Product Code: 4069
This Freedonia industry study analyzes the $8.7 billion US market for residential power lawn and garden equipment. It presents historical demand data (2009, 2014, and 2019) and forecasts (2024 and 2029) by product (lawn mowers; turf and grounds mowers; trimmers and edgers; garden tractors and rotary tillers; chainsaws; blowers, vacuums, and sweepers; snow blowers; other equipment & parts)). The study also presents consumer survey data, discussions of powers sources and pricing, and evaluates company market share of key industry players.
Study Highlights include:
- Sales of power lawn and garden equipment have increased during the COVID-19 pandemic as more consumers are investing in their homes.
- Millennials are increasingly buying homes and opening opportunities for sales of power lawn and garden equipment.
- The aging baby boomer population will spur adoption of products that help older populations do yardwork.
- Battery-powered products are expected to see strong gains in the market through 2024.
Table of Contents
1. Executive Summary
2. About This Report
- Report Details
- Study Scope & Product Description
- Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic
- Historical Market Trends
- Long-Term Forecast
- Power Sources: Demand Trends & Consumer Insights
- Pricing Trends
- Consumer Trends
- Lawn Maintenance & Gardening Insights
- Average Lot Size & Outdoor Space Trends
- Who Performs Lawn & Garden Work at Home?
- Ownership of Power Lawn & Garden Equipment
- Power Lawn & Garden Equipment Purchase Patterns
- Power Lawn & Garden Equipment Purchasing Occasions
- Factors in Selecting Power Lawn & Garden Equipment
- Retail Outlets
- Consumer Lawn & Garden Care Practices
- Landscaping Services Preferences
- Demand by Product
- Lawn Mowers
- Trimmers & Edgers
- Garden Tractors & Rotary Tillers
- Snow Blowers
- Blowers, Vacuums, & Sweepers
- Other Equipment & Parts
5. Key Suppliers & Market Share
- Industry Composition
- Market Share
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Freedonia Methodology
- Study-Specific Methodology
- Associations & Agencies
- Related Studies & Reports
- Macroeconomic Assumptions
- Economic Environment
- Demographic Trends
- Housing Stock