Our popular $65 Lawn Mower Service While You Wait is back!

Get your mower ready for spring. Beat the crowds, save time, and save money too. Bring your Honda, Exmark, or Snapper 21 inch rotary lawn mower in to one of our 4 locations for its regular tune-up appointment. We expect each appointment to take about 30 minutes of your time from the moment we unload your mower to the time we load it back again.

Promotion includes parts and labor:

  • Replace Spark Plug
  • Clean and/or replace Air Filter
  • Change Oil
  • Replace fuel with fresh “Ethanol Shield” treated fuel
  • Sharpen blade or replace those displaying 50% wear
  • Inspect and advise of any potential repair concerns

All this for $65!

Schedule Your Lawn Mower Tune-Up Appointment Below:

May 2013
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Remember, this is a pre-season tune-up preventive maintenance promotion only. Any repairs needed, not following under the guidelines of this promotion, must be checked in and processed through our normal repair procedures and guidelines.

Mower Repairs Requiring Additional Time, Parts and Labor:

  • Starter Recoil
  • Carburetor Cleaning resulting from stale fuel
  • Transmission and/or blade belt replacement
  • Tire and/or wheel replacement
  • Other

In the event you require further repairs, your $65 payment will be applied to the total repair costs of your machine. All mowers must be in working condition to qualify for this offer. Available dates and times may be expanded based upon customer demand.

Honda Lawn Mower Service While You Wait Atlanta

Honda, Exmark, Snapper Lawn Mower Service While You Wait Atlanta


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It was 1992 that Howard Brothers held its first one day sales event. At the time, the landscaping industry in Atlanta was just beginning to take root. We held the event at the old Falcon’s Inn in Suwanee. Lawn tractors and push mowers were the big ticket items back then. At the time, we were a Toro dealer. Folks were using Snapper Rear Engine tractors to cut grass.

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