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2020 Spring Service

2020 Spring Service

Spring Service Preview We have scheduled Spring Lawn Mower Service for 2020. Pick-Up will begin the second week of March and will continue through the end of March. At least one week prior to actual pick-up we will send an email. At least 24 hours prior to your actual...

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State Road 37 Project

Major improvements are coming to our neighborhood along State Road 37. We are extremely excited that construction projects will improve traffic connections between Fishers, Noblesville and Indianapolis. Despite construction equipment, access to our store is normal. We...

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Fall Clean-Up Improves Lawn Health

Fall lawn care is not just raking leaves and picking up sticks. There's some really smart tips to follow as the leaves change color and temperatures dip. Mowing in the Fall is important Lower your cutting height - As days shorter and sunlight fades, shorter grass...

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2020 Showroom Preview – Snowblowers

2020 Showroom Preview – Snowblowers

Winter 2019-2020 Showroom Preview Ahead of the dreaded winter season, our 2019 & 2020 lineup of snowblowers are arriving. Honda and Toro continue to lead the industry in quality, innovation and value. For decades, these brands have set incredibly high standards....

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Sharpening Blades

Sharpening Blades

New vs. Sharp vs. Dull The health of your lawn depends on a clean cut. Sunlight, rain and nutrient rich soil may not overcome the damage of a dull blade. Always start the season with sharp blade edges and a clean deck. A sharp, clean lawnmower blade produces a clean...

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Starting Your Equipment After Off Season Service

Starting Your Equipment After Off Season Service

Preparing your mower for spring When The Mower Shop services equipment during the off season our technicians prep the engines for dormant periods. We fill fuel tanks with fresh stabilized fuel, charge batteries on mowers with electric start and clean equipment of all...

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2019 Showroom Preview – Walk Power Mowers

2019 Showroom Preview – Walk Power Mowers

Spring 2019 Showroom Preview Ahead of the cutting season, our 2019 lineup of walk power mowers is arriving. Honda and Toro continue to lead the industry in quality, innovation and value. For decades, these brands have set incredibly high standards. While many other...

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Snowblower Troubleshooting

Snowblower Troubleshooting

Snowblower Common Issues Winter snow storms arrive quickly and often without much warning. Many homeowners struggle to start snowblowers, experience poor performance or complete failures during these storms. A few common issues are simple to remedy and others require...

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Fall Lawn Care

Fall Lawn Care

Best Practices Caring for your lawn equipment makes chores easier. As summer comes to an end we must deal with leaves, prepping your lawn mower and for those in the north removing snow blowers from storage. This weekend I prepped my lawn for fall feeding and aeration....

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Fall Seeding

After grueling summer temperatures lawns rebound in the early fall. Feeding your lawn now helps restore you lawn and enhances your lawn's health in the spring. Many homeowners depend on professional lawn care companies to apply fertilizers and preventative treatments....

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Choosing the Proper Power Blower

Choosing the Proper Power Blower

Falling leaves may quickly overwhelm your lawn this fall. There are many solutions to dealing with leaf collection but the stalwart appliance to reduce time and energy is a power blower. Echo power blowers include cordless handheld blower, powerful gas models and...

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Removing Snowblower from Storage

Snowthrowers fill a vital but unique necessity for cold weather homeowners. In some states, snowthrowers are used as frequently as lawnmowers. In other regions, snowblowers may sit dormant for many months and sometimes a full year. After these long periods in storage,...

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Lawn Mower Storage

Our service department is bombarded with hundreds of lawn mowers each spring. Homeowners struggle with engines that will not start, flat tires, broken belts, snapped cables and many other issues. Most of the issues are preventable with proper maintenance and careful...

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