Lawn Mower, generator, small engine snowblower, Bel Air

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My Mobile Mechanic...For all your power equipment needs!

It's stressful enough when your lawn mower, snowblower, or other power equipment products break down. To add to it, figuring out how to transport your equipment to the nearest local repair shop can make it more of a hassle. Not to mention, you're stuck waiting for slower turnaround times.   We offer an option that mixes quality with convenience! Fallston, Bel Air, Whitemarsh, Cecil County.  Mobile Lawnmower, Small Engine and Generator Repair Service 

We Come to You!

We serve all of Harford, Baltimore and Cecil Counties. We come to you! That's right! From routine maintenance and tune ups, to all major and minor repairs, we come to you and do all the repairing on site! No more struggling to transport your equipment , paying pick up and delivery fees and having to wait weeks at a time for your repairing to be completed - contact us today for an appointment! Most calls are handled same day.            

Service call fee is $79.00

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Bel Air, Fallston, Street, Kingsville, Aberdeen, Havre de grace, Edgewood, Joppatown

Riding Mower Service

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Keep your lawn tractor or zero turn mower rolling smoothly

  • Is your equipment in crisis or does it just need some routine maintenance? We offer small engine, lawn mower, generator repair in  Bel Air, Fallston, Street, Kingsville, Aberdeen, Havre de grace, Edgewood, Joppatown.  No need to wrestle it into your vehicle for a trip to the repair shop. My Mobile Mechanic comes to you. Our truck is stocked with all the tools and parts needed to service all brands and all models.You can count on us to do it right the first time, saving you time, money and aggravation. Ride on!  

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Push mower service

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Walk-behind mower maintenance and tune-ups – all makes and models

Whether you have a major problem with the motor or something minor like a faulty belt, My Mobile Mechanic will have you up and running in short time. My Mobile Mechanic is a shop on wheels. It arrives at your location with all the tools needed for your job.Just think of all the time and money you’ll save by not having to take your walk-behind lawn mower to a shop and wait weeks for it to be ready! 

Schedule a tune-up before the start of spring mowing season. 

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Maintain Your Snow blower – 8 Things to Do Before the Snow Flies

 

  1. Change the Spark Plug
    Disconnect the plug from the lead, and remove it with a wrench. If there’s damage or deposits, replace it. If not, pop it back in – secure but not too tight.
  2. Inspect the Belts
    Wear and tear? Cracks? If so, replace them. Tip: Snap a photo of the belts before you take them off so you’ll know exactly where they go.
  3. Give the Paddles Their Due
    The auger paddles are the hardest working parts on your snow blower, so check them often for wear and tear. If they don’t hit the ground anymore or play it safe and call the pros at My Mobile Mechanic
  4. Check the Shave Plate
    This scrapes the snow off your driveway. If it’s worn on a single-stage snow blower, reverse it. For a two-stage snow blower, replace it.
  5. Flip the Skid Shoes
    These are the adjustable pieces on a two-stage snow blower that let you set the height of your auger. Most are reversible. If yours look worn, flip the over and use the other side, making a note to replace them next year.
  6. See if the Shear Pins are Damaged
    Shear pins connect the auger to the gear case. Did you know they’re meant to break? It’s a safety feature – they’ll break if the auger and gear case are overloaded. Tip: Keep several extras in the garage. You don’t want to have them break with no replacements on hand.
  7. Change the Oil
    Let the blower warm up to make the oil flow easier. Then turn it off, pull the drain plug and drain the oil into a container. Pop the plug back in and fill the machine up with oil.
  8. Use Fresh Gas with Stabilizer
    Fill ‘er up with fresh gas (you did remember to empty it last season, right?) and make sure to include fuel stabilizer. It’ll keep the gas fresh longer and help prevent clogs.

Remember to be safe when working with tools, and always protect yourself. If in doubt, call the pros at My Mobile Mechanic in Bel Air.

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 Use Fresh Gas with Stabilizer Fill ‘er up with fresh gas (you did remember to empty it last season, right?) and make sure to include fuel stabilizer. It’ll keep the gas fresh longer and help prevent clogs. 

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