Charleston Riding Lawn Mower Repair and Service in Kanawha County, WV

Mark The Mechanic

Call – 304-395-3330

Is your lawn mower in need of a specialty riding lawn mower repair and service shop near Charleston WV?

We are your local lawn mower repair experts and can help with all brands of riding lawn mowers including Craftsman, Cub Cadet, Husqvarna, John Deere, MTD, Murray, Poulan, Poulan Pro, Troy-Bilt and more. Your riding lawn mower is such an important machine at your home, farm or business and it needs to run its best to keep up with the demands of the mowing season.

Our shop will take expert care of it and repair things like carburetor problems, tune-ups, drive train problems, deck and drive belt changes, oil and filter changes, air filter and spark plug changes, adjust the deck height and level the deck, electrical problem or lighting issues as well as tire, wheel and brake problems. We also sharpen and replace bad or worn lawn mower blades. We can fix any riding lawn mower that is currently available today and some older models. We only use the best parts, both OEM and aftermarket to repair your mower.

Today’s riding lawn mower is a very complex machine and everything needs to be in as perfect working order as possible to ensure they start and operate correctly. If just one item on the riding lawn mower is malfunctioning, it can shut down the machine entirely or prevent it from starting in the first place.

Your professional riding lawn mower service mechanic has the special tools and training to repair these complex machines and to tune them to factory specifications and ensure your mowers functions as it should. A riding lawn mower service technician has in-depth knowledge about the carburetor, cylinder, cylinder head, crankshaft, fuel system, pressurized oil system, crankcase and sump and camshaft as well as the valve train, both intake and exhaust and rocker arms. This knowledge makes the repair process faster and helps ensure a quality repair job is done every time. A solid maintenance program to perform things like oil changes as well as air filter changes is something that must be done during scheduled maintenance as recommended by the manufacturer. Oil changes are normally performed at the first 5 hours for a new engine and then every 25 hours thereafter. Some models can go longer between oil changes.

We may rebuild a carburetor, change out a fuel solenoid, replace broken or cracked fuel lines, replace broken or cracked drive belts, replace and change tires, replace or repair the transmission or hydrostatic drive, repair the electrical system, replace and recharge the battery and test the alternator and charging system, repair and service the steering linkages, test and troubleshoot the PTO system and more. It may also be necessary to weld the frame or deck of the riding lawn mower if it cracks or breaks.

If your riding lawn mower has a Briggs and Stratton, Honda, Kohler, Kawasaki, MTD or Tecumseh engine  in it, we can repair and service it for you as well as provide overhaul services as necessary. In many cases a short block is a less expensive repair procedure that can save you hundreds of dollars in repair costs.

The city of Charleston is the capital and largest city in West Virginia. It was first settled in 1788 with a military installation, Fort Lee. It is a city of roughly 50,000 people and the industry varies from chemicals to general merchandising.

Give our shop a call and let us inspect, diagnose, troubleshoot, repair and test your Charleston WV riding lawn mower. We strive to perform the best possible repairs in a quick and efficient manner.

When you need Riding Lawn Mower Repair and Service in Charleston WV, call Mark The Mechanic at 304-395-3330 today!

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