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  • A
    Mower Medic LLC
    Carl knew exactly how to make the repair, did it in less time than I expected, and for cheaper than he quoted. He also sharpened the blades on the spot when asked. Super convenient, great quality work, and a very reasonable price!
    - Dave M.
  • A
    Mower Medic LLC
    It's wonderfully convenient not to have to cart my riding mower to a service shop. Carl came to my house (on time) with his repair truck. The work was done in about an hour. My mower runs better now than it did when I bought it brand new! He was friendly, professional, and very knowledgeable.
    Great experience. I will definitely call Mower Medic again.
    - Erin H.
  • A
    They did a very good job at a reasonable price, but all of a sudden they got backlogged and it took a month or 2 and you couldn't wait that long to leave my mower in with them. They used to be very reasonable but now they've gone up on their price. It used to be a tune up and a blade change and all that for $15/hr.

    They used to be pretty good but the more people using them and now they have a backlog and you just have to work around that. In the meantime they have gone up in price quite a bit.
    - Timothy C.
  • F
    Awful service - DO NOT USE THEM>>>>>>>>
    Tire was good and fixed.  However, when the technician drove the mower onto my trailer he hit the mower deck.  Did not think anything about the hit until I went to start the mower and the blade was hitting the side.  Cut the mower off and it would not restart.  Paid for a new starter that took 4 weeks to get the part at BECO.
    Took the mower to a different Small Engine Repair shop in Travelers Rest and they fixed my mower.  The problem was I needed a NEW starter.  This techinician indicated the old starter was NOT new and had to be replaced.  I will be going by BECO tomorrow to express my concerns over their techinician not fixing the problem I waited over 4 weeks to have fixed.  In the mean time I had to have my land bush hogged as it was too tall which costs me 100.00.  The reason given for the 4 week wait (from BECO) was to buy the starter from an after market provider (was not given the option to not buy from after market.)  When I asked how much extra it would have cost to buy from Snapper - $4.00 extra.  So I wasted 4 weeks and spent 100.00 for them to save me 4.00.  AWFUL service and Mower still not working after waiting a month.  DO NOT USE Battery and Electric.
    - Diane M.
  • D
    Mower Medic LLC
    First - he was an hour late - with no call or apology. It may have been the mower brand MTD - but he struggled to replace the belts. After talking to him it was obvious he did not follow the directions specific to this machine. Guess you can cut corners on certain ones but he didn't want to release the springs which seemed essential . Like I told him - your customer service was lacking -

    ****UPDATE : We used the mower today and it cuts at about 1/2 the speed that it used to - Mower Medic must have been a lawyer before he started providing mower repair service ..we both know that he never apologized about being late but instead mentioned that he had attempted to call me  for the first time when I presented him with a check for 125 and cited his lateness as one of the many reasons I wasn't paying the full amount. After watching this repair man struggle for an hour and hearing him say maybe he should have taken the fender off the mower - I asked about releasing the spring which is in the DIY instructions for the mower owner. He said no that's not necessary. After an hour - the mower was rolled off the truck and when I started it - the belts were squealing and he put it back on the truck for another 30 mins. So when he finally finished with the mower - I was upset that he was an hour late getting there (which at that point the phone call had never even been mentioned), that he had ignored the directions provided by MTD. When we had first talked on the phone he estimated changing 2 drive belts and one deck belt to be 125 - at the most 175 if he had to take mower back to replace a stuck pulley .  So please hire this guy if you think it is reasonable to spend almost 2 hours changing 2 drive belts on a yard machine MTD 400 series BTW - here are the actual instructions to how to replacement belt...

    from the MTD operators manual on how to change belts BELT REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT
    WARNING: Disconnect the spark plug
    wire and ground it against the engine.
    Block the wheels of the unit.
    NOTE: When changing the belts, a spring puller
    or other suitable tool is required to remove some of
    the springs. A spring puller (part number 732-0571)
    is available to assist in removal of springs.
    NOTE: Figures 21, 24 and 25 are shown with the
    unit tipped up for clarity. It is not necessary to tip the
    unit to remove the belts.
    Removing the Deck Belt
    1. Place the lift lever in the disengaged position.
    2. Remove the two belt guard pins from the engine
    pulley belt guard. See figure 21.
    NOTE: Make certain belt guard pins are
    reassembled as shown in figure 21.
    3. Unhook the deck belt from the engine pulley.
    4. Place the lift lever in the engaged (all the way
    forward) position.
    5. Disconnect the spring from the rear spring
    retainer anchor. See figure 22.
    6. Disconnect the two front deck links by removing
    the hairpin clips and flat washers.
    Figure 21
    7. Remove the belt guards at each deck pulley by
    removing the self-tapping screws. See figure 23.
    Figure 22
    8. Remove and replace the belt, following the
    instructions in reverse order.
    Figure 23
    Removing the Rear Drive Belt (Refer to figure 24)
    1. Start the engine. Place shift lever in neutral.
    Place speed control lever in high speed position
    and turn engine off. Engage lift lever (move all
    the way forward). Do not set parking brake.
    2. Disconnect the large spring from the
    transmission support bracket, using a spring
    puller or other suitable tool.
    3. Disconnect the idler spring from the bolt on the
    right side of the frame and transmission support
    4. Loosen (do not remove) the hex nut which
    secures the variable speed pulley bracket to
    allow clearance in order to remove the belts. A
    9/16" socket wrench is required.
    5. Remove belt from transmission pulley and idler
    pulley. Remove the rear drive belt from around
    the top of the variable speed pulley.
    6. Reassemble new belt, following instructions in
    reverse order.
    Removing the Forward Drive Belt (See figure 25)
    1. To remove the forward drive belt, first remove
    the rear drive belt (steps 1 through 5 of the
    preceding instructions).
    2. Remove the deck belt from the engine pulley
    (steps 1 through 3 of ??Removing The Deck
    Figure 24
    3. Remove the engine pulley belt guard by
    removing two self-tapping screws from each
    side of the frame. Remove the engine pulley
    belt guard by moving it back and to the left.
    4. Remove the forward drive belt from the engine
    pulley and from the variable speed pulley.
    5. Reassemble new belt, following instructions in
    reverse order.
    There is a third option - do it yourself - i plan to buy the spring remover and change the deck belt when i attempt to figure out why the mower is at 1/2 speed after Mower Medic replaced the two drive belts.
    - Susan W.
  • A
    NCT Small Engine Repair LLC
    I emailed Mr. Perry about repairing my riding mower. He called and I told him what the problem was. He stated that it sounded like the blades were bent and that it also needed a battery. He picked up the mower since I had to way of transporting it. I wasn't going to be home on Friday morning so he delivered the mower Saturday morning. All in all,  a quite pleasant experience. Mr. Perry went over the repairs with me and actually brought my old blades so I could see the damage. A very pleasant and personable young man. I was very pleased with the entire transaction.
    - Ruth K.
  • D
    Toro Riding Mower was picked up in mid-April for drive and blade belt replacement/adjustment and blade sharpening. I supplied the two belts to be replaced. It was difficult to get a "finish" date when work would be completed. When mower was returned, once started, it could not be turned off without choking down the engine. Inspection revealed that parts of the electrical wiring harness had been disconnected and not reconnected, the new belts were loose and slipping and apparently the mower had not been inspected and tested after the work had been done.  I had to redo much of the work I paid them to do. To this day, do not think they installed the two different belts in the right location.  Will not use again but they are the only close-by Toro Repair Facility. They are concentrating on commercial yard service business rather than individual home owners.
    - Ted W.
  • A
    This is a top notch company. You really get a great value for the price that you pay. I can t get over the fact that they pick it up, do the work, and drop it off. That s amazing to me for the price. Their work is always great as well. I would definitely recommend them to anyone.
    - LAURENS F.
  • A
    Mower Medic LLC
    Better than expected. He was very thorough and reasonably priced.
    - Charlie B.
  • A
    B & B Small Engine Repair
    - Martin R.
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