You ight want to check with NJNLA and NJLCA for programs like that in NJ.Are there any programs where you can turn in gas equipment and get a tax credit or rebate for buying electric. I'm holding on to some trimmers and a blower that are no longer running thinking, that at some point this might occur. Like cash for clunkers.
I mention no annoying small engine droning. I’ve only seen one other outfit running electric, they’re mean green and ego commercial all electric. I think it stands out from the “John’s Landscaping” kinda thing. I mean nooo one else has anything electric in my area that I’ve seen in three years. This all electric guy just showed up and I rarely see them. That makes my service unique.that’s amazing! If this works I’ll be blasting that value proposition.
In east Tennessee the name is more likely to be "Greased Pig Landscaping."I wonder about a company with a name specific towards electric equipment. It would seem to me that a company like that dumped a hella lot of money into it and is starting with some electric stuff, a dream, and either a lot of debt or a big hole in the bank account. I don’t need to be “Greased Lightning” lawncare, just a company that runs what I think is best.
I wonder if the mood was similar when the change from horse and buggies to gas powered vehicles was going on.
Ime people don't really want to give electric string trimmer a chanceIt is?? Lol!!