We Offer Lawn Mower Repairs & Maintenance In Coffs Harbour

Reliable Servicing & Repairs

Extend the life of your outdoor power equipment with regular repairs and maintenance from Urunga Chainsaw & Mower. From lawn mower repairs to fixing your busted brushcutters, we do it all. Our professionals assist clients throughout the Mid North Coast, including Urunga and Coffs Harbour.

With years of experience, our mechanics and repair staff will examine your equipment and find the cause of the problem. Our team works with almost all makes of equipment, including Stihl, Ventrac and Honda. 

For your convenience, we also offer pick-up and drop-off services for ride-on mowers and tractor mowers. Professional contractors can count on our mechanics to provide efficient turnaround times—we know how crucial your equipment is to your business.

To find out how we can help you, call Urunga Chainsaw & Mower on (02) 6655 6411.

Consult Our Experts

Did you know you can book a free consultation with our expert mechanics? We’ll be more than willing to help you determine what works best for your yard. We’ve got more than 30 years of experience in the industry and are dedicated to providing exceptional customer service.

Machine Of Mower — Gardening Equipment In Urunga, NSW

Why choose Urunga Chainsaw & Mower?

You’ll also find a range of accessories and spare parts at Urunga Chainsaw & Mower. We have everything you need for the upkeep of your equipment!

Frequently Asked Questions

Appropriate service intervals for your garden equipment depends on how long you’ve had the product and how many hours a day you’ve been using it. Check your machine’s operations manual for the recommended running time. Single-cylinder engines generally require maintenance after every 25 hours of use, while twin-cylinder engines should be checked after about 40 hours of use.

The safest way to keep your mower clean is by using an air compressor or a leaf blower. Using a pressure washer is not advised unless you know which parts of the machine should not come in contact with water. Keep in mind that it is important to check your gardening equipment’s product manual for proper instructions on how to keep it clean after every use.

While all batteries will need to be replaced eventually, you can extend service life by using a battery tender. Battery tenders are low-amperage chargers that keep batteries fully charged without overcharging. You should also separate removable batteries from your equipment and store them in a dry, frost-free area during winter. Make sure that you warm the batteries first before using your equipment again.