Lawnmower Winter Service in Southport. Winter can be one of the most beautiful times of the year, but as it’s more than a little chilly, the majority of us probably also spend much less time outside. At this time of year you might well be thinking about tucking your lawnmower up for winter. However, before you do, its best practice to have us check over your lawnmower during it’s winter service before it goes into storage. If you store your lawnmower without cleaning it and draining fuel you might find it doesn’t work in the spring. All of us have got to the point in the spring when we want to use our mower and it just won’t start, but winter servicing here at Redblade Mowers is cost effective and can mean your machine is much more likely to run smoothly come spring, when you need it.
We are a family-run business and leading expert on garden machinery. Offering a wide range of garden and grounds maintenance products like ride-on tractors and lawnmowers, leaf blowers, and chain-saws from a variety of top brands. Purchasing the right equipment is just one aspect of garden and lawn maintenance. Ensuring that your equipment is kept in good working condition is a vital part of it too. Our staff of well-trained, qualified technicians can help you to keep your garden machinery in tip-top condition. We also provide excellent repair services at competitive rates.
In Southport, our lawnmower services will not only meet your needs but also your budget. Often, you may need minor services like sharpening the blades or just a professional tune-up. We are glad to take on these tasks along with other more complex ones like engine servicing, repairs and replacement of worn parts. People often neglect lawnmowers assuming that they’re relatively simple pieces of equipment. However, timely servicing and identification of problems helps to keep them in good shape for years. You also need to remove the fuel completely after use and give it a good clean, especially the under carriage. Air-filters and spark-plugs may need periodic replacement. Sometimes, dirt or water may get into the carburettor, and your mower may stop working.
Contact us to get your lawnmower booked in for its winter service.