It’s Fleet Week @ All Outdoors!
March 1-15, 2015 ♦ 20% of Shindaiwa
Time to Start Thinking Spring!!
Here in New England we are still covered in snow and it may seem like it will never go away! Low and behold, the snow will surely melt and the warmth from the Spring air will get the life cycle moving again!
Now is the time to start thinking proactively about the season ahead.
- Perhaps it is time for a tune-up on your mower? Get it ready now, before the “last minute” rush hits. Then when the grass starts growing you will be ready to go!
- Maybe it is time for a new trimmer or blower? Now is the time to take advantage of our dealer promotions!
Be the early bird… Get the worm!
It is still slippery out there!
Do not get caught 0n the slippery slope that may be your front step! As the temperature continues to drop, the slippery ice comes out in full effect! Be prepared with Ice Melt! Come on down and get some Ice Melt while supplies last!
Click HERE for more information on what is available!
Save the Date ∴ Earth Day Open House ∴ April 22, 2015
Be an educated consumer. Start researching now, compare the brands. We know that you will find that Gravely is the cream of the crop. In honor of Earth Day (and keeping our yard and gardens in check) we are having deep discount sales on this ONE DAY ONLY!
Breaking news our new Chain Sharpener has arrived from Germany..
Tips from our mechanics:
Storing Your Power Equipment for the Long-term
As the snow storms begin to end and the threat of power failures begin to subside, it is time to start thinking about the best way to store your power equipment so it is ready for use the next time you need it.
Educate yourself on the Gasoline Factor. Remember, gas goes bad! Bad gas is crippling to the functionality of your power equipment and can be costly to repair. Remember to use stabilizer OR better yet try out ETHANOL FREE GAS and use it for your last tank and storage.
“VP Small Engine Fuel is the most dependable small engine fuel on the market, saving you the inconvenience and expense of costly rebuilds while ensuring your equipment will start when it’s needed.”- VP Fuel
Understanding the Gasoline Factor – What’s the deal with “Bad Gas?”
Chick here for the story on gasoline you use in your lawnmower: It works in your car but it is not good for your lawnmower.
Have Questions? Come visit or call or e-mail!
We’re located at 4060 Tower Hill Rd. Wakefield, RI 02879.
Phone 401.789.7997 | Fax 401.284.2827