What does Electric Mowing include?
Our Electric Mowing service is available weekly or bi-weekly, and designed to keep your yard looking its best all season long. Our equipment is electric and powered by solar, providing a cleaner, quieter, and safer experience for you, your family, and our team.
- Trimming tight spaces
- Edging along hard surfaces
- Blowing off clippings from sidewalks & driveway
- Removing any air-blown debris from your yard
Our Service Area
Our electric mowing services are currently available in Bel Air, Abingdon, Forest Hill, Edgewood and Belcamp.
Choosing an electric lawn service over a traditional gas-powered service comes with several benefits. One of the main advantages is that the equipment used in electric lawn mowing is much cleaner and produces no emissions. This means that you can enjoy a fresh and healthy lawn without worrying about the impact your lawn care maintenance has on the environment. Electric lawn care equipment also operates much quieter which makes it perfect if you have young children napping or anxious pets, work from home, or work nights and sleep during the day. Learn more about the environmental benefits of switching from gas to electric here.
How does billing work?
Our mowing season begins in April and runs through November, but customers have the option to pause or cancel their service at any time. We make payment simple and easy by using a card on file system, and bill after the completion of each service.
Why don’t we bag the grass cuttings?
Leaving grass clippings on the lawn can actually promote healthy growth by providing natural nutrients and moisture to the soil. It’s also more environmentally friendly and saves time and money compared to bagging and disposing of the clippings. Learn more about grass-cycling here.
Why do we prefer push mowers over of zero-turn mowers?
As an eco-friendly lawn care company, we choose to use push mowers instead of zero-turn mowers for several reasons.
- Push mowers are much more environmentally friendly than their gas-powered counterparts.
- Push mowers are more energy-efficient than zero-turn mowers.
- Using push mowers also causes less damage to the lawn.
Overall, we believe that using push mowers is the best choice for our business, our clients, and the environment.