Greenworks commercial lawn care equipment
GIE 2021 was a big eye opener for us. After a year break with the rest of the world, we had 24 months of product development to catch up on. It was the perfect time for Greenworks Commercial Lawn Care Equipment to find a legitimate reason to get rid of gas equipment.
Why should you consider switching to commercial lawn care equipment from Greenworks?
If you’re a lawn care professional, you probably know the key benefits of battery-powered equipment:
- Little noise
- Reduced emissions
- Less maintenance
Recently, California put a ban on the sale of many gas-powered categories, including generators and lawn care equipment, effective January 1, 2024. This could mark another move away from gasoline, but battery-powered devices were quickly gaining market share. Some municipalities, large campuses, and certain neighborhoods already prohibit the use of at least some gas appliances.
If you want to continue providing lawn care services in these areas, you will need battery powered devices. If you don’t, you may still want to add battery power to at least one crew as an option for customers who prefer to do so for one reason or another. Since there are still not many battery crews in many areas of the country, you can charge a premium for these services and be more profitable at the end of the day.
Greenworks Commercial Lawn Care Equipment: What’s Different?
Greenworks’ commercial tools are not new. The 82V line has been around for years and the 24V / 48V line is becoming more and more established. What really knocked us off our feet at GIE was the new generation of devices that are now available.
Across the board, the handheld tools are lighter and more powerful than before. The walk-behind mowers have more power and reach an equivalent of 160 cc. The ZT, stand-on and commercial vehicle ranges are making progress. even the battery has been ergonomically upgraded so that it can be charged and discharged more easily. There’s also a 6-port rolling fan-cooled charger to keep your crew in the game.
The point is, Greenworks Commercial lawn care equipment now has the tools to help you switch from gasoline to battery without sacrificing performance and completely changing the way you mow. Even if you’re not entirely sure about this whole battery-powered movement, it’s worth visiting your local Greenworks Commercial dealer to see the tools for yourself and schedule a demo.
When you’re ready to take the plunge, check out some of the deals they’re running right now. For a limited time, there are some great discounts on battery and charger tools around the price of bare tools.
Greenworks Commercial also offers discounts of up to 20% on handheld and walk-behind devices as part of its Green Fleet program.
Have you converted your professional lawn care professional or home to battery operation? Tell us about it in the comments below!