NOW’S THE TIME TO MOW DOWN YOURDEAL! The grass is getting greener every day — and there’s still time, though to cut yourself in on really great financing deals on machines from our friends at Kubota and Scag. No matter what size or type of mower you need, we’re going to have what you’re looking for. And if you’ve been looking to step up to a bigger mower (or sit down on one) now’s definitely the time to spring into action.
We’ve got two 36 inch Scag Freedom-Z riding mowers that are on sale for only $3,999! These aged inventory models have no hours in the field and still have full warranty when you purchase. The reason they’re so cheap is that we’ve had them around too long and they’ve simply got to GO. Take them off our hands and take advantage of the lowest price around!
The Freedom-Z is the built with commercial contractors and homeowners in mind. The idea behind the Freedom line was to design a low-maintenance mower that’s Scag quality that would benefit both the every day professional and the weekend warrior. Our units are equipped with 36 inch cutter decks with sealed spindles, 2-post ROPS for safety and Briggs & Stratton engines.
We’ve got one unit in Orland Park and one in South Elgin so call us ASAP and get your mower before someone else does!
We’ll help you choose the right Scag mower to boost your productivity and profitability
Right now you can get a Scag mower and make no payments with no interest untilApril 1, 2014, followed by 0% interest for 48 months*. This deal is letting contractors line up their equipment for next year while still getting to use it today. That’s smart buying! Continue reading →
Scag V-Ride mowers come in 36, 48, 52 & 61 inch decks.
Ed. Note – This offer is back but only through February 28, 2014! Find out more HERE.
It’s time to gear up for spring and even if you’ve waited this long to buy equipment, don’t stress! For the month of April, Scag is offering its V-Ride mower at fleet pricing regardless of purchase quantity!Continue reading →
The odds are pretty good that if you drive around your neighborhood on a summer morning you’ll notice two things – one, landscapers get up REALLYEARLY, and two, there are more stander mowers in the field than ever before. There’s always going to be a place for traditional riding mowers, but the agility and compactness of standers is something that buyers are finding more and more attractive. Continue reading →