Pedestrian Lawnmowers

Walk Behind Lawn Mowers and Pedestrian Mowers

We offer a vast range of walk behind and pedestrian mowers from some of the best brands in the industry, including Honda, Hayter, Husqvarna, Sanli, Efco and Allett. All machines are available to view at our extensive showrooms in both the Norwich and Ipswich depots, offering what we believe to be the largest range of garden equipment on show in all of Norfolk and Suffolk. The range of machinery on display includes the latest cylinder mowers from Allett and an impressive display of rotary and rear roller equipment. Whatever the size of your garden, we have a lawn mower to suit your needs and if you are at all in doubt, ask one of our trained sales team to offer you a demonstration before you buy.

Why not trade in your existing lawn mower for a new one? We will gladly consider the condition of your present machine and offer you what we consider to be a sensible offer should we think it is fit for reselling at a later date; remember, if you don’t ask you don’t get!

Recycling: Trade In Your Old Pedestrian Mowers

Have you finally decided to upgrade to a new lawnmower and don’t know what to do with your old machine? Don’t worry; at Bartram Mowers we are happy to relieve you of your old lawnmower, whether it is a walk behind mower or ride-on tractor. It doesn’t matter about the machine’s condition either as it is often possible for our workshop to recondition a well-used mower or tractor into a working machine that has a few more years left in it.

Before we can suggest a trade-in price for your existing lawnmower, we will of course need to have a look at it to assess its general condition and worth. This can be done in a number of ways but the fastest and simplest way is to pay us a visit and bring your lawnmower with you. If this is not possible because it is too large or heavy or a ride-on machine, we can visit you at home from either our Norwich or Ipswich depots and give you an idea of what we think your mower is worth; we can do this while carrying out a demonstration of a new machine if this has been previously arranged.