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Recent Lawn Mower Repair Reviews in Salineville

  • A
    Mr Mowtivator
    Diagnosed and fixed issues with riding mower. Reliable, dependable and fair prices. Will continue to use for my servicing/repair needs.
    - Stefani C.
  • A
    Greenville Tire & Rubber Supply
    Greenville Tire and Rubber Supply were prompt, courteous and helpful. They knew what they were talking about. They've been established for some time now. I get tires for my car there too. They seem to be very fair in price. They also do automobile inspection. My mother is going to get some tire for her car and I recommended that she go to them.
    - Thomas J.
  • A
    We were referred to Vernon's by the handler of the warrenty on our tractor.  They picked our tractor up in a timely fashion, repaired it and returned it within 3 days.  In the mean time we were kept informed of the work needed and repairs done.
    - Helen H.
  • A
    - NICK M.
  • B
    I chose them because they were nearby.  It was easy to get the equipment to them, meaning that timely, they said yes, they could get it done quickly.  They do well.  I will continue to use this company in the future. 
    - Dennis S.
  • B
    Took root tiller to their facility, they do not usually work on my manufacttor of device but agreeded to check it out, they did a good job.
    - Douglas C.
  • C
    When the mower was returned to me, I checked all fluid levels before using it.  They had failed to add transmission fluid.  I have never done business with them since.  The questionairre asked for approximate date of was actually near 2000 this service was performed, but this year was not among those listed.
    - Tona M.
  • F
    Mc Cullough Hardware
    I had been calling around to get quotes on servicing my tractor and McCullough had the best pricing out of the quotes I had gotten. They sounded really nice on the phone and made it sound like it wouldn't be a problem to get my tractor in and out. I didn't get an exact time frame, but considering it was just a routine service job and a flat tire, I assumed it would be quick. It is now May 1st and I still don't have my tractor/mower back. I have been calling several times a week for the last few weeks to find out when it will be done and I keep getting told that "maybe tomorrow" it will be ready. I'm starting to feel like they take on as many jobs as possible and probably have more jobs lined up than time to complete them.
    - Marilyn V.
  • F
    My 18 year old mower would not start. Since I had purchased a new mower for my home I was using this one at my weekend cottage. I was informed that the price would be around $500 to repair it. I was reluctant to allow the repair work because of the age of my mower, but the service manager said that it was still a very good mower and they don't "make them the new ones as good as this anymore". In spite of my trepidation I agreed to get the work done. After Cortland Mower keeping the mower over a month and charging me over $500 I picked it up and took it an hour away to my rural weekend cottage. The following weekend I went to start it and it would not start at all nor would the battery charge. I loaded it back in my truck and made the hour trip back to Cortland Mower. They kept the mower another two weeks and then informed me that it would be another $150+ for additional work that they had to do. I explained the age of the mower, what I had already paid, etc. The service manager would not compromise, admit any culpability, or even take $10 off the additional charges. At this point he threatened to sell the mower if I didn't pay the additional charges and pick it up. I really had no choice, but again tried to reason with him when I picked it up. When I challenged the veracity of the dealership over this shady transaction he became abusive. He personalized his comments and told me to get off his property. I asked him to call the local police so that we could jointly file a report and he refused. He told me that I could file any report I wanted to and then cursed me out. At that point I could see that he was very angry and I asked to just have someone help to load the mower on my pick up truck and I would leave. He refused and told me to load it myself. I informed him that I was a 60 year old military veteran with a heart condition and shouldn't push it up the pick up truck ramp myself. He said that he didn't care and then walked away. I pushed it up myself which left me breathless. I have thought about this for two months now and finally decided to report the incident to Angie's  list. This is the first time that I have ever written a negative report on anyone, but I don't see any alternative. I could have saved money by going to a large dealership for the repair, but have been a good customer to Cortland Mower for twenty years. I even purchased this mower from them originally and would have purchased another from them if they said that the mower was not cost effective to fix. I even bought mower oil and batteries from them rather than the big box stores to keep the money in my community. The bottom line is that I have never been treated that badly or felt so abused as a customer in my entire life. I would never recommend Cortland Mower to anyone ever again and even considered legal recourse. I hope that no one ever has the same experience that I had with Cortland Mower and would caution anyone from using their service department. 
    - Susan M.
  • F
    During every phase of the repair, employees were rude, unfriendly, unappreciative, unresponsive, and most importantly unable to fix what I paid an excessive amount of money for.  Here's how my experience went:  - Loaded broken lawn mower into truck and drove to Agnew Lawn and Garden.  There was one person behind a counter and one customer ahead of me.  Even though it was obvious I was there for a repair, the man at the counter waited until he completed waiting on someone else to tell me I had to go to the 'other' counter for repair?  Really?  The other counter where there is no employee?  Oh wait, there she is in the back on a personal phone call!    - Go over to 'Service' counter where rude lady reluctantly ended her phone call after a few minutes, finally came and asked what I wanted.  Upon informing rude woman who should have retired decades ago that I had brought my mower for repair, she gleamed for the only time as she informed me it would be two weeks.  Really?  to fix a lawn mower?  As I am relatively new to Boardman, I knew of no other place to get mower repaired, so I reluctantly left my $20 deposit and a pointing finger on where I needed to drop off my mower.  Was there ever a thank you?  Not in this place!  - Dropped mower off in back garage where an older gentleman who, admittedly was amiable enough, stashed my mower amongst the other unfortunates that had already previously done the same.  - 14 days later I rec'd a call that the repair would be $110 and did I want them to move forward with it?  As I gazed out on the cattle grazing on what used to be my lawn, I pondered my choices and agreed to let them do the work.  Did I hear a thank you here?  Nope, not in this place.  I asked if it would be ready the next day, which would have made it available before the weekend and only received a smart a** response that if no one called me it wouldn't be ready.  Hmmm.  - 3 days later I rec'd a call that the mower - which incidentally is barely worth $110 - was ready to be picked up.  Drove over and rude lady 1 was talking to rude lady 2, only half paying attention to the transaction of taking the balance of my $110.  What's that?  Did I hear a thank you for my business?  Not in this place.  - Went in back and had to help load mower into my truck.  Surely now I'd get a thanks for your business?!  Nope, NEVER happened.  - Got home and started mower right away.  Ran perfectly for about 6 minutes and then died.  again, and again, and again, until it would start no more. This is easily the worst service I have received anywhere in this town where bad service is just an accepted way of life.  There ARE other places to get mower repair and I can't imagine any of them could be worse than Agnew Lawn and Garden.  Do yourself a favor and don't find out the hard way like I did.
    - Robert M.
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  • Watson's Inc

    7130 East State Street
    Hermitage, Pennsylvania