers last?

With proper maintenance, battery-powered lawn mowers should last between eight and 10 years. However, because a battery’s charge capacity decreases over time, you will likely need to replace the battery after about five years.

How much does a battery-powered lawn mower cost?

Battery mowers are typically more expensive than gas mowers, in large part because of the cost of their lithium-ion battery. But you can now buy a high-quality, competitively priced, battery mower for around $300. Both Toro and Stihl have many nice options.

What are the advantages of an electric chainsaw over a gas chainsaw?

An electric chainsaw has a multitude of benefits over a gas-powered device. They are much better for the environment due to the lack of harmful fumes. They are also much more affordable since the actual devices themselves require less expensive components and less maintenance, and you don’t need to buy gas!

Do electric lawn mowers offer enough power?

Electric mowers are cheaper than gas mowers and are usually powerful enough to tackle most lawns. If you have long, thick grass, or try to cut the grass when it’s wet, this can overtax a low-power electric mower, so choose your mower wisely to meet your needs. But electric mowers can usually tackle the same tasks as a gas-powered mower for most smaller lawns.

Can electric mowers cut thick, tall grass?

The blade on a battery-powered mower does not have the level of torque boosted by gas-powered mowers. That means an electric mower cannot handle tall, thick grass or weeds as effectively as its gas cousin.

How many times can you charge a Stihl battery?

For example, STIHL batteries in the PRO cordless system can be fully recharged up to 1200 times.