The last lawn mowing of the season is probably upon us (if you haven’t stopped already). This means you should do some winterizing maintenance to your mowers, weed eaters, tillers and blowers.
Following a few maintenance rules now will save you time and frustration next spring when you try to start your lawnmower. There is no bigger frustration in the spring than having an overgrown lawn, time to cut it, and a mower that doesn’t work. Maintenance now will help your mower run smoother and increase the overall life of the motor.
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