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Frequently Asked Questions About Lawn and Garden Equipment Service and Repair
Turn to lawn and garden equipment service and repair technicians to restore your lawn mower, string trimmer, irrigation system or pruning tools. These technicians are highly skilled in small engine repair, as well as lawn and garden equipment repair. They often have backgrounds in horticulture, agriculture and landscaping. If you need service and repair of your riding mower or tiller, for example, enlist the help of professionals. Here are some frequently asked questions in regards to lawn and garden equipment service and repair:

How can I keep my lawn mower in good condition?
There are things you can do on your own to keep your lawn mower in tip top shape. Be sure to change the oil after every 25 hours. Check spark plugs for signs of rust and clean them or replace them as needed. Make sure the filter is clear of debris, and clean it with special solvent. Replace belts as needed. Drain the fuel tank each fall and refill it with fresh gas before the winter.

What do I have to provide when ordering parts?
It’s inevitable that you’ll need replacement parts for your mower, tractor, pruner or trimmer at some point. You can pick up the parts yourself or order them over the Internet. You can even have a professional get them and install them for you. You will need to provide the model number, serial number and brand name of the equipment.

What do I look for in service technicians?
When choosing service technicians for your lawn and garden equipment, be sure to find someone who is dependable and has a good reputation in the community. You also want to look for someone who is versatile, offering on-site or off-site services. You may need someone to come to your home to fix a large item, such as a riding mower.

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When it comes to repairing lawn and garden equipment, most homeowners consider themselves to be inexperienced at best. But with a little knowledge, caring for lawn equipment like cutters and lawn mowers is easier than most people think. What follows are some answers to some commonly asked maintenance and repair questions.

  • How often should I have my mower serviced?
    Most homeowners can get away with having their mower serviced once a year at the beginning of the mowing season. A basic seasonal service will include an oil change, new air filter and spark plug adjustment.

  • What about sharpening the blade?
    Most homeowners can get away with having their mower blade sharpened once or twice a season. A sharp mower blade can help keep grass healthy and green.

  • Are there any basic lawn and garden equipment repairs I can make myself?
    Yes, in fact there are quite a few parts on mowers, tillers, and chainsaws that can be done by the layman. Basic fixes like replacing air filters and spark plugs can be done by almost anyone. Mower parts can be found at most auto supply shops and are fairly inexpensive.

  • What can a homeowner learn from a commercial landscaper?
    Commercial landscapers fastidiously maintain and repair their equipment because that's how they make their living. Homeowners, for some reason, tend to neglect their lawn mowers and tractors and frequently don't even keep up with basic maintenance.

  • Does it matter what type of gasoline I use in my mower or chainsaws?
    Yes, cheap gasoline can gum up the carburetor in a lawn mower and cause serious damage. Go ahead and get the best gasoline you can for your mower, after all, you'll probably only use a couple gallons a summer.