Published at Sunday, 23 December 2018. How To. By Ivona Taga.
Here is where your robotic mower shout now go - example flower beds, in ponds, onto patios etc. If the garden has two grass areas, things become a bit complex with the wire of boundary - still it is still possible to do.
You'll need a short lawn to start with, so get the old one out the shed before setting up your robot. The idea of a robot mower is that it makes the grass short by cutting it regularly. They only actually take breaks for charging (some take some hours, some take almost all day). Therefore, they do not need a grass box, the short grass trimmings are simply mulched back into the lawn. And that is healthy - such a natural feed needed for your lawn, so win-win.
The first thing you have consider is the garden shape and size. If it is a little square, flat, patch then you'd be crazy to splash higher than $1,000 on one. Similarly, don't be economical if you've got a large, complex lawn, with gradients, ponds, flower beds and other problems for your robot to overcome. You might be going to have to spend north of $2,500 if you're in that boat. But well, you live in a house with a big garden, so you've obviously got lots of cash.
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