(Blade sharpening includes balancing as well.)
All makes and models are accepted. Sharp lawn mower blades/chains are essential for the maintenance of a healthy lawn/yard. Blunt blades/chains tear rather than slice, stress your grass/wood, and make your lawn/yard more vulnerable to disease.
The frequency in which you sharpen your blades depends on several factors. If you are maintaining a large property your mower blade will need sharpening more frequently. Much depends on how long it takes you to complete your grass cutting and whether your lawn is relatively free of obstructions or strewn with fallen twigs or other debris. Mowing through leaves, sticks, and mole hills may not hurt your mower, but it will dull the blade more quickly. Mature trees with protruding roots may also be hard on your mower's blade edge. Mowing hours may be translated into sharpening every four to six weeks depending on how often you mow your lawn. In some locales, mowing is a twice-weekly endeavor. At the beginning and end of the growing season or during periods of drought, mowing frequency and the necessity of blade sharpening is reduced accordingly.
Shop our online site or in our store for brands such as RedMax, Stihl, Cub Cadet, E-Z-GO, and Exmark and products such as trimmers, blowers, edgers, chainsaws and much more! We have convenient locations in Milford and Amelia.