Here at Mowersure we offer essential lawnmower maintenance and repairs to ensure that your purchase lasts as long as possible and always functions well.

These are some little-known facts and tips that will help you to care for your machine:

  • Modern petrol deteriorates with age, in as little as six weeks. It contains alcohol. Alcohol absorbs water from the atmosphere, causing the fuel to separate out, resulting in damage or hard starting. (stabilising fuel additive is available from us)
  • Lawnmower engines are NOT waterproof like your car. (store it in a dry place)
  • Proper oil servicing is the single most important way to ensure your engine does not suffer irreparable internal wear and damage. Old oil becomes abrasive and corrosive.
  • Grass and mud stuck to the underside of your mower can cause severe rusting of the machine leading to its early demise.
  • Grass and dirt tend to clog the cooling fins of lawnmower engines resulting in engine overheating and damage.
  • Tipping the mower the wrong way can cause engine problems. (always tip with the sparkplug uppermost)
  • Annual servicing is a requirement and recommendation from the manufacturers, in order to extend the guarantee beyond the first year. (up to five years on some Hayter products)
  • Out of tune engines and blunt blades cause inefficient operation resulting in a poor cut, poor collection of grass, and environmental pollution.

 

By having us service your machinery you will be secure in the knowledge that all of these aspects and more have been addressed by an expert, diligently and carefully.

This will also satisfy the inspection requirements of health and safety legislation.

 

What you get from Mowersure servicing:

 

  • Removal of engine and machinery covers.
  • Thorough cleaning, safety inspection, service and lubrication of all parts as required.
  • Cleaning of engine cooling fins (prevent overheating)
  • Cleaning or replacement of filters.
  • Dismantling and cleaning of entire fuel system, carburettor and fuel tank.
  • Flushing and replenishing lubricating oil.
  • Lubrication of drive mechanisms.
  • Estimates in the case of possibly uneconomic repairs.
  • Responsible disposal of waste products, recycled where possible.