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Hours

Regular Hours

SunClosed

Extra Phones

Phone: (815) 223-9216

Fax: (815) 223-9216

TollFree: (800) 467-8445

Services/Products
  • Lawn Mower Repair
Brands
B & S, Briggs & Stratton, Exmark, Honda, Kohler, Stihl, Tecumseh, Toro, stihl outfitters, timbersports®
Payment method
discover, master card, visa, amex, check, debit, diners club
Categories
Snow Removal Service, Snow Removal Equipment
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Services: Lawn Mower Repair

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Sheila J.

04/19/2016

Overall

My experience was awful, will never go there again. I was told that since it was 20 yrs old that it wasn't worth fixing even though it was working before the belt broke. He even told me that I didn't take care of it even though I changed the oil every year, changed the spark plug and would start every time on first pull.

Michael U.

07/22/2015

Overall

Job Well Done. My Ariens lawn tractor died so I called Smith's for repair. They came and picked up the tractor and within 4 hours it was back to me running perfectly and the cost of repair was very reasonable.

shadowcock

04/19/2011

Overall
Snobbish and rude...

I still can't figure out why people like this place. They sell great brands, but there pricing is outrageous and the demeanor is disgusting. My latest example of their service: I have a Toro snow blower that is 5 years old. At the end of this winter (first week in March) I took it to Smiths to get it a good once over. The owners son (he has 2 that work there) told me that they wouldn't service the snow blower now because they were busy with lawnmowers. I told him since I wouldn't need the snow blower anytime soon that he could take the snow blower and work on it at their leisure. He then told me that he didn't want it taking up room in their shop and that he wouldn't work on it, he then laughed at me and told me to bring it back in October.

I don't know how a small town lawn mower and service shop make it treating people that way.

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