Lawn & Garden Articles & Tips

Updated October 19, 2023. Most homeowners with big, beautiful yards can’t live without their lawn tractors. So when it breaks down or has a problem, it’s something that most people want to address immediately. Fortunately, many of the issues that... Read more .

Updated on October 18, 2023. Much like your car, a riding mower requires maintenance if you want it to last. But even with riding mower maintenance, a well-maintained machine will eventually need to be replaced. Our handy graphic helps you... Read more .

Preparing your yard for winter is essential to help your lawn thrive in the spring. Fixing issues on the exterior of your home will help keep you comfortable and save you money on energy bills during winter. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help... Read more .

When you’re looking for riding lawn mower repair or lawn tractor service in the Houston area, schedule a repair visit through Sears Home Services in Houston and we’ll get your mower back in top shape in no time. We’re your best option for quick... Read more .

With simple, regular maintenance, your mower will have your neighbors thinking the grass really is greener on the other side of their fence. Whether it’s time to break out the riding mower at the start of the mowing season, or it’s time to give... Read more .

Not all grass is created equal. Follow these expert tips to help you make sure your grass is the greenest on the block. 1. Use the Right Type of Riding Mower When you have less than a half-acre and your grass is a thin Bermuda or similar... Read more .

When it comes to maintaining your lawn, a functional riding mower is an invaluable asset. However, even the most reliable machines can encounter starting issues, leaving you scratching your head for solutions. Solving the issue depends on what... Read more .

Many urban neighborhoods have home owners’ associations (HOA’s) that set rules and standards to help maintain the collective property value of the homes in the neighborhood. HOA rules often govern yard and property maintenance to keep the... Read more .

Winter is finally over, which means it’s time to put away the snow shovels and start thinking about spring projects, such as your lawn. Winter weather can leave your grass, shrubs and trees weak and hungry, especially after months of lying... Read more .

There can be many reasons why your riding lawn mower won’t start — everything from a dead battery to interlock switch problems. Try these basic troubleshooting steps to get your riding mower running again: Charge or replace the battery. You... Read more .