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(914) 455-0955


 Push mower service includes
  • Oil change
  • New air filter
  • Adjust valves if applicable
  • new fuel filter (if equipped)
  • sharpen and balance blade
  • Clean and scrape deck
  • check fuel system
  • check proper operation of safety devices

Dull mower blades break and shatter grass blades allowing them to quickly turn brown

 Winter storms make everything hard enough. But it gets harder if your snow removal equipment won't operate properly when you need it.

Snowblower services include:                  

  • Oil change, lubricate all points
  • Check for proper tire pressure
  • Check belts, adjust 
  • Adjust valves if applicable
  • Check and clean friction ring and drive plate
  • Check and lubricate speed change mechanism
  • Lubricate drive chain or gears
  • Apply corrosion inhibitor to springs and cables
  • New spark plug
  • Inspect, lube auger mechanism
  • Inspect fuel system

The parts you never see or maintain
 You depend on your generator to keep your house warm, your food cold and your lights on when the power goes out. be sure it will work when you need it
Generator service includes
  • oil change
  • New spark plug
  • Adjust valves if applicable
  • new fuel filter if equipped
  • New air filter
  • Check fuel system
  • Test output voltage and hertz
Lawn Tractor Service Includes.  
  • Oil change Oil filter if equipped.
  • New spark plug
  • New fuel filter
  • Check air filter
  • Check fuel system
  • Adjust valves if applicable
  • Check Belts
  • check blade spindles
  • Sharpen blades
  • adjust tire pressure
  • Test battery and charging system
  • Insure all safety devices are operating properly


Ethanol and Its Effects on Outdoor Power Equipment

Lawn Mower Tune Up

In today's world of rising gasoline prices, ethanol-blended fuels are increasingly more common. In many states, the standard gasoline available for consumer purchase at the pump already contains 10 percent ethanol (commonly referred to as "E10" fuel), and some areas will soon see the introduction of E15, a gasoline blend that contains 15 percent ethanol. The problem is that E15 fuels pose serious problems for many of the engines that power walk behind lawn mowers, chainsaws, trimmers and other outdoor power equipment.

The Problems with E15

The Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI) has advocated nationally regarding the damaging effects of ethanol-based fuels on small-engine equipment. These fuels, due to their corrosive nature, can seriously damage fuel systems that are not designed to handle them. E15 fuels burn significantly hotter, and as a result, they can cause a small engine to overheat. In addition, these increased-ethanol fuel blends can absorb a great deal of airborne water (which in humid or damp operating conditions makes the engine very difficult to start) and are hard to ignite within a carburetor during cold weather.

While E10 fuels are approved for use in lawnmowers and other outdoor power equipment, gasoline blends that contain higher levels of ethanol are not. In fact, the use of a fuel with more than 10 percent ethanol can actually void your equipment's warranty. (Check your equipment's owner's manual to find out what fuel is recommended for use.) And in many cases, you may actually see a warning sticker around the gas cap that clearly states that no fuels with a higher percentage of ethanol than 10 percent can be used. 

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