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This spring, we’re offering up to £400 off selected lawnmowers when you trade in your old equipment for any new Honda until 31 July 2016.


For a limited time only, save £65 on an IZY lawnmower, starting from just £299.

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Snow Clearing Equipment @ T&H Power Products

We are main dealers for the Tracmaster range of:

For areas that have to remain accessible when it snows, we have the solution.

With BCS Snow Clearing Equipment you can keep things moving when it snows; car parks, footpaths, access roads, sports pitches – in fact anywhere!

BCS Snow Clearing machines are the most versatile available – they’re not just for clearing snow, there are over 25 attachments available allowing you to get maximum value for money by using your machine all year round.

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Winter Servicing

Lawn and Garden Equipment | T & H Power Products Burscough

Now is the time to book your machinery in for its annual winter service.Either call in to our service desk or contact our service department to arrange collection. 01704 894457.

For those wishing to look after their own machinery, here is a abstract from Briggs and Stratton offering their tips on winter storage:

It’s time to put away the lawn mower and turn our attention to other outdoor chores. But just because the lawn mowing season is drawing to a close doesn’t mean you’re finished with your mower—it needs a little TLC before you put it away for the season. You wouldn’t go to bed without brushing your teeth, setting out tomorrow’s clothes and turning down the bed, would you? (Well, maybe you would, but you know everything goes better when you do.)

A few simple steps and proper storage means that your lawnmower will be ready when spring arrives and the grass starts to grow.

Change the oil

After a season of hard work, your lawn mower engine can get bits of debris and dirt caught in it, preventing the oil from lubricating properly. An oil change now will clear out the gunk and ensure fewer problems later on.

Clean underneath the deck

Grab your pressure washer or hose and spray away the dirt and grass that’s sure to be caught under your lawn mower’s deck. Debris and clippings left over the winter will be much more difficult to remove and can hamper the blades from doing their job.

Check the fuel tank
If you haven’t run your fuel dry, you’ll want to top it off and add a fuel stabilizer to protect the engine. Left on its own, petrol degrades and can cause corrosion. Adding fuel treatment and stabilizer now can mean a quick start in spring.

Remove the battery
If your lawn mower has a battery, now is the time to remove it and clean the terminals. If it is still good, store the battery in a cool, dry place. Outdoor storage and extreme temperatures can cause corrosion of both the battery and the terminals.

Properly store your mower
Keep your mower in a cool, dry place. If you don’t have a garage or shed, cover your mower with a tarp—cloth, not plastic—to prevent moisture damage.

A little bit of care for your lawn mower before winter storage and you’ll ensure it will wake up in the spring ready to get right back to work. And you can sleep well knowing your preparations will save time, frustration and money come spring.

Have questions? Be sure to consult your operator’s manual or Contact T&H Power Products

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Blade Driver Replacement for a Toro Lawnmower

We often get asked how to do basic repair on lawnmower equipment and customers regularly ask us for our tips on blade replacement. We have found the video below to show how to replace the blade driver for a Toro Lawnmower.

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Summer Lawn Care

Summer time is the best time to enjoy the lawn but it can also have the biggest toll on your grass. It doesn’t take a lot of effort to keep your lawn looking good throughout the summer season and with the right tools and treatments at your fingertips you simply can’t go wrong. Persistent hot and dry weather can quickly affect the appearance and overall health of the grass plants.

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Will too much rain hurt my grass?

We are only at the beginning of June but we are already way past our normal June rainfall amounts. Some customers have asked if too much rain is bad for the grass. While most of them are happy seeing their lawns so green without having to water their lawns, they have a right to be a little concerned

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