Landscaping equipment such as trimmers and mowers are used throughout the year to maintain sidewalks, driveways, patios, parking lots and other spaces. Over time, parts wear out and need replacement. Trimmers often need new string, spark plugs, oil or other frequently worn parts. Using the right size, shape and type of string is essential; the wrong string can permanently damage the device. Mowers need new blades, filters, starter cords and more.
Many company’s sell after-market parts for lawn equipment such as Arnold parts. You will need to know the brand, make and model of your device so that you can identify and order the right part. A large number of parts may work on several machines such as belts and wheels. You will need to know the correct belt and wheel size to order so that your equipment will operate efficiently and safely.
Routine maintenance for all lawn equipment such as trimmers, edgers, tillers and mowers is essential. For professional landscapers, properly working equipment is paramount. An edger that tears the grass instead of cuts might result in the loss of business. Having properly working equipment is also the goal of homeowners who take pride in landscaping skills.
Sometimes manufacturers will discontinue equipment or certain parts. Instead of tossing a favored piece of machinery out, having a parts supplier saves money for both homeowners and businessmen. With the proper parts, landscaping equipment can last for decades. This also reduces the amount of machines sent to landfills that might otherwise continue be of service.