Saving Money on Landscaping with Propane

Cutting grass with lawn mower

These days, homeowners and professional landscapers are realizing that old-fashioned gasoline lawn mowers just don’t cut it anymore. That’s because they have been getting on board with a hot new trend in keeping lawns perfectly manicured: propane powered lawn mowers!

Whether it’s a simple mower for small yards or large powerful vehicles to maintain the grounds of large residential and commercial properties, propane autogas landscaping equipment offers a whole host of benefits. For starters, changing the propane tank on a autogas-driven mower is easy. It’s really no different than swapping out a propane tank for a grill or a generator.

And if you’re in the landscaping business, you can save money and be green with every lawn you mow.

That’s because autogas for lawn mowers typically costs less per gallon than gasoline. Imagine that kind of savings for every gallon of fuel used in every piece of equipment by every crew you send out for work.

But the savings don’t stop there: Because propane runs cleaner, you’ll spend less on maintenance and extend the life of your equipment.

With propane, there’s no more wasting time with trips to the gas station. Convenient refueling options and dispensing service ensure that your crew spends more time doing jobs that pay.

More Propane Autogas Benefits

  • Tried and true. Top landscape contractors around the country now trust propane to stand up to the toughest jobs daily.
  • Easy to store and refuel. Many propane companies now offer bulk on-site storage tanks or mobile on-site refueling options to suit your needs and your budget; both reduce your cost for fuel and labor while increasing safety.
  • Harder to steal and spill. With its closed fuel system, propane virtually eliminates the chance of spills and dramatically reduces fuel theft.
  • American made. More than 90% of propane is made in the U.S.

If you’re a landscape contractor, ask your propane company about current incentives for new mower purchases or mower conversions. You can read more about this here.