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RIDING MOWER REPAIR SERVICE
If you’re looking for riding lawn mower repair and lawn tractor repair, Sears Home Services can help. From Poulan to Craftsman riding mowers, we’re your best option for quick and easy local service and repair of your riding lawn mower or tractor. We’ve done hundreds of thousands of lawn equipment repairs, so you can count on the small engine repair experts from Sears to identify the problem and know the solution.
Common Riding Lawn Mower Issues
- Riding mower won’t start
- Riding mower won’t stay running
- Riding mower or tractor has unusual and excessive vibration
- Riding mower is bagging, discharging, or mulching improperly
- Riding mower is leaking oil
Our repair experts are some of the best riding lawn mower and riding tractor repair service technicians in the business. Technicians that are local, licensed and vetted, with the skills to get your riding mower or lawn tractor up and running quickly.
If your riding mower doesn’t need a repair, but simply a tune-up or pre-season maintenance, schedule riding mower maintenance with our technicians today.
Find the parts and accessories you need to keep your riding mower in top shape at Sears PartsDirect
WHY SEARS HOME SERVICES?
Average of 4,000,000+ homes serviced/year. Over 1,000,000 5-star ratings.
Free parts and labor if the problem recurs within 90 days.
2,500+ manufacturer-trained technicians with 10+ years of experience.
QUALITY PARTS FOR HUNDREDS OF BRANDS
Repairs for most major brands, no matter where you bought it.
FIVE STAR SERVICE
Service associate was absolutely the best!
Chris W. Went above and beyond with his positive attitude and service, even when a used/unusable part was sent as part of my parts order needed for repairs to my lawnmower. I know cars more than mowers and His willingness to share simple things to identify problems was very nice. I couldn't have been more pleased with the quality of his work. I hope Sears appreciates him as a representative. Very happy grass cutting customer.
Margarita J, Powell, OH
May 30, 2023
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