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Propane has the power to transform your business. Propane mowers can reduce your fuel and maintenance costs, allowing you to pass on those savings to customers for a competitive edge. Keep exploring to learn what else propane could do for your business.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you refuel propane-powered mowers?

Propane has convenient refueling options for small, medium, and large mower fleets. Typically small to medium sized fleets set up a cylinder exchange where cylinders are replaced by their propane supplier on a regular basis. Larger operations often work with their propane supplier to install on-site dispensing stations at their business. Contact your local propane supplier to discuss which option is best for you.

How can I find a propane mower dealer in my area?

The Propane Education & Research Council has worked to identify dealers from across the country that carry propane mowers. You can find the dealer closest to you by utilizing the Dealer Point locator tool.

How do I begin implementing propane with my current mower fleet?

Contact your local propane supplier to discuss fueling options that are available to you. Then reach out to your mower dealer to determine whether purchasing new equipment or converting your existing fleet is the best option. Don't forget to apply for the Propane Mower Incentive Program. For more information on converting your existing fleet, visit our mowers conversions page.

Are there rebates or incentives available for purchasing propane-powered mowers?

The Propane Education & Research Council's Propane Mower Incentive Program offers landscape contractors $1,000 per qualifying new mower purchase or $500 per qualifying mower conversion. Visit the application page to find out if you can apply.

How can I find out if my prefered mower brand offers propane models?

Twelve of the leading mower brands offer propane models. Contact your mower dealer to learn what propane models are available to you.

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