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4HP Briggs & Stratton Recoil Start Engine

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Briggs & Stratton 8.50 Gross Torque (190cc) Recoil Start Engine
Cutting Width
22 inches

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Briggs & Stratton 8.50 Gross Torque (190cc) Recoil Start Engine
Cutting Width
22 inches

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Briggs & Stratton 8.50 Gross Torque (190cc) Recoil Start Engine
Self-Propelled Drive System
Cutting Width
24 inches

Commercial Push Mowers and Edgers

Navigating the world of garden tools can be daunting and confusing. With so many exciting options available to look after your lawn, it can be hard to know which product is right for you. Here at Bradley Mowers, we take pride in matching our customers with products that suit their needs. That's why we always recommend purchasing commercial lawn mowers over conventional residential models due to their efficiency and life span. You don't have to worry about common problems, such as overheating or not covering enough ground with these models.

If you're looking for something a bit less intimidating than the standard sit-on models available, enter commercial push lawn mowers. These are the ideal solution if you're looking for a smaller-scale product that does the job. Here's what you need to know.

Commercial Push Mowers, Trimmers and Edgers

If you're looking for a reliable garden tool that covers a modest area of ground, it's best to stick with commercial push mowers. Suitable for small areas of land, push mowers require you to walk along with them while you tend to your grass. Standing over your lawn mower while mowing helps you see exactly what you're doing and whether or not you need to change anything up. Commercial push mowers are best used in conjunction with commercial lawn edgers and commercial trimmers. These tools help you get areas that are hard to reach with standard lawn mowers, such as slopes or sides.

Battery vs. Gas Push Mowers

Battery lawn mowers are generally considered easier to maintain than gas push mowers. They tend to be smaller, making them easy to move around and store. This means they don't require as much maintenance, such as oil replacements, filter changes, etc. They are a more environmentally friendly choice and aren't as loud as gas models.

Gas models, on the other hand, tend to do a much better job when cutting tall grass. They have much more power behind them and are regarded as more affordable. Both of these models work well for commercial or residential use. The type of lawn mower you go for depends on your circumstances and preferences.

Straight vs. Curved Shaft Trimmers

Trimmers with curved shafts are used for cutting hard-to-reach areas, such as around flower beds and on the sides of lawns. These are especially helpful when trying to target awkward angles your mower can't get to.

Trimmers with straight shafts are generally used for standard jobs that require lots of power. This can be helpful for jobs under decks or behind large hedges or trees.

Push vs. Stick Edgers

Push edgers help create defined borders between edges and grass. They look great and can help elevate your lawn.

Stick edgers are used for edging things, such as driveways and walkways. Both push and stick edgers can be suitable for looking after a lawn. It just depends on personal preference and the type of space you're working with.

Get In Touch

Bradley Mowers is an outdoor power equipment manufacturer located on a 14-acre complex one hour south of Chicago, Illinois. With over 300,000 sq. ft. of warehouse space, We are well positioned to distribute its products throughout the United States. Please feel free to call 815-935-8383 or fill out our online form with any questions or concerns you may have.

Commercial Push Mowers and Edgers FAQs

What Are the Advantages of Using a Commercial Push Mower Over Other Types of Mowers?

Push mowers are more affordable than self-propelled ones, helping you save money. The gas-powered models can handle the most challenging grass-cutting tasks and offer lasting results. Push mowers are also easier to operate and maneuver compared to other types of mowers. 

How Do I Maintain My Commercial Push Mower or Edger?

Clean the air filter and change the oil every 6 months. You also need to replace the spark plug every 2 years. When storing the lawn mower, ensure its wheels are on a level surface to avoid oil leakage. Additionally, store it in a well-ventilated area away from the furnace.

Can I Use a Commercial Push Mower on Steep Hills?

Yes, you can use a push mower for steep hills because it's easy to maneuver. Just don't mow when the ground is wet, as it can become slippery and dangerous. Also, don't stop or start the mower on a slope.

Are There Any Specific Safety Precautions I Should Take When Using a Commercial Push Mower or Edger?

Wear protective clothing, including gloves, when handling the blades. Never go near the mower deck when the engine is running; rotating blades can cut or amputate fingers. If you need to adjust the cutting height, always turn off the engine first. 

How Do I Choose the Right Commercial Push Mower or Edger for My Needs?

One thing to consider is the size of your lawn. You may need a bigger mower with more horsepower for a bigger yard or lawn. Electric motors require less maintenance and are more affordable, but they're not as powerful as gas-powered mowers. Go for gas models if your yard has difficult terrain.