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Small Engine Repair

Small Engine Maintenance

Whether it be in a lawnmower to cut that thick summer grass, or a snow blower for the dense pack that blocks your driveway, small engines help us with some of the most labor intensive home care tasks. If you own your own home, equipment powered by small engines is nearly mandatory. Without this equipment,

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Snow Blower tune up

Winter and Snow Blower Safety

Snow blowers are those handy winter machines that save your back from the strain of shoveling snow. A good snow blower is vital to reducing the negative effects of snow accumulation during those long winter months. We often think of snow blowers in terms of convenience. Snow Blowers allow us to remove large amounts of

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portable generator maintenance

Portable Generator Maintenance Tips

Your portable generator allows you to support outdoor and emergency electrical needs, and it is imperative you take good care of your portable generator. At Greg’s Small Engine Service & Repair, we have come up with some important things to keep in mind for portable generator maintenance! Gasoline and Oil Requirements When going through your

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pressure washer

Pressure Washer Tips

Sometimes areas of your property need a deep cleaning. The outside of your house and your driveway are two of the biggest culprits for accumulating dirt and grime, diminishing the overall appearance of your home. After using a pressure washer, your house, driveway, and patio will look like new! How to Choose a Pressure Washer

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keeping small engines clean

Keeping Small Engines Clean

From lawnmowers and snowblowers to pressure washers and portable generators, there are many small engine appliances that can make life easier for residents of Lake Tahoe and South Lake Tahoe. To increase the longevity of use of small engine appliances, Lake Tahoe and South Lake Tahoe homeowners can keep their small engine appliances clean. Remove

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How to Repair a Small Engine

At Greg’s Small Engine Service & Repair, we want to help you take care of your small engine appliances. Here are some steps you can take to repair a small engine before seeking professional help. Small engine diagnosis and repair is like a puzzle. In order to repair a small engine, you must identify which

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snow blower storage

Small Engine Maintenance: A DIY Guide

Why Small Engine Maintenance? Small engine maintenance is essential for your small engine appliances because it gives you the opportunity to take preventative care. Spending time on small engine maintenance saves you time and money on larger repairs because you can catch them early or prevent them. At Greg’s Small Engine Service & Repair, we

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snow blower storage

Frustrated By Snow Blower Engine Repair?

Is Your Snow Blower In Desperate Need of Repairs Forecast is for more snow and you are sitting with a snow blower needing engine repair. Your back is killing you from already shoveling more than your share of snow and there doesn’t appear to be an end in sight. One more snow fall and you

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fixing a lawn mower

Tools You Need To Fix a Lawn Mower Engine

Don’t Freak Out if You Need to Fix a Lawn Mower When it comes time to have to fix your lawn mower, many find dread in the mere fact that it is broken. Diagnosing the issue adds to the despair and then knowing which tools you will need to complete the job only adds to

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lawn mower engine repair

Expert Lawn Mower Engine Repair

Do You Need a Lawn Mower Engine Repair? There is nothing worse than having a down lawn mower when the grass is begging to be cut. The most common issue when your lawn mower engine needs repair is the carburetor, but if you know little to nothing about the workings of a lawn mower engine,

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Testimonials

I asked Greg’s Small Engine Power Equipment Service & Repair to look at and repair three different Small Engine Machines – a Snow Blower, Rototiller & a Pressure Washer. They were honest and straight…
Ken - Reno NV