by Corinne Gangloff
September 23, 2021
Cleveland OH, September 23, 2021 – A new Freedonia Group analysis finds that the commercial market for power lawn and garden equipment underperformed in 2020, as growing consumer participation in DIY lawn care came at the expense of spending on residential landscaping services. Sales performance is expected to improve through 2025 as the effects of social distancing fade, but there is some risk that the popularity of DIY lawn care may remain elevated over a longer term.
Demand for landscaping services may be further eroded by the rising popularity of robotic mowers, which are already common in Western Europe and are increasingly being introduced in the US:
Global demand for power lawn and garden equipment in the commercial market is projected to increase 2.7% per year through 2025, slightly outpacing growth in the consumer market:
Other factors promoting growth in lower-income regions include:
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Global Power Lawn & Garden Equipment is now available from the Freedonia Group.
This study examines the global market for power lawn and garden equipment. Historical data for 2010, 2015, and 2020 and forecasts for 2025 and 2030 for manufacturers’ shipments, demand, imports, and exports are provided in current dollar terms (which are not adjusted for inflation). Demand totals at the country level are also presented in local currency terms. Major power sources and markets are also analyzed.
Demand by product is presented for:
Demand is also presented by power source (engine-driven, cordless electric, and battery-powered equipment) and by market (consumer, commercial).
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