web analytics

Tag Archives: small engines

Lawn Mower Repair

Lawn Mower Repair and Troubleshooting Tips

It happens to the best of lawn mowers. They pop, sputter and fail. Even the most meticulous maintenance cannot prevent all the issues that come with lawn mowers and other small engine equipment. But most of these problems are not all that serious and a little DIY lawn mower repair and troubleshooting can get the

Continue Reading →
TORO

Snow Blower Guide

The Reno and Tahoe region is known for its year around scenery. In the summer, the painted landscape of the high desert gives way to the dense pine greenery circling the crystal blue of the lake. The winter brings with it heavy snow, dusting the tops of the trees and leaving the harsh desert a

Continue Reading →
Snow Blower Repair

Snow Blower Repair Quick Tips

Are you ready for the snow season? Before winter brings fresh powder for skiing season in Lake Tahoe, make sure you are ready to clear snow out with your snow blower! Dust off your snow blower and get ready for the winter season. Before you start putting your snow blower to use, make sure your

Continue Reading →
Lawn Mower Maintenance

Lawn Mower Maintenance

Whether you mow your lawn weekly or just the day before that garden party, you will want to keep your lawn mower in tip top shape. Keep your lawn mower running well for a long time with proper lawn mower maintenance. As with all small engine appliances, the first step in improved lawn mower maintenance

Continue Reading →
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

Continue Reading →
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

Continue Reading →
Lawn Mower Won;t Start

Common Small Engine Problems

Appliances with small engines are especially helpful for homeowners in Lake Tahoe and South Lake Tahoe area. But what happens when your trusty lawnmower or snow blower stops working all of a sudden? Then it is time to diagnose your small engine problem and find a solution. At Greg’s Small Engine Repair, we’d like to

Continue Reading →
repair a small engine

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

Continue Reading →
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

Continue Reading →

Ethanol Gas Wreaks Havoc on Small Engines.

Carburetor Damage From Ethanol Gas First Hand April 10, 2015 At Greg’s Small Engine Service & Repair we are constantly talking to residential and commercial clients regarding their concerns about the damaging effects of Ethanol gas on their Lawn Mowers, Snow Blowers, Portable Generators, Chipper Shredders, Rototillers, Pressure Washers and all other gasoline Small Engine

Continue Reading →

Testimonials

Greg & James are a great father/son team who provide the BEST in customer service! They just fixed our 25 year old snowblower that had never had a full service before. They picked it up & dropped it o…
Thank You!