Take advantage of our FALL MAINTENANCE SPECIAL with free winterize, Nov 1st through Jan 15th:

      - Walk mower 13 point service including winterize, $80 + tax (normally $95 + tax)

      - Hand held/ 2-cycle 8 point service including winterize, $55 + tax (normally $85 + tax) 

Pick-up and Delivery available for walk mowers, riders (Discounted November 1st through January 15th):

        - Walk mowers  $50.00, 8 mile radius max  ($20.00 Nov. 1st through Jan. 15th)

        - Riders  $100.00  ($20.00 Nov. 1st through Jan. 15th)

Call for pick-up 972-335-0995

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FULL SERVICE REPAIR SHOP ON SITE

Our repair technicians are certified professionals with awards for outstanding service and professionalism

We offer:

  • Engine Service/ Repair for any brand of mower:  Wont' start, recoil starter broken, blowing smoke, etc.

  • Full Service/ Repair for Snapper, Honda, Stihl, Echo, Shindaiwa, DR, and Toro gas powered equipment.

  • Sharpening of mower blades, chainsaw blades, hedge trimmers and manual trimmers, clippers and loppers.

 

      Full service for most Zero Turn Radius and Riding Tractors:   Toro, Snapper, MTD, Huskie, Yard Machines, Troy Bilt, White, Craftsman, Husqvarna, Poulan, Weedeater, John Deere, Murray, Cub Cadet, and others. (Please call to verify that we service a brand not listed above).


We can provide engine repair or replacement service on most lawn mowers or garden tractors & zero turn mowers.

Please 

contact us

 for details

Maintenance Service

13 Point Service -  Walk Mowers:  Approx. $95.00 total - includes parts

8 Point Service   -  Hand Held (2-cycle) Equipment:  Approx. $85.00 total - includes parts

Blade Sharpen and Oil Change - $35.00 + tax

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If your walk mower, 2-cycle hand held unit, or pressure washer is hard to start, runs rough, won't start--repairs typically cost between $85-$150 ($35.00 minimum charge)

Call for PICK-UP or service quote  972-335-0995


Tips For Long Service From Your Lawn Care Equipment

Regardless of Brand:

Buy fresh fuel from a gas station that moves a lot of fuel and use fuel stabilizer.  If mixing oil/fuel use the display on the pump to accurately measure the correct fuel volume in your container

Do NOT store fuel in a storage container or the unit for more than 30 DAYS at a time

Make sure there is no debris in your fuel can. May need to use a flashlight to see bottom of can.

Store your four stroke and two-cycle equipment over non-use months with canned fuel.

Remember - fuel related repairs are not covered under anyone's warranty

On 4-stroke engines: Check oil level before each use and change the oil every 50 hours (or annually)

Clean the air filter regularly and replace every 50 hours (or annually)

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