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B & M Lawn and Landscape Partners with Nexmow

B & M Lawn and Garden Becomes a Nexmow Authorized Dealer

September 13, 2022

B&M Lawn and Garden in Anaheim, California signed-up to become an authorized Nexmow Dealer. B&M is the largest Southern Califorinia supplier of commercial battery and gas powered outdoor equipment tools.

B&M Lawn and Garden is dedicated to providing their customers with the best possible lawn care equipment . That’s why they are excited to partner with Nexmow, a leading provider of commercial wireless robot lawn mowers.

Joe Holper, Senior Vice President was an early adopter of the Nexmow wireless robot mower and connected the Nexmow engineer team to landscape professionals at Cal-State Fullerton, USC and BrightView to gather design feedback in the Fall of 2021. 

“I get excited and we embrace all the new technology innovation coming into our power equipment industry,” said Holper. California is on the forefront pushing landscapers to use battery-powered equipment, and robotics will play a crucial part to solve labor shortage problems.

Nexmow’s innovative technology allows for efficient and eco-friendly lawn care, while still delivering a clean and precise cut. As a Nexmow Dealer, we will be able to offer our customers access to their full range of products, including their state-of-the-art electric mowers, trimmers, and blowers.

“We are confident that our customers will appreciate the many benefits that Nexmow products provide, including reduced noise pollution, lower maintenance costs, and zero emissions. We believe that our partnership with Nexmow will help us continue to provide exceptional service and support to our customers, while also contributing to a more sustainable future.

To learn more about Nexmow products or to schedule a demonstration, please contact us today. We look forward to helping you achieve a beautiful and healthy lawn with Nexmow!

Nexmow is the first commercial wireless robotic mower solution designed for professional landscapers. The innovative robot mower uses 4G and RTK connectivity to create digital boundary maps and to navigate a fleet of 2-10 robots into one mowing zone. Property maps are stored in the Nexmow cloud, and the digital network and swappable lithium-ion battery allow the fleet of robot mowers to mow anywhere. Nexmow allows landscapers to “Drop, Mow & Go” from site to site.