The best time to mow your lawn (without annoying the neighbors)

We’ve all been there: You’re at home trying to focus (or relax), and the sound of the lawn mower running next door is an unwelcome distraction.

And who wants to be that neighbor? To minimize disturbance and maximize efficiency, the best time to mow your lawn is in the morning, around 8am to 10am. This way, it’s not too hot for physical exertion, and it’s late enough that the morning dew has dried. As a bonus, many of your neighbors will have already left for work or school, so you shouldn’t be causing too much of a disruption.

If mid-morning isn’t doable, your next-best option is late afternoon, when temperatures are starting to cool down and many neighbors will still be out of the house. Mowing much later than 6pm is a bad idea, as your lawn is most susceptible to fungus and other diseases.

Of course, you have a life to live, and you won’t necessarily be around to do the mowing at the optimal times listed above. That’s the beauty of lawn care on-demand; our technicians come to your house whenever you choose, and you don’t even have to be there. Get a quote, book a service online and let Lawn Love do the rest!

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