Lithium Mowers | Ways To Be Eco-Friendly

Ways To Be Eco-Friendly

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In today’s society, there are a lot of us who are trying to think of the environment as we go through our daily life. The number of people that try is increasing dramatically. We are talking not only individuals but businesses and many groups that are trying to make an impact on the term Going Green. There are many ways to be eco-friendly and I am going to focus on doing it around your home.

Simple Ways To Start

We can watch what we do around our home such as conserving energy which includes gas & water usage. One of the most common ways in which a lot of people have gotten accustomed to is recycling paper, plastic, and cans. These are things we have a lot of control on.

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We can also watch our actions as far as littering not only at home but while we are out and about. When we trash up our environment with oils, paints and other things, this goes straight back into our natural resources such as the water supply.

Click Here to read on what being eco-friendly is. 

Have you ever considered waking or riding a bicycle to and from work? This will help with the emissions of everyday driving. Gasoline is a major contributor to polluting the environment. Which is why in the next section I am going to speak on my way of turning people into thinking eco-friendly.

Eco-Friendly Lawn Maintenance
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If you take care of your own lawn you can do a couple of things that will be helpful. When you are fertilizing try to use organic fertilizers as much as possible. They will naturally help grow your lawn and plants.

The one thing that most homeowners have not fully turned to is lithium powered equipment. Most of the reason behind it is the trust that it will perform just as well as gas equipment will. This is understandable because for years that is what we were groomed to use.

But I am here to tell you that electrically powered equipment has evolved dramatically going from corded to lithium battery power. Lithium batteries supply a constant supply of power until the battery is depleted.

Concerns About Using Lithium Equipment

The number one concern of homeowners is that they will have to stop and recharge before finishing their job. Well, I am sorry to tell you that the average size homeowner is experiencing not only completing their jobs but having power left over when done.

One other thing to consider is some manufacturers are providing two batteries with some equipment to help neutralize that concern of not completing a job with a single charge. I have previously provided video reviews on various types of lithium equipment to express just how effective this equipment is. And I will also do it in this post as well.

The only thing that I can see is people may complain that the equipment might seem pricey to them. That is understandable because most people are still stuck on using the gas equipment. But realistically if you take into consideration the yearly maintenance, cost of gas and complexity to operate, the cost actually levels out.


I am convinced that the average size homeowner will be amazed at what lithium powered equipment would do for them as well as provide them their contribution to being eco-friendly. I have seen and heard many peoples testimonials on how their equipment completely held up to their expectations.

Feel free to take a look into Lithium Power Plus Store which has various types of lawn equipment available to you. It is an online store in which you will be buying from Amazon. For those who are uncomfortable with shopping online please Click Here.

Thank you for visiting and I hope I gave you some ideas on joining the eco-friendly ways to contribute around your home.  If you have any questions or comments please leave them in the comments section below. I would be pleased to assist you.

    1. Jeremy says:

      Great article, it was very helpful. I like how the lithium mowers provide an efficient and Eco-friendly option for homeowners. I think that it’d save much more money investing in something that is rechargeable rather than something that you’ll have to keep purchasing petrol for. I hadn’t even heard of lithium batteries before I read this and I am glad I now have.
      Thanks for the article!

      • You are welcome. You mentioned saving money on the gas but don’t forget the maintenance and service involved with maintaining gas equipment. But it is a great alternative for the homeowner since you don’t have to do multiple yards. This is where the gas equipment wins.

    2. Paula Waldeck says:

      This post was very informative. I never consider a lithium mower. I will be needing a new mower for the spring I will consider this when purchasing a new mower.

    3. Ken says:

      Good info. . . I did an elderly friends yard years ago and he had two of these mowers. Both were required in order to complete his yard. They were very quiet and not hard to use at all. Though, it did take some getting used to. . .
      I understand that the battery technology has advanced greatly in recent years. Today’s mower just may be able to do his whole yard. What news do you have on that?
      Best to you.

      • First I am wondering what kind of kind of batteries does he have in the two of them? Then how many years ago are you talking. And lastly how big is his yard? And you said it right when you said they have evolved from the earlier models. I am thinking he must have a very large yard if he needs two of them. Nowadays you have an option with most models of one or two batteries which immediately eliminates the need for two mowers. That would defeat the purpose of buying a lithium powered lawnmower. You should not have to have two mowers to do one yard.

    4. Veronica Wanzer says:

      Fascinating!!! It seems that just about everything is becoming “greener” or at least going in that direction, so I guess I shouldn’t be surprised that lawnmower has gotten eco-friendly!

      Instead of thinking “too expensive” people can think about the quality they are receiving, but, like with anything, it would seem that one has to be totally “sold” on “going green” similar to whether or not you choose to buy organic food.

      Thanks for sharing this, Ronnie.

      • Isn’t that the truth. When it comes to lawn equipment you have to consider what you won’t have to do anymore like buy gas, oil and pay to have your equipment serviced every year. This offsets the cost quite a bit.

    5. Sara says:

      Great article, as grass mowing is always the toughest job for me. I will keep these points you have mentioned about this lawn equipment and buy one for sure. Thank you, your article will make my job far easier…

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