Lawn Mower Tune Ups

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Get your mower ready for spring.

Have you ever wondered why your mower won’t start after sitting all winter or why it bogs down in the thick summer grass? Envisioning money probably doesn’t help the mental state—we get it. But at Mower Doctor, we want to ease your minds and help you save those Benjamins. After all, fresh fuel, proper tire pressures, and regular service are critical to a well-maintained machine that will run perfectly and last longer! And as a rule of thumb, it’s best to get your mower serviced once a year. This includes blade sharpening, oil changes, safety checks, and more. Still not convinced? A small service fee can save you hundreds of dollars in repair costs. So bring your mower in today for a tune-up—you won’t regret it!

Lawn Mower Repair Services


Custom Approach

When it comes to lawn care, there’s no one-size-fits-all approach. The best way to keep your lawn looking its best is to invest in a quality lawn mower that can handle the specific conditions of your yard. But even the best ones need occasional repairs and maintenance, which is where our team comes in.

Blade Repair / Blade Replacement

We can help you troubleshoot any problems with your mower and get it running like new again. We can help you sharpen your blade or even replace it if it’s too damaged. We also carry a wide selection of replacement blades to fit any model of mower. In addition to dull blades, another common problem is dirty gas tanks.

Stabilize Your Fuel

Over time, dirt and debris can build up in the tank, causing the mower to run less efficiently. We recommend adding a fuel stabilizer to your gas tank to prevent this. This will help to keep the tank clean and to avoid build-up over time.

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Tune Up Your Lawn Mower Today!

Now that you know all about the benefits of a well-maintained lawn mower, it’s’ time to take action! Please don’t wait until it breaks down and you’re faced with costly repairs. Be proactive, and schedule regular maintenance checkups to prevent problems down the road. Dull blades are one of the most common problems we see, and they can easily be avoided with proper care. So don’t wait - call us today for a cost estimate and get your lawn equipment in tip-top shape!