Lawn Mowing Etiquette: How to Be a Good Neighbor
Being a good neighbor is key to having a pleasant neighborhood experience
(and good neighbors)
Mowing the lawn can be a loud and messy event even for the most seasoned landscape artists.
Some of us will want to get a headstart on the outdoor chores in order to beat the heat, or to head off to work.
The road is no place for your lawn clippings.
Not only can grass end up clogging drains, which won’t make your neighbors happy, they can also create dangerous conditions on the roads.
The best way to keep grass trimmings from flying into a neighbor’s yard is to ensure that your lawn mower’s blower is always facing toward the center of your yard.
Some of your neighbors may suffer from seasonal allergies and the simple act of mowing the lawn can cause pollen and other irritants to fill the air.
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