Clean, all electric Stone Oak lawn mowing from Clean Air Lawn Care means our lawn mowers run on clean renewable energy from the sun. Electric mowers, run on solar-power, emit zero air pollution and are quiet – you may not even know we’re mowing the lawn. In addition to our clean equipment, we maintain your lawn in a sustainable way that helps to conserve water and keeps pesky weeds off the lawn. Our techniques include mowing high and vertical edging so that grass grows thick and weeds don’t get the chance to creep on the edge of your lawn on sidewalks.
We use electric mowers—powered by solar panels mounted on our trucks.
Meanwhile, in too many neighborhoods across the country, conventional gas mowers continue to run, throwing hydrocarbon tantrums and polluting our ears and atmosphere. It’s no secret that we aren’t the only ones concerned by this: the E.P.A. estimates 54 million such mowers are used weekly, guzzling 800 million gallons of gasoline and causing 5-10 percent of the nation’s air pollution every year.
On top of our electric lawn mowers, we use electric trimmers, blowers, and edgers for our lawn service. This electric lawn equipment is not only zero-emission, but it’s also far quieter than gas-powered equipment. When the Clean Air Lawn Care crew shows up, we don’t disrupt your day with loud gas-powered lawn equipment. Our electric lawn equipment buzzes quietly and doesn’t leave behind an unpleasant smell. Your Alamo Heights lawn mowing and maintenance will leave your neighbors happy, too!
Conventional lawn care is not sustainable lawn care; it is dirty, loud and resource intensive. Small gas-powered engines found on conventional lawn equipment contribute 5-10% of the nation’s air pollution. Operating gas equipment also effects your local community. The emissions from the mowers and trimmers effect your neighborhood most.
According to the EPA, in 1 hour, 1 gas lawn mower: pollutes the same as 40 late model cars, emits the same amount of hydrocarbons (precursors to ground-level ozone) as a SUV driven 23,600 miles, and contribute 93 times more smog-forming emissions that 2006 cars.