1775 Route 300
Newburgh, NY 


Sherwoods Power Equipment

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We sell Aggrand products. We sell Amsoil products.

Homeowner Equipment

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Riding Mowers
Push Mowers
Z mowers
Handheld Tools
Tow Implements
Yard Cleanup
Which Generator?
Pressure Washers
BCS products

How much work do you have to do?

If you have 2 or more acres of lawn, you are more than just a homeowner. In our mind, a normal homeowner has up to 1, maybe 1.5 acres. But once you get past that you need to sit back and ask yourself two questions:

  1. How long do I want to keep this piece of equipment?
  2. How long do I want this task to take?

Some economical equipment may look pretty, but if the unit is too small or light-duty for the job, it makes the job take a long time. And time is wear is the machine; which was only made to stand up to so many hours of wear and tear. (Sad, but true.)

Then you have to go and spend the money that you should have in the first place. Time and money is now lost.

Every tool around the house, including string trimmers, snow blowers, leaf blowers, all have same principle. Especially anything that 'blows'.

Remember the old saying:
"The right tool for the right job."

Every Season Has a Tool

Whether Spring, Summer, Fall, or Winter; every season has it's share of chores to do around the house. 

Spring time usually means preparing the lawn, flowerbed, garden, and more. If you want it to look nice and be productive, it has to be prepped right.
Summer means using the right mower to get the job done efficiently. Too small, and you'll be out there forever. Too big, it's too bulky to maneuver.
Fall brings those wonderful colors, which drop from the trees. You have to get those leaves off the lawn before winter, or you'll have a tough time doing it in the spring. Put some mulch in the gardens too.
Winter is the time we all love, and loath, at the same time. It is always nice to see that pretty white stuff, but it is no fun moving it out of the walks and driveway. The right snowblower makes this job a LOT easier.