Lawn Mower Repair & Service

Professional Lawn Mower Repair in Northern Nevada    

Few things are more frustrating than hauling out your lawn mower equipment to tackle that jungle of a lawn only to be met with a sputtering sound, or worse, nothing at all!

Who's got time for that? And then of course you'll need to find someone to repair and service your lawn mower, but what if it's the weekend?

We've got you covered!

At Greg's Small Engine Service and Repair we're open 7 days a week - which means you can count on us to be here when you need us!

Whether you have commercial or residential lawn mower equipment, Greg’s Small Engine Service and Repair specializes in lawn mower service. We have the tools and experience to service a wide variety of lawn mower types.

Our commitment to quality and professional lawn mower repair means our customers in the Reno, Carson City and Incline Village area save money and time on their small engine and lawn mower service needs.

From broken starter cords, lawn mower blade sharpening to lawn mower engine overhaul or replacement, we can get the job done. 

If you need your lawn mower serviced or repaired Greg’s Small Engine Service & Repair can help! We provide a variety of services including:

  • Tune-Up & Oil Change
  • Service Air Filter
  • Sharpen Blade(s)
  • Check Ignition System
  • Adjust Cables as Necessary
  • Lubricate Linkage & Pivot Points
  • Check Recoil Operation if equipped
  • Check Electric Starter Operation if equipped
  • Check Battery if equipped
  • Check Tire Pressure
  • Check for & replace loose or lost fasteners

Frequently asked questions about lawn mower repair

Why is my lawn mower hard to start?

Possible causes:

  • Clogged or defective carburetor
  • Old or bad fuel in the carburetor/fuel system
  • Defective primer bulb
  • Defective spark plug
  • Fuel pump issues
  • Flywheel damage
  • Defective ignition coil
  • Clogged fuel filter
  • Broken switches
  • Broken rewind string

Why won't my lawn mower start?

Possible causes:

  • Defective spark plug
  • Clogged carburetor
  • Old or bad fuel in the carburetor/fuel system
  • Defective fuel pump
  • Flywheel damage
  • Defective ignition coil
  • Clogged fuel filter
  • Broken switches
  • Broken rewind string

Why won't my mower start after being in the garage all winter?

If your lawn mower wasn't properly winterized after the season, it could be old fuel clogging up the carburetor and/or fuel ports.

We pick up and deliver - give us a call!

We're open 7 days a week for your small engine service and repair needs. At Greg's Small Engine Service and Repair we're focused on helping you save time by providing pick up and delivery services.

Give us a call and we'll pick up your equipment, bring it back here to repair and service it, then bring it back to you!

Our lawn mower pickup and delivery service means no more grease stains on your car upholstery and less time stuck in the car! 

 

Testimonials

Greg and son run a great business. They provided a a very good ball park estimate when I first called. They were very helpful and honest in helping determine whether the repair would be worth it. They…
Paul S. , Reno