Outdoor equipment maintenance can ensure your business and commercial properties are always looking great. Proper maintenance on machines in Wisconsin and Indiana often involves winterizing – the process of getting those small engines ready to be stored and put away for winter when they won’t be used. A little time spent servicing your machine in autumn can go a long way come spring!
For your gas-powered engines, you will need to either drain or stabilize the fuel, depending on the type of equipment. Draining fuel works well for chainsaws, leaf blowers and other lighter equipment. You might want to stabilize fuel for lawnmowers etc. Other things on the to-do list include cleaning and inspecting equipment, sharpening blades and lubricating moving parts, replacing air filters and spark plugs, and removing batteries for storage in a warm location.
With these steps for outdoor equipment maintenance you can keep your machines running for a long time – which saves you money!