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1726 Barton Chapel Rd

Augusta GA 30909

463.5 MILES

(706) 738-7726

1814 Lumpkin Rd

Augusta GA 30906

463.6 MILES

(706) 793-4992

1741 Lexington Rd

Athens GA 30605

479.8 MILES

(706) 543-2535

2950 Atlanta Hwy

Athens GA 30606

483.4 MILES

(706) 354-0037

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Lawnmower’s are not often used in winter of Georgia, as most of the state is snowy, but there are some areas of Georgia that may maintain grass lawns year-round. Lawnmower’s are usually “winterized” for this season in Georgia to maintain your lawnmower over an extended period of sitting, sometimes in extremely cold conditions. Find a lawnmower repair shop near you in Georgia today to get your lawnmower prepared for winter!

Grass Types: Ryegrass/None


Once the snow melt, if you’re in the colder regions of Georgia, it’s time to get the lawnmower out. Over-seeding with winter grass may be necessary, but usually dormant grass will just grow back on its own as the temperature rises. Make sure that all your lawnmower service is up-to-date otherwise you may end up with a broken mower before you know it. Common services for bringing out your mower from winter in Georgia include draining old gas, changing the oil, tune-ups and blade sharpening.

Grass Types: Ryegrass/Bluegrass/Fescue


Enjoying a beautiful and well-cut lawn is something that summer is all about in Georgia. Fertilizing or aerating your lawn will keep it looking great throughout the summer and make sure to cut the grass when it’s dry to avoid damaging it. If you get weed in your lawn, there are several great weed fighting products for Georgia lawns, which can be found at your local hardware store in Georgia. Lawnmower maintenance for summer months is simple, keep it clean and watch for signs that may lead to more serious issues.

Grass Types: Bluegrass/Fescue


As Fall comes upon us in Georgia, you’ll need to maintain your lawn until it gets too cold for grass to continue to grow. It’s best to cut grass at a slower rate and do a final low to the ground cut in preparation for a beautiful lawn after winter. Enjoy these last Georgia days of grass lawns and playing outside as they’re numbered! Lawnmower’s need to be prepared for winter storage if they will not be used. Visit your local Georgia lawnmower repair shop for instructions or help “Winterizing” your mower.

Grass Types: Bluegrass/Fescue/Ryegrass

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