The Best Lawn Care Channels on YouTubeBy Rein Shope on Friday, January 29, 2021
Looking for some lawn care business advice? Or maybe just a guy doing donuts on a mower? Head to YouTube.
These days, YouTube features more than just funny videos you can show your friends. Now, the media giant has content ranging from medical knowledge to collection appraisal to everything in between. If you want to leverage every resource at your disposal to make sure you and your lawn care professionals have the tools and knowledge needed to make your business the best it can be, YouTube can help. We’ve compiled a list of the best lawn care channels to follow for equipment reviews, technique advice, maintenance, and more!
Allyn Hane has become a well known name within the online lawn care community. Established in 2009, The Lawn Care Nut YouTube channel is one of (if not the) biggest lawn care channels around, sporting over 385,000 subscribers and a whopping 55,000,000 views across all of its videos. With over 20 years of experience under his belt, Allyn brings his expertise not only to YouTube, but also to other social media such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and even SnapChat. With almost 500 videos in its library, The Lawn Care Nut’s content will keep you occupied for a long time.
While this channel doesn’t focus directly on the act of caring for a lawn, it certainly provides a very important service: teaching you to care for the tools and machines you use! This 362,000 subscriber channel has over 160 videos that teach you how to maintain, diagnose, and repair the small engine lawn and garden equipment you use every day! Whether it’s a handheld, two stroke, two cycle engine like chainsaws, weed eaters, string trimmers, grass trimmers, line trimmers, hedge trimmers, strimmers, brush cutters, leaf blowers, or a four stroke, four cycle unit like a lawn mower, pressure washer, generator, or ride on mower, this channel is for you!
In 2016, Ryan Knorr wanted to do something creative while still maintaining his hobby of lawn care—so he made a YouTube channel, sat down with his cell phone, and filmed some videos of his lawn care methods and techniques. Today, he has over 170,000 subscribers with more than 34,000,000 views accrued on his videos. Ryan’s high quality videos document a slew of lawn care related material and even includes some of his lawn-care centric podcast, TurfCast.
Brian’s Lawn Maintenance has been in business for 10 years and on YouTube since 2016. With an accumulated 25,000,000 views on their videos, the “Brian’s Lawn Maintenance” channel covers lawn care and everything related to it. It contains reviews, tips and ideas, business advice, and example work. This channel offers new videos every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday to satiate your need for more lawn care media.
Run by Jason Creel (who has started to build up his third lawn care business since 2014), this channel features practical lawn business advice on how to start and build a better lawn care business. On this channel you can find information on equipment, marketing, maintenance, mowing, weed control, fertilization and more.
Based out of Savannah, Georgia, the Blades of Grass Lawn Care YouTube channel is chock full of tips and tricks on how to make the most out of your mowers. Garnering over 17,000,000 views since the birth of their channel in 2011, Blades of Grass Lawn Care has pre-made playlists of their videos to help you with trimming, pruning, mowing, tips, tricks, and a peek at their own equipment.
Top Notch Lawn Care was created in 2013 and touts over 17,000,000 views across its 565 videos. This channel shows a more personal look at the life of a lawn care pro, offering not only videos of equipment and techniques, but a peek into the channel owner’s personal life with vlogs, weight loss journeys, and even some fun clips of him doing donuts on his mowers in the snow.
Though newer to the YouTube scene than some of the others here (having just started in 2016), the Grass Daddy channel has already amassed over 14,000,000 views with their homeowner-targeted videos. Grass Daddy has over 400 uploads detailing various equipment reviews, lawn care techniques, and more.