To do the best work, you sometimes have to use the best equipment. In the field of lawn maintenance, Snapper lawn mowers are often considered the best.
Snapper, a Georgia-based company that specializes in manufacturing lawn and garden equipment for home and commercial use, is perhaps best known for its Snapper lawn mowers. These premium lawn mowers allow the homeowner to use the same quality equipment used commercially on their own lawns.
Top Choice for Lawn Care
Depending on what size lawn you have, you have a few choices when purchasing a Snapper lawn mower. There are walk-behind mowers, the most common type of mower for the homeowner who has a lawn small enough to mow on foot.
But Snapper also makes lawn mowers for the larger greenbelt, like ride-on mowers, zero turn mowers and lawn tractors. It’s all about what you need, and in some cases, what you want.
Many customers of Snapper lawn mowers report high satisfaction with their lawn mower, especially with regard to price. Although Snapper lawn mowers are considered to be in the top echelon of lawn mowers, many customers report they paid less for their mower than they expected, but overall customer satisfaction is as high or higher than for other brands.
Push or Power
Once you decide to purchase a Snapper lawn mower, that decision of which kind comes into play. The most popular type of lawn mower is the walk-behind mower, of which Snapper offers two types: the push mower or the self-propelled.
For those with large lawns (or who just want to look cool driving one), there’s the option of a lawn tractor. All of the Snapper tractors feature hydrostatic transmissions, which provide trouble-free mowing.
There’s another popular choice in Snapper lawn mowers and that’s the rear engine rider. Snapper built the first self-propelled rotary mower and it’s the No. 1 rear engine mower in America.
If you have a particularly curvy yard, a scrambler zero turn might be an option for your Snapper lawn mower purchase. It’s considered one of the most flexible type of mowers thanks to its zero-turning radius (ZTR) and three engine choices.
Snapper lawn mowers recently added a new mower to its zero turn lineup. It’s the Fast Cut zero turn and it operates like a regular zero turn but offers the homeowner a mower more like those used commercially with more horsepower.