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With spring upon us, it’s time to start thinking about the lawn and garden again, and what perfect timing since April is National Lawn & Garden Month. When it comes to lawn maintenance, I previously provided some lawn tips for every season. And of course, spring is also the time when people do their yearly [...]

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With various snow pants and shovels strewn about, tracks of sludge and a mound of salt-stained boots guarding the door, for months each year I patiently tolerate our garage’s winter mess, waiting for warmer weather when I can finally get my hands on it. Last year Briggs & Stratton made my garage spring cleaning all [...]

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If your winter was like mine, your snow blower saw plenty of use. Between big snow storms and day-to-day touchups from drifts and small snow falls, it felt like I would never part with this beloved piece of outdoor power equipment. But now spring is here, the grass is turning green and lawn mower tune-up [...]

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‘Tis the season for lawn care! OK, maybe not quite yet, at least here in Wisconsin. But I was reminded this week when we took some of our new innovations to Phoenix that parts of this country are firing up lawn mowers, using pressure washers to clean patio furniture and decks and getting ready to [...]

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Yes, we are just two months into the new year, and many of us have likely let our resolutions slip through our fingers already. That doesn’t have to be the case when setting this year’s goals for home maintenance. Here are five resolutions that every homeowner should plan to keep all throughout 2015 and the [...]

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While lawn mowers are generally not quiet machines (unless equipped with the Quiet Power Technology™ Engine, of course), there are a few noises you should be wary of hearing. After a long winter in storage, lawn mower engines may develop problems as a result of inactivity, especially if they weren’t stored properly. Sputtering, rattling, banging, [...]

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