Riding Mower Repair

A riding mower can make your lawn care job speedier and more efficient. For this reason, you should take good care of your mower and ensure that it is properly maintained. The average cost of buying a low-end riding mower is around $1,000 while top-of-the-line units can cost up to $3,000. With this cost, you would just prefer a repair job on your old and defective riding mower. Your best option is to send it to a shop specializing in riding mower repair.

But don’t just bring your riding mower to a non-reliable repair shop. Bring it to us at Dave’s Outdoor Power. Our expert mechanics will take good care of your riding mowers, regardless of their make or model. We also provide preventative maintenance service and offer proper care tips to prolong the service life of your mower. We serve Round Rock, TX and surrounding areas. Call (512) 244-2050 now, and let us talk about your riding mower repair needs.

Riding Mower Repair and Maintenance

At Dave’s Outdoor Power, we offer comprehensive riding mowing repair services. From conducting maintenance works on your unit to performing repairs and engine overhaul, you can rely on our services. Some of the maintenance tasks that we can perform include:

  • Air filter replacement
  • Change oil
  • Blade sharpening
  • Oil filter washing

Do not opt for a DIY repair if you have damaged or malfunctioning riding mower. Always rely on professionals to fix the problem.

Here are some of the riding mower issues that may require immediate repair or maintenance work:

  • Out of oil. Letting your riding mower dry up while it is running can be an expensive mistake. Latest mower models have turn-off switches to avoid too much damage. But if yours doesn’t have that kind of off-switch and it won't start, you may need to replace the engine.

  • Engine trouble. Many factors can cause engine trouble. Your mower may have a bad spark plug, a blocked carburetor or a faulty starter. Old fuel that remains in the engine for a long time can evaporate and cause engine blockage. The best solution is to clean the carburetor and drain out the old fuel.

  • Blowing smoke. Riding mowers that belch out smoke may appear to be on its last legs. You can repair this issue by replacing your air filters. But if it still blows smoke whenever you start your engine, it may be time for a mechanic to check it out.

  • Dull blade. If your mower doesn’t cut the grass anymore, it’s best to check the blade belt. If you see that it’s torn or cracked, you should replace those blades. Or you can always seek out a technician to do the blade sharpening for you.

Affordable Riding Mower Repair

Dave's Outdoor Power is the most affordable riding mower repair shop in Round Rock. Not only do we provide reliable riding mower repair services, but we also provide solutions and maintenance tips to help ease your mower repair burdens. Our expert mechanics can handle all the repair jobs for you, so come and check us out. All costs and other parts purchases are explained to our customers. Don’t make your big yard wait to be cleaned and mowed; schedule your riding mower repair online today!

We Provide Services to the Following Cities, Towns and Surrounding Regions of TX: