Grasshopper mowers are a great investment. Their quality and performance are second to none in the turf industry. They are built to last and are easy to maintain. While there are many combinations of models to choose from, there are a large number of common parts that help to keep training time and expenses low and parts inventory down. Grasshopper mowers are easy to operate, and are designed with many built-in comfort features that reduce fatigue to keep operators alert all day long.
Grasshopper has earned the Equipment Dealers Association’s Dealer’s Choice award in the outdoor Power Equipment Manufacturer category two years in a row (2015 & 2016). This award evaluates manufacturers in areas of technical support, parts availability, warranty procedures, marketing and advertising support, and manufacturer response to dealer needs and concerns.
The Grasshopper Company is committed to supporting government agencies through customer service and dependability. Grasshopper provides grounds maintenance solutions including a wide selection of True ZeroTurn™ mowers and all-season implements for a perfect year-round grounds maintenance machine.
Models are available with many fuel choices, engine sizes and cutting widths. All mowers are CARB and Tier 4 Final-compliant and meet ANSI B71.4 and OSHA 1928 standards.
The QuikConverter™ Implement System makes it easy to remove the deck and add PTO-driven implements that take advantage of the Grasshopper power unit’s powerful engine. This design leaves only one engine to maintain compared to purchasing and maintaining multiple single-purpose machines.
Having only one engine to maintain reduces maintenance, training, labor and parts inventory. The zero-turn maneuverability of these grounds maintenance systems pays off in time and labor savings.
Choose professional-quality implements for aeration, blowing leaves, dethatching, edging, moving dirt and gravel, spraying, and sweeping sidewalks and parking lots. Snow removal implements include dozer blades, rotary brooms, snowthrowers and V-plows. A metal fully-enclosed winter cab enclosure can be added to protect the operator from the cold winter elements.
Several implements mount to the mower taking advantage of the zero-turn maneuverability and increasing the productivity of your FrontMount™ mower well beyond the cutting season.
The Grasshopper Company is committed to conservation through efforts to reduce waste and environmentally responsible processes such as a powder coat paint line.
How do I contact Grasshopper to learn more?
To speak with our team, dial 888-239-6384 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What products are offered through the mower contract?
We offer a lineup of zero-turn mowers and all-season implements and accessories for year-round grounds maintenance and renovation. Visit Products & Solutions to learn more.
Can public agencies lease mowers as well as purchase?
Public agencies may lease mowers. We contract with a third party leasing company and supply options based on the contract price.
How does Grasshopper handle shipping/pickup/setup fees?
Shipping/pickup/setup fees are included in the terms of the contract. Dealers should not charge additional such fees on the U.S. Communities contract.
What about parts and service?
Your success is our number one priority. A nationwide network of factory-authorized dealers support the sales of Grasshopper products and provide parts and service. A specialized parts order system can be customized for the government entities.
How can I get a demonstration of your products?
Nearly 70 factory representatives and field support staff cover all 50 states plus Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands and are equipped to conduct on-site demonstrations. In addition, our authorized Grasshopper Dealers are also available to demonstrate our products.
What is the warranty on your mowers?
Grasshopper True ZeroTurnTM mowers are warranted as follows:
Are diesel mowers a good investment?
Grasshopper has led the industry in diesel power having introduced the first diesel-powered lawnmower in 1983. Today’s diesel engines burn cleaner than gasoline or propane and use about a gallon of fuel per hour. Gasoline consumes 1.65 GPH and propane 1.80 GPH. Using diesel power can reduce fuel consumption by 600 or more gallons per year based on 1,000 hours of mowing. Additionally, diesel engines produce more torque than their gasoline or propane counterparts. This additional torque lets you power through heavy or wet grass quicker, allowing you to get jobs done faster, letting you get more done in a day.