U.S. Lawn Mower Market Report 2022-2027: Increasing Adoption of Green Spaces & Green Roofs & Development of Smart Cities Presents Opportunities

2022-07-30 09:22:23 By : Mr. Henry Wang

Dublin, July 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "U.S. Lawn Mower Market - Comprehensive Study and Strategic Analysis 2022-2027" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. Increasing demand for landscaping services through suburban lawns, golf courses, sports fields, and public parks contributes to the U.S lawn mower market size. The increase in sustainable living practices will benefit the United States industry for lawnmower production.

The U.S. government emphasizes expanding and preserving green spaces as part of environmental sustainability. Hence, such initiatives are expected to support the demand for lawn mowers in the United States in the coming years. Top developments in the lawn mower sector include rapid growth in the landscaping industry, the development of sustainable cities in the Western Region of the US, the transfer of consumer focus to advanced technology, and the proliferation of battery-powered devices and robotic lawn mowers. The producers of robotic mowers with energy savings specifications and rapid development in artificial intelligence and IoT technology are increasing the U.S. lawn mower market growth. A large amount of water is required to keep lawn areas watered. In the US, the water shortage in the Colorado River is expected to reduce the water supply across various Western states. Arizona and Nevada are expected to witness a significant shortage of water supply. Hence, this fall in the water supply is expected to hamper the lawn areas and, therefore, the demand for lawn mowers in the United States.

Integration of Lawn Mowers With Technology

Growing Influx of Alternative Fuel Options

Increasing Adoption of Green Spaces & Green Roofs

Growing Demand from Golf Courses

Growth in Manufacturer-Led Programs & Initiatives

Rising Demand for Home Ownership & Home Improvement

Growing Usage of Artificial Grass

Volatility in Raw Material Prices

Increased Pollution Caused by Gasoline Lawn Mowers


The Northeast and Western region of the country accounts for a majority of the cities with green spaces across the US. Hence, the concentration of large green areas across the cities is expected to support the demand for lawn mowers in the US.

Green roofs are increasingly gaining momentum as this help to cool the environment, insulate infrastructures and buildings, reduce air pollution, and increase biodiversity. In 2017, San Francisco mandated that 15?30% of roof space in new construction projects be incorporated with green roofs. Hence, the increasing green roof areas are expected to provide significant growth opportunities to lawn mower manufacturers.

Noise Free America Coalition stated that the gasoline-powered lawn mowers and running hedge trimmers produce 82-90 dB and 103 dB of noise levels, respectively. Hence, such factors are expected to push the demand for robotic lawn mowers among the end-users as this produce lesser noise and minimizes the environmental impact.

Development of remote-controlled ride-on mowers, incorporating mowers with variable speed features, enhancing the power of battery-operated lawnmowers, and introducing various cutting deck capacities are some of the developments in the lawn mowers market.

In 2021, the Government of Clayton, a city in Georgia, announced restrictions on the number of days and hours for motor-driven outdoor yard maintenance equipment such as mowers, chainsaws, trimmers, and others to minimize noise pollution. Hence, such restrictions are expected to push demand toward robotic lawn mowers that are less noisy than conventional counterparts.

Golf Courses & Other Sports Arenas

Key Topics Covered: 1 Research Methodology 2 Research Objectives 3 Research Process 4 Scope & Coverage

5 Report Assumptions & Caveats 6 Market at a Glance 7 Introduction 8 Market Opportunities & Trends 9 Market Growth Enablers 10 Market Restraints 11 Market Landscape 12 Product 13 Walk-Behind Lawn Mowers 14 Ride-On Mowers 15 Fuel Type 16 End-User 17 Drive Type 18 Start Type 19 Blade Type 20 Distribution Channel 21 Region 22 South 23 West 24 Midwestl 25 Northeast 26 Competitive Landscape 27 Key Company Profiles 28 Other Prominent Vendors 29 Report Summary 30 Quantitative Summary 31 Appendix Key Players

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