As always in bad winter weather even if we are not here we will be glad to meet you here to get you going- weekends or holidays if we can. Call us. We have a bunch of Dr apt so if we are gone there we will let you know when we should be back. Check our calender page for events we are scheduled for.
Always call before you make a trip here to be sure we are here. Check the calender page for open and closed dates for the lawnmower shop and for the Countryside sale barn. We are also closed for about and hr between 12:30 and 2 for lunch. PLEASE IF YOU ARE COMING FOR PARTS BRING YOU MODEL NO’S . Computer look-ups start with the Model No and sometimes we need other info depending on what parts you are looking for. If you can’t find them call us- that might save you a trip. If we don't answer leave your no and what you need and we will call you back. A lot of parts are made overseas and it is a very slow boat from China that brings them here.
Get that chain saw in for service, sharpening, or other repairs. We accept credit cards.
So far this years schools are on EFI engines(Electronic Fuel Injection). Good fuels with no ethanol are a MUST. Fuels go bad in 30 days- don’t smell like it but have no pizazz! Get fresh fuels every time. They can save as much as 1/2 the fuel cost - lots cleaner running engines BUT if you use ethanol gas your repairs will be very expensive and it is not covered by warranty. Also a receipt is a MUST for warranty.
Don’t use ethanol in mowers or chain saws. It can damage any rubber components and corrode the metals. Put 1 gal gas in your car before you fill your can of gas in case the guy before filled up with ethanol or flex fuels. After mowing dump your gas into your car and go get fresh gas every time you mow. Bad fuel is not covered by warranty. And on a 2 cycle the ethanol takes out the carb diaphrams, rubber on the seals in the engine as well as old fuel setting ethanol draws moisture and turns corrosive and will eat up the metals inside the carb or clog the holes with corrosion and actually eat the metals in the crankcase. Valve issues-getting valves adjusted to be sure you run right. Major repairs possible if you don’t from starter to new engine!!! Get your mower in for spring service this winter.
Things to remember-