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C & M Golf & Grounds Equipment
13250 Lookout Rd, San Antonio, TX 78233
(210) 657-3511
Texas Repair Center
11937 Perrin Beitel Rd, San Antonio, TX 78217
(210) 657-7670
Blanco Fixit
4546 Blanco Rd, San Antonio, TX 78212
(210) 349-1617
Owens Service Center
1410 Piedmont Ave, San Antonio, TX 78210
(210) 534-2472
Hallettsville General Store
405 N Texana St, Hallettsville, TX 77964
(361) 798-5691
John & Ernie's Garden Center
1915 Lockhill Selma Rd, San Antonio, TX 78213
(210) 493-6615
Empire Small Engine Service
1307 Chisholm Trl, Round Rock, TX 78681
If you are experiencing a problem with your lawn mower, chain saw, or any outdoor power equipment, contact the area's repair specialists now. Our expert services are guaranteed to be fast, reliable, and affordable.
(512) 218-8900
Wick's Western Auto
105 N Center St, Weimar, TX 78962
(979) 725-6525
Dewinne Equipment Co
11002 Bandera Rd, San Antonio, TX 78250
(210) 684-5296
Duffy's Lawn & Garden Equipment
3705 John Stockbauer Dr, Victoria, TX 77904
(361) 572-3135
Zeplin Les Motors
13845 Us Highway 77 N, Victoria, TX 77904
(361) 572-9488
Pinnacle Propane
6504 W State Highway 29, Georgetown, TX 78628
(512) 863-8998
Georgetown Farm Supply
1300 W University Ave, Georgetown, TX 78628
(512) 930-4054
True Value
1207 N Wheeler St, Victoria, TX 77901
(361) 573-4335
Victoria Farm Equipment Company Inc
2501 Callis St, Victoria, TX 77901
(361) 573-2497


Lawn mowers, which replaced the old-fashioned scythe, were invented in 1827. These early walking mowers were pushed along sporting yards and other grassy areas by professional maintenance men. They were powered by internal combustion engines, and they often required maintenance and repair. It wasn't until the 1900s that gas and electric mowers were invented. These more modern lawn mowers became popular in the 1950s, and they enabled home owners to trim their grass faster. They also allowed owners to cut down any weeds that appeared in their lawns and gardens. These mid-century mowers were sometimes manual, sometimes automatic. They featured sharp blades and other moving parts. They also came complete with cords and bags designed to catch grass clippings. Their wheels grew rusty over time, and home owners often needed to repair them, but they were still far more advanced that the lawn mowers of the 1800s. Later in the century, inventors introduced newer, better battery powered lawn mowers. They also introduced the first tractors and seated mowers. These mowers, which owners could easily ride on, featured large tires and blades. They also featured comfortable seats and impressive motors. They were not nearly as cheap as their predecessors, but they could still be purchased for a fair price by home owners willing to buy them used. Owners loved that they were able to ride on these mowers, and they appreciated the larger bags that came attached to them. For this reason, riding mowers quickly became popular throughout America. These days tractors and other riding mowers are still popular, but you can still see older push models around as well!
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