Great Range

We offer a full range of power products including: Chainsaws, Blowers, and Trimmers, Earth Augers, Cultivators, Aerators, Stump Grinders, Pressure Washers and Fire Pumps.

We can even supply you with a range of replacement small engines to suit a wide range of applications.

Call us now on 6296 5165 to see how we can help with your outdoor power equipment requirements.

 

 

Excellent Service

Our workshop is equipped to service all makes and models of garden, horticultural and forestry equipment. We specialise in cylinder mower sharpening and we use a dedicated cylinder and blade grinding machine to ensure that your mower cuts your lawn just perfectly.

A newly installed hoist is designed specifically for Ride on Mowers, so that we can quickly and safely service your Ride on Mower and Garden Tractor.

The service process is controlled using a dedicated computer program that keeps a record of all the work performed on your equipment, and automatically sends you an SMS when your job is completed and ready for you to pick up (or we can deliver).

Quality Products

Ellenbrook Mowers is dedicated to bringing you the best value for money by offering you quality products, excellent service and competitive pricing.

Call in to our showroom at 2/10 Comserv Loop and discuss your gardening, landscaping and commercial needs for mowers, trimmers, blowers, chainsaws , ride on (tractors) and zero turn mowers.

We can supply you with all of the Husqvarna Australia range of equipment along with a range of selected equipment from; Mow Master (cylinder mowers and edgers), Briggs and Stratton (engines, generators and pressure washers) and Parklands mowers and equipment.

 

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H350-0148Established in 2011, Ellenbrook Mowers is a family business and is now in the hands of a professional father and son (in law) team who offer many years of technical expertise in the power equipment field with a strong emphasis on providing the highest level of customer service and satisfaction.

Our goal is to provide you with the best available equipment form the worlds leading manufacturers, and to back that with the best advice, service and support for those products.

Our fully equipped and staffed workshop is ideally placed to meet the demands of customers in Ellenbrook, The Vines, The Swan Valley, Bullsbrook, Muchea, Gingin and further afield.

 

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Spare parts boxesWe have selected the Swedish Husqvarna Equipment as our flagship product range because of its reputation for quality and innovation.

Ellenbrook Mower Products will offer the full range of Husqvarna domestic and commercial products including; Walk behind Lawn Mowers, Ride on Mowers, Zero Turn Mowers, Chainsaws, Brushcutters, Hedge Trimmers, Garden Tractors, edge trimmers and Blowers.

So that we can cover your wider requirements, we also offer the full range of Reel (cylinder Mowers) and edgers from Australian manufacturer Mow Master, plus Briggs and Stratton Engines, Generators, Pumps and Pressure Washers.

A complete range of accessories and spare parts are available in store to suit most makes of garden and landscape equipment to ensure that you can keep your equipment in top condition.

A short lead time and a qualified service team along with excellent customer service is what keeps our customers coming back. We know how frustrating it is to have equipment fail just when you need it most, so we have invested in quality parts, tools and equipment to ensure that we can do our job well and in a timely manner. Apart from being trade qualified, our team undertakes addition specialised manufactures training, so you can be assured of the highest level of service is available for your equipment.

Regular service is the key to equipment reliability. If you want your equipment to run when you need it then regular routine service and maintenance is essential. Putting off a service can result in a breakdown or major failure, just when you least need it, and repairs can be more expensive when compared to regular service or maintenance.

Ellenbrook Mowers can service and repair all makes and models of garden power equipment, however we are Authorised Service and Warranty Agents for the following manufacturers:

  • Atom Industries
  • Briggs and Stratton
  • Crommelins
  • Husqvarna
  • Jonsered
  • McCulloch
  • Masport
  • Mowmaster
  • Parkland
  • Poulan
  • Victa

 

What we do…

Our staff are trained and qualified to repair and service your equipment and we guarantee our work. We perform service and repairs on equipment covering key areas (and more) as follows:

Rotary Mowers – Functions Check. Adjust and lubricate cables and linkages. Replace fuel filter (if fitted). Tune the carburettor. Clean or replace the air filter. Replace the spark plug. Clean the cooling fins. Replace the engine oil (4 Stroke). Replace the oil filter (if fitted). Inspect the spark arrestor. Replace the blades. Adjust the drive system (if fitted). Inspect the belts (if fitted). Replace Gearbox oil. Adjust handles. Clean and test the unit.

 

Cylinder Mowers – Functions Check. Adjust and lubricate cables and linkages. Replace fuel filter (if fitted). Tune the carburettor. Clean or replace the air filter. Replace the spark plug. Clean the cooling fins. Replace the engine oil (4 Stroke). Replace the oil filter (if fitted). Inspect the spark arrestor. Sharpen and set the cylinder and bottom blade. Adjust the drive system (if fitted). Inspect the belts (if fitted). Replace Gearbox oil. Adjust handles. Clean and test the unit.

 

Ride On Mowers – Functions Check. Adjust and lubricate cables and linkages. Replace fuel filter (if fitted). Tune the carburettor. Clean or replace the air filter. Replace the spark plug. Clean the cooling fins. Replace the engine oil (4 Stroke). Replace the oil filter (if fitted). Inspect the spark arrestor. Replace the blades. Adjust the drive system (if fitted). Inspect the belts (if fitted). Replace Gearbox oil. Adjust handles. Inspect the frame, wheels, clutch, tyres. Check and adjust the drive belt and deck belt. Check the blade spindles and the deck for wear
and damage. Inspect the transmission, steering, hydraulic systems, battery and electrical system. Clean and test the unit.

 

Chainsaws – Functions Check. Adjust and lubricate cables and linkages. Replace fuel filter. Tune the carburettor. Clean or replace the air filter. Replace the spark plug. Clean the cooling fins and starter housing vents. Inspect the spark arrestor. Replace or sharpen the chain. Dress the bar. Inspect the anti-vibration mounts. Inspect the oil tank and test the oil pump. Inspect the sprocket, chain brake and chain catcher. Tighten all nuts and bolts. Clean and test the unit.

 

Leaf Blowers – Functions Check. Adjust and lubricate cables and linkages. Replace fuel filter (if fitted). Tune the carburettor. Clean or replace the air filter. Replace the spark plug. Clean the cooling fins. Inspect the spark arrestor. Inspect and clean blower fan. Clean and test the unit.

 

Hedge Trimmer – Functions Check. Adjust and lubricate cables and linkages. Replace fuel filter (if fitted). Tune the carburettor. Clean or replace the air filter. Replace the spark plug. Clean the cooling fins. Replace the engine oil (4 Stroke). Replace the oil filter (if fitted). Inspect the spark arrestor. Sharpen and lubricate blades, Grease gearbox, Check anti-vibration mounts, clean and test the unit.

 

Trimmers and Brushcutters – Functions Check. Adjust and lubricate cables and linkages. Replace fuel filter. Tune the carburettor. Clean or replace the air filter. Replace the spark plug. Inspect the Clutch. Clean the cooling fins. Replace the engine oil (4 Stroke). Inspect the spark arrestor. Inspect the blade and or clean and inspect the nylon head. Lubricate gearbox. Adjust handles. Check anti-vibration mounts, clean, tune and test operation.

 

Zero-Turn Mowers and Riders – Functions Check. Adjust and lubricate cables and linkages. Replace fuel filter. Tune the carburettor. Clean or replace the air filter. Replace the spark plug. Clean the cooling fins. Replace the engine oil. Replace the oil filter (if fitted). Inspect the spark arrestor. Replace the blades. Inspect the clutch and the drive system. Inspect the belts. Replace Gearbox oil. Lubricate grease points. Check wheels and adjust tyre pressures. Inspect the battery and check the electrical system. Inspect the steering, transmission, hydraulic systems and clean and test the unit.

 

Other Services

In addition to our Garden Power Product Servicing, Ellenbrook Mowers regularly provide service for Compactors, Cement Mixers, Generators, Concrete Saws, Water Pumps and High Pressure Washers.

In fact we can service just about any small engine driven portable equipment including pumps, hydraulic power packs, firefighting pumps, log splitters, and tractors.

 

Book A Service

To schedule a service or repair job on your equipment simply fill out the form below and simply bring it in on your selected Drop Off day. If there’s anything you should be aware of before hand, we’ll give you a call and let you know. Alternatively, we are always happy for you to call us or visit the store directly to submit an item for service or repair.

  • Please include any information you have about the product make/model and what you'd like done.

There is much you can do to save yourself a trip to the mower shop because your mower, blower, trimmer or chainsaw will not start.

  1. Fuel

    Stale fuel is the biggest killer of small engines. Both 4 stroke and 2 stroke engines need fresh fuel to start and run reliably. So leaving the engine sitting in the garage or shed for weeks or months with fuel in the tank and carburettor will only end in tears of frustration as you try to start the equipment.

    The volatile components of the fuel evaporate over time leaving a sticky residue which can wreck the delicate internals of the carburettor. Not only that, but there is often a residual amount of water in the fuel which attacks the fuel system causing corrosion and damage to the carburettor.

    Prevention is better than the cure in this case. Simply make sure that you drain the fuel tank and run the carburettor (engine) dry if you are going to leave the  equipment unused for any length of time. Be sure to use the fuel in the tank as soon as possible, maybe in another piece of equipment. But you must get fresh fuel for your engine before you use it again.

    You might end up disposing of (safely) a few dollars worth of stale petrol but it will be much cheaper and easier than a trip to the mower shop. Always use regular unleaded fuel, not premium or any fuels with Ethanol.

  2. Ignition

    Ignition systems these days are inherently reliable, however a fouled spark plug can sometimes be the reason an engine will not start. A number of issues will cause plug fouling, in a 4 stroke engine it can be due to a worn engine, carbon build up, oil from the crankcase (if say a mower is tipped on its side or over filled with oil).

    In a two stroke a fouled plug is usually caused by flooding the engine due to an incorrect starting procedure, or from an incorrect fuel/oil mixture (too much oil in the petrol).

    In most cases removing and cleaning the spark plug can get you going again, with fresh fuel of course.

  3. Air Filter

    If your air filter is blocked with dirt then the fuel mixture will be rich and this can cause the plug to foul, making the engine difficult to start. The air filter is normally the easiest item to maintain on any small engine and can often be removed without any tools and either cleaned/washed or replaced.

    If your air filter is damaged or missing altogether then you are putting at risk the reliability of the engine as dirt, dust and sand accumulate in the carburettor and in the engine oil, very quickly wearing out your engine. So check and clean your air filter frequently, don’t wait until the engine fails or just won’t start.

  4. Oil

    Two stroke engines need the correct fuel oil mixture to start and run easily, a good quality low smoke synthetic oil is best. It will allow you to run with a higher fuel oil ratio up to 50:1, running cleaner and starting easier, eliminating plug fouling issues.

    In four stroke engines oil is equally important, use a good quality SAE 30 in most air cooled mower engines. Always check your oil level before you start your engine, it could save you $$$.

    Now if you are keen to change your own mower blades, remember to always tip your mower back and never on its side, keep the spark plug pointing up. If you tip to the side oil will find its way into the engine combustion chamber resulting in a wetted out air filter and a fouled spark plug at best, and a hydraulic lock at worst when you can’t even pull the engine over.

  5. Fuel Taps

    If your mower is fitted with a fuel tap, always remember to turn it off when not in use. If you don’t there is a possibility that the fuel will drain from the tank and flood into the  engine, mixing with the oil. This will dilute the oil and can result in severe engine damage (if you can start the engine). If this happens the engine will need to be drained of oil, flushed and refilled, and a new oil filter installed – an expensive exercise on a ride on mower.

  6. Chainsaws

    In addition to the potential engine problems noted above, you need to look after the saw chain and bar if you want to avoid a trip to the shop. So here are a few tips:

    1. Always run with a correctly tensioned chain.
    2. Always use a good quality bar oil and fill the tank every fuel stop.
    3. Avoid cutting into the dirt.
    4. Avoid cutting timber that has termites (they introduce dirt into the timber).
    5. Avoid cutting burnt charcoal timber.
    6. Avoid overloading the bar and running with a blunt chain.
    7. Regularly touch up/sharpen your chain as you work.
  7. Mower Blades

    Mower blades for both Walk Behind Lawn Mowers and Ride-on Mowers can be tricky to change out and you really need to be confident in your abilities and follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully. Serious damage and or injury can result if you fail to follow these instructions.

    However if you do want to change your own blades the best tip is to use a pneumatic or battery torque wrench with the appropriate sockets. On a walk behind mower, remove the blade disc first from the mower, then remove and replace the blades on a workbench. And as mentioned above, always tip the mower backwards and keep the spark plug at the top to avoid oil seeping into the combustion chamber and air filter.

    For Ride-on Mowers you need easy access to the underdeck and so that you can get the wrench in.

    SAFETY – always isolate the engine when working on the blades – turn off the ignition and remove the spark plug lead. Wear safety glasses especially if you are under a mower deck. And never work under a mower on a jack, use axle stands or a specially designed hydraulic lift.

  8. Trimmer Line

    Installing Trimmer Line to a Bump Head can be tricky and frustrating with some models of Bump Head or Speed Feed Head. If you are having problems then take your time and read the instructions, if you have lost the manual just go online and a quick search will bring up the information you need.

    Tip – for longer trimmer line life drop the line in a bucket of water overnight before you fit it to the bump head.

  9. Hedge Trimmer

    Hedge Trimmers, in addition to the potential engine problems noted above, we see many hedge trimmers that are hard to start simply because the blades are stuck together. It is easy to avoid this issue by cleaning the blades immediately after you have used the hedge trimmer.

    We recommend spraying the blades with a safe biodegradable lubricant like Inox and then free running the blades to spread the lubricant. Stop the engine and then wipe off any excess oil, and your trimmer will be ready to go next time you need it. Inox will not damage your hedge or vegetation unlike petroleum based lubricants.

  10. Buy Smart

    Buying smart is probably the best thing you can do to avoid an unplanned trip to your mower shop. So what do we mean by buying smart? Well first of all buying from a Mower Shop like Ellenbrook Mowers gives you many advantages over buying online or from a hardware store.

    We pre deliver your equipment, that is we assemble it, add fuel and oil, and start and run it to ensure that it will do what it is supposed to do, like start first time for example.

    Then we take the time to show you over your new purchase. With Chainsaws we will show you how to start it, all the safety features, how to adjust and sharpen the chain, and we can also supply you with all the accessories and safety equipment that you need. And of course we provide you with full manufacturer’s warranty plus service and support when you need it.

    With Mowers we do a similar thing, making sure that you can start mowing as soon as you get home.

    Trimmer heads – you will leave our shop an expert in the operation of the trimmer head and how to change the line.

    Leaving the store with a quality product, knowing how use it and look after it means that you will spend more time in the garden and less time working on it and travelling to the Mower Shop.

    Ellenbrook Mowers where you get much more than just a box.

Ellenbrook Mowers have a great service to areas in the Swan Valley, Guildford, Midland, Bullsbrook, North East Corridor both urban and rural localities with a pick-up and delivery service of mowers. Give Daniel and David a call from your service requirements.

I have personally used Ellenbrook Mowers on a number of occasions. Quick, Polite, Reliable, Customer focused, and such a great added value service of pick-up and delivery (small fee applicable)– that is the point of difference to this business – cost competitive and savings to your pocket.

Sue Hurt
“Working for the community thru e-networks”

Swan Valley & Regional Networks