Thursday, October 22, 2015

How to Treat and Prevent Stale Gas From Your Cub Cadet Snow Blowers?

Many experts would advise homeowners to change the oils every month, even when not used, to maintain it in its peak condition. This can be a waste of oil, though, since you obviously have no need for your cub cadet snow blowers until next winter. However you also can’t risk leaving stale oil in your equipment, because it can cause the carburetor to corrode. It is important to remember that most of the fuel available on stores are blended with ethanol, a corroding agent. Before oiling your equipment, check for any warning logos or oiling instructions on acceptable ethanol percentage. If the instruction tells you to not use a fuel blend with not more than 10% ethanol, specifically ask for this blend from your local hardware stores.

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Health Tip: Senior Citizens Should Use a Zero Turn Toro Lawn Mower

Parents should always remember that lawn mowers are dangerous machines designed to cut. When mowing the lawn, little children should stay indoors until the parents are done with the yard work. As for senior citizens, they should avoid using stand-on or walk-behind mowers due to the potential slip and fall risk. It is highly advisable that they instead use a zero-turn toro lawn mower, like those available in Denny’s Lawn & Garden. Being able to sit down while doing the yard work promotes both safety and comfort for the elderlies. Zero-turn mowers are also very user-friendly because they have mode settings to suit the preference of senior citizens; some may prefer a slow but smooth ride, while others would only want a quick run-through before some guests arrive.

Sunday, September 20, 2015

Choosing the Best Toro Lawn Mower for Easy Mowing and a Beautiful Yard

In most places, homeowners have to mow their lawns for about half the year. Choosing an ideal lawn mower for your yard makes the job much easier. There are many different types of mowers, and Toro mowers are among the top-selling models in all categories. Here are some of the most popular options. Quiet Electric Mowers The Toro e-Cycler 20360 is a cordless electric lawn mower with 36 volts of power. It can take care of thick grass and small twigs, and it has excellent battery life, enough juice to mow about one-third of an acre. You can charge the battery to 70 percent in a few hours, and a full charge takes 12 hours. The e-Cycler 20360 is extremely quiet, especially compared to the roar of a traditional gas mower. It's also about 20 pounds lighter than a gas-powered Toro lawn mower.

Efficiency and Power: Making the Big Play for Two-Stage Snow Blowers

The winter season may not be far off as of this writing, but that only means additional preparations for the onset of the cold. Part of that effort requires acquiring two-stage snow blowers to go into action when the snow becomes too thick for anyone’s taste. Making the purchase through companies such as Denny’s Lawn and Garden can serve that purpose. The Look and Feel Snowblowers come in either single-stage or two-stage models, and you need to learn what makes them different. A single-stage snowblower functions by using its auger to pick up the snow and channel it to the snow chute in one motion. They are usually engineered to work in snowdrifts of no more than ten inches high and only on paved surfaces.

Friday, September 18, 2015

Using Your Lawn Mower to Do an All-Stripes Routine on Your Property

Some homeowners may take pride in a property that has a large lawn where the loved ones can enjoy playing in. There are those, on the other hand, who see the expanse as a canvas waiting to be manicured in another eccentric way, like putting in a stripe or design on it, as an article in The Art of Manliness postulates. Line Up People who admire well-trimmed greens like, say, a football field or a baseball field, will not run out of words to say about the setup of any lines on the grass. It is a common idea that the lawn mower’s blades are set to varying heights to achieve the right consistency of the lines. It is simply a case of the blades being bent to the right angle and finding ways to make a good line.

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Cub Cadet Snow Blowers in Duluth: Clearing Your Lawn the Efficient Way

As a resident of Duluth, Minnesota, you’re probably all too familiar with the unforgiving conditions and the heavy sheets of ice that tend to build up overnight during the winter season. According to forecasted weather patterns from November, 2014 to October, 2015, temperatures, snowfall and precipitation are expected to be below normal, meaning that you’ll be in for a colder snowier winter this year. Of course one of the many ways you can prepare yourself is to get a good set of snow throwing tools, namely the blower, snow shovel and the ice melt. All three are important because sometimes even the best snow thrower may not reach everywhere, leaving thin layers of snow to turn into ice and possibly pose a hazard to your household.

Sunday, September 13, 2015

Choosing the Right Lawn Mower: Important Things You Should Ponder On

If you’re renting a home with a front yard, you have things easier than your peers because yard care is the responsibility of your landlord or property manager. If you’re a homeowner yourself, however, you’re in for some serious maintenance work. On that end, you only have two options to choose from: hire professional help or do it yourself. If you choose the latter, choosing the right lawn mower will be necessary unless you have a generous neighbor willing to lend you his.

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Maintenance Tips for Keeping Snow Blowers in Shape All Year Long

In order to keep your sidewalks, driveways and paths cleared, your snow blowers require regular maintenance. While Cub Cadet snow blowers are trustworthy and high-performing, preventive maintenance ensure that these well-built machines will keep on working for you through each snowstorm. Use these three maintenance tips to keep your Cub Cadet snow blowers in optimal condition. Before Each Use Before using your snow blowers after a heavy snowstorm, take a moment to check the oil and gasoline levels. Make sure the ventilation holes on the fuel cap are not plugged up or closed. Next, check the bolts and tighten any that are loose. Check the tire pressure with a tire gauge to ensure that each tire is inflated to the manufacturer's specifications.

Sunday, June 7, 2015

Winter’s Over: Time to Store your Trusty Snow Blowers for Next Winter

Warmer weather and blooming flowers and trees could only mean one thing: spring has sprung and you can bid your snow woes goodbye. Now that winter is over, it’s time to bring out your gardening equipment, including your lawn mower, as you store away your trusty snow blowers and shovels. Take heed, however; if you don’t store your snow blower properly, it might not work properly the next time you use it. Check out these simple ways that you can do before storage. An ounce of prevention against rust and damage is worth a pound (and more) saved in repair costs. Drying out the Engine If your blower has fuel in its engine, there are two ways you can empty its content. First, you can siphon out as much fuel as you can, and then run your blower until it dries out. A dry engine helps avoid the effects of ethanol corrosion that can damage the blower’s engine.

Friday, June 5, 2015

Is Your Lawn Mower Ready for Spring? Tips to Clean, Prime it for Use

The freezing weather is finally over, and the greening season of seeding and growth is at everyone’s doorsteps. The crisp spring air once again prods all plant life to bloom and flower. This also means you’ll have to pay closer attention to your lawn, or risk having to deal with a yard that is littered, unkempt, and overgrown. With mostly wet days and spongy soil, spring can be particularly a sensitive time for your tender plants. Moreover, you wouldn’t want the burgeoning, greening turf destroyed by an ill-prepped mower. Now is the time to make sure you have the right equipment to work on your yard. If you already have your trusty lawn mower in storage, do these simple steps to prep things up and get ready for spring work.

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Consumer Reports Reveals Top Picks for Snow Blowers for This Season

Denny’s Lawn & Garden, a well-known provider of equipment, services, and parts, is pleased to offer the top snow blowers for this season. Consumer Reports has recently named three of the brands offered by Denny’s Law & Garden as the top picks for clearing snow off of porches, driveways, and lawns. These are the Cub Cadet 31AH57S, the Ariens 9210332, and the Toro Power Clear 721E.

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Newest 2015 Cub Cadet Enduro Series Lawn Mower Models Now Available

Denny’s Lawn & Garden is a family-owned and operated business that provides the best service, equipment, parts, and accessories for major brands. In line with our goal to give our customers the highest quality outdoor power equipment, we strive to keep abreast of all the latest innovations and updates in the industry. This is why we have added this year’s newest Cub Cadet lawn mower models to our list of products.