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Where is the best place to buy a lawnmower?
Authorised lawnmower dealers, such as MowOn are best placed to offer you advice on the most suitable lawnmowers and garden equipment for your garden. MowOn Garden Machinery, Groundcare Equipment & Tools are authorised dealers and offer independent advice when purchasing garden machinery or groundcare equipment.

How can I get advice on the right lawnmower for my garden?
At MowOn, as an authorised lawnmower dealer we will take into account the size of your garden the type of cut you require, the terrain and whether you require collection or mulching options.

How can I get a quotation or prices for lawnmowers?
As an authorised lawn mower dealer we can offer competitive prices and you will also benefit from the manufacturers warranty cover and where possible we may be able to offer either; a trade in against your current machine or a discount, so we can ensure that we offer a product which is fully supported and competitively priced.

Is buying a lawn mower online a good idea?
When you buy online make sure that the machine is covered by a UK warranty. You should also look to see if the lawnmower is delivered fully assembled, tested and ready to mow by a local lawnmower dealer. If not you will have to assemble the machine yourself and you will need to ensure that you do this correctly, as it will affect any warranty claims, should there be an issue!

Is the size of the lawn mower blade important?
The answer is YES, the size of the blade will determine how fast you cut the lawn. If you have a large garden you will need a bigger blade. At MowOn we can help you to work out what is required and then offer a range of machinery to suit your needs, also offer imparshal advice so that you have peace of mind.

How powerful an lawn mower engine will I need?
The size of your garden will determine the type of power unit such as electric or petrol the engine size and the type of cutting blade and their size.

What type of lawn mower collection systems will I need?
Medium to large gardens can generate a huge amount of grass clippings. The type of lawn collection system you choose is important. Collection systems vary in size and type and again a professional dealer is in the best position to advise you.

Mulching or multi-clip lawn mowers benefits?
An alternative to a lawnmower with a collection system is a mulching or multi-clip mower. These mowers cut clippings into tiny particles which are sent back into the lawn. As a result, you save time and return valuable nutrients back into the lawn. At MowOn we have access to a range of different machines that may be suitable for your gardening needs,  If you would like more information please give us a call

Before buying a lawn mower what information is required?
Work out the size of your garden this a probably the most important part, make a rough drawing and highlight any obstacles such as trees. Make a note of the terrain is it even or hilly or combination of both.  Also, consider accessibility to the lawn is important so measure the gate widths.

What different types of machinery are there? 
Mulching lawn mowers recycle grass clippings by finely cutting and re-cutting the grass concealing cuttings within the standing grass to wilt and decompose thereby feeding the soil.

Recycling or mulching the grass in this way also saves time as there's no more stopping to empty the grass collector - no more bagging up clippings and taking them to the tip, or having unsightly piles of rotting grass around your garden either.  Please note that you will need a lawn mower specifically designed as a mulching mower to recycle the grass correctly.  Unlike conventional mowers which collect grass clippings, new style mulching lawnmowers operate a system which recycles the clippings as you mow.

Mulching lawnmowers chop the grass clippings into fine particles then push the particles right down into the turf out of sight. There are no grass bags or collectors to empty - no trips to the compost heap or tip. The result is a perfect lawn finish that's 30% quicker.

Mulching lawnmowers are environmentally friendly and according to research, a lawn of ½ acre can generate as much as 4½ tonnes of grass cuttings in a year. Without recycling this is an incredible waste of resources, collecting this grass is also a waste of time and effort when there is an alternative.

Using a mulching mower recycles grass clippings in a way that actually feeds the soil. As the clippings decompose nutrients and fertilisers are returned to the soil, you can cut the grass and fertilise at the same time.

Some gardeners are concerned about the build up of "thatch" on their lawn and wonder if lawn mulching might create a problem. Contact us and we will explain why mulching mowers actually prevent thatch!

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Do you need a little extra help, advice and guidance before you buy a Lawnmower?

Buying Tips - Quick tips for buying a lawnmower

  • Work out the size of your garden
  • Draw a rough plan and highlight obstacles
  • Note the terrain, banking, uneven surfaces
  • Distances of garden from power supply
  • Access width of gates or access points
  • Size of garden shed or garage for the machine
  • Distance to the tip or compost heap
  • Establish the finish such as stripes
  • Who will use the mower?
  • What is your budget?
  • Do you have a machine to trade in?
  • How long do you expect it to last?