Here in Northeast Florida, we usually have mild winters, and many of us don’t even stop using our power equipment through the winter months for fall power equipment care:
- the lawn grows uneven and shaggy looking
- warmer days offer an opportunity to pressure wash our home, patio, driveway, or other outdoor items
- portable generators need to be run periodically to assure they are ready for use in an emergency
But if you are done with your power equipment until the Bermuda grass starts turning green again in the spring, the main thing you need to remember is to add Briggs & Stratton 5-in-1 Advanced Formula Fuel Stabilizer & Treatment to your gas tank.
- the first step in any small engine maintenance is to review the instructions in your power equipment Owners Manual.
- next run your lawn mower, lawn tractor, or pressure washer (outside) to get the fuel additives and preservatives that protect your small engine from the effects of ethanol damage through your engine fuel system
- finally, top off your fuel tank to prevent accumulation of moisture that could lead to corrosion
If you don’t have the time to do this maintenance on your
- lawn mower
- lawn tractor
- portable generator
- pressure washer
yourself, give Black Creek Services a call at 904.449.3986. We can help you keep your small engine-powered equipment maintained for a fair and reasonable price.
- Pickup and delivery service is available, too!
When springtime rolls around, we can also help you make sure your power equipment is ready for a busy season with a Springtime Small Engine Maintenance Service.
Black Creek Services, Inc. offers mobile lawn mower repair and mobile lawn tractor repair in the Jacksonville Florida area. We’re talking Jacksonville, Orange Park, Fleming Island, Green Cove Springs, and Middleburg, Florida.