I typically pull my lawn mower out, put fresh fuel in it and it turns right on. I will say on occasion (about every 3-5 years) it want go. This year that's exactly what happened and like usual I was ready to just go and buy another one. The only problem was the last mower I bought ($550). This was supposed to be one of the best made. So I wanted find a repair shop to take it in to and see if maybe it was just something minor. I went to my trusty online "WWW.YP.COM" and type in lawn mower repair. I looked at several places before stumbling across "Amarillo In-Home Lawn Mower Repair and Service". I didn't know such a thing existed. So, I gave them a call. I will admit I was quite skeptical to start. But they were very knowledgeable and quickly put my mind at ease after only a few questions then giving me a logical explanation of the prob. I made appointment for same day, cost about the same as if took to shop but I didn't have to load that heavy and bulky thing in my clean car. Awesome!!
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Man, I tell you what... Being a woman, not knowing anything about these types of things; it's real easy to be taken advantage of. Which is the main reason I wanted to stick with one of the more established shops in town. This was purely out of curiosity and the fact that my mower is so hard to load up, and then they wanted to charge to pick it up and deliver it. Of course, that was on top of the $85 Min to tell you what's wrong with it. It was going to cost me $125 to have it picked up, then look at and tell me what's wrong and to bring it back. This does not include the price of fixing it or any parts he said it could potentially need. I saw the add for this place and gave them a call. He asked me a few questions and told me what he thought was going to be the problem and how much he would charge to fix it. I actually ended up paying less then what I was quoted $20 less than the other place to only pick it up and tell me what was wrong, this company did the entire job!!