We Service The Brands and Engines We Sell
Honda - Briggs & Stratton - Kawasaki - Kohler - Stihl - Husqvarna - Wright - Hustler - Shindaiwa - Oregon - Speeco - Top Gun - Power Ease
The service department is the backbone of Sumner Lawn 'N Saw. It's where we started 20 years ago, and still, is one of the most valuable parts of our dealership today. We pride ourselves on our commitment to provide honest exceptional service.
It is our desire to help you maintain the high quality and performance you've come to expect from your power equipment.
Most owners of fine equipment recognize the value of routine maintenance. However, not all realize that the most convenient time for both owners and dealers to have equipment cared for is before the actual season.
With this in mind, our pre-season service special offers the perfect way to save you time and money. Right now, our service department has the time and parts in stock to get your power equipment in tip-top shape for the coming season.
Call or email us today. We will be happy to answer any service questions you have, or setup an appointment for you.
Pick-up & delivery is available to most areas including Sumner, Puyallup, Bonney Lake, Lake Tapps, Orting and Buckley.
We Sharpen! Chainsaw Chain - Lawn Mower Blades - Hedge Trimmer Blades
And We Can Have These Items Sharpened
Hand Saws - Chisels - Scissors - Knives - Axes - Clippers - Router Bits - Auger Bits - Spur Bits - Carbide Blades - Circle Saws - Hole Saws - Steel Drill Bits - Planer Knives
Factory Hands-On School 2010
A few members of our service team recently attended a Kawasaki Engine school in Texas. This is what our service manager had to say about it.
"The Kawasaki Factory Hands-On school was helpful for me on many levels. First, I was able to better understand how the Kawasaki engine functions by disassembling each system one at a time. Once the engine was totally disassembled, we were able to determine why a part failed and what to look for based on the symptoms that the customer would describe to us. It became more clear to me why some of the engines failed by looking at what kind of damage was done to the internal parts. After the failure was determined, we were able to have a clear and accurate explanation of the problem to discuss with the customer. We were then instructed on the proper techniques to reassemble the engine using the recommended replacement parts. Included, were tips on how to avoid mistakes during reassembly that would lead to other possible mechanical failures and overall quality service practices. After finishing the reassembly process, I feel like I have a better understanding of the common Kawasaki engine failures and how to avoid them. This will transition into helping our customers here at Sumner Lawn 'N Saw get the most out of their Kawasaki engines and how to maintain them."