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A dedicated network of outdoor automation specialists bringing the turf management tools of tomorrow and the knowledge to implement and support them at nearly any scale.
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We will work with you and your lawn to find the solution that best fits the unique needs of your turf.
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If you are a loyal visitor to our YouTube channel, the title of our latest video may surprise you. “Luba issues? You guys always talk about how great that mower is? What gives?!?!?!” Well, we like to use an analogy to show our thinking. Growing up, our...
It seems that everywhere you turn right now, you hear someone talking about AI. You can use ChatGPT to help you finally write that novel. Because you watched an Autmow video, YouTube is suggesting you watch two other nerdy tech guys who crack Dad jokes. You can use...
“Do you think I need an AWD robotic mower?” That is a question we get all the time. After all, AWD (All-Wheel Drive, if you don’t speak robot mower geek) has become the latest craze to hit the robotic lawn care industry. And the truth is that the word need...
“I used to push mow my entire yard once every 6-10 days depending on rainfall and growth. It took about an hr and 45 mins each time. Now about once every 10-14 days I’ll spend about 30 mins weed eating along my neighbor’s fence, my trees, etc and cleaning up the tree lawn next to the street with the push mower.“
“Jeff was honest, knowledgeable and extremely helpful laying out my options for a large, odd shaped lawn. He set my system up in an afternoon and came back two other times to help figure out some small quirks (user error) after the system had been running for a few days.“