Lawn Equipment


Electrification isn’t just for inside the home. Your garage is full of opportunities to “go electric” and many of the rechargeable batteries can be interchangeable with other power tools.

Lawn edgers and trimmers are available with electric cords or rechargeable batteries. While battery life has room for improvement, the machine doesn’t require much maintenance and is lighter than a gas model. A corded model will provide consistent power, but could be a safety hazard if you’re not careful watching where you walk. Be sure to inspect cords and discontinue using them if there is fraying visible. 

Electric lawn mowers are also available. While offering a more quiet experience, be sure to research how long batteries last to determine whether an electric mower will work for your property.

For members who have a long list of things they’d rather do on a weekend than mow a lawn, robotic lawn mowers have arrived! Think of it as a Roomba® for your lawn that also returns to its charging station when it senses the battery is getting low. Some of the top versions on the market are Landroid, Husqvarna, McCulloch and Robomow. Prices can vary by model. Check with your local retailer for more information.


*Incentives are currently not available for lawn equipment.

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Electric Lawn Mowers

Electric lawn mowers have come a long way over the last few years. Early models required corded connections, which were tricky to manage––but the cord has been cut. Newer cordless electric mowers are similar in cost to their gas-powered mowers counterparts.

Electric Trimmers

Cordless electric string trimmers are a great option for most lawns. Traditionally, like lawn mowers, string trimmers have typically been powered by gas. But electric trimmers have significantly improved and are now considered worthy competitors of gas-powered models.

Electric Leaf Blower

After cutting and trimming your lawn, you’ll need to clear off those walkways and patios for the finishing touch. An electric corded or cordless leaf blower is the perfect choice. Electric trimmers are much quieter and easier to use. Batteries for cordless models last up to one hour.