No matter whereabouts you live in the UK, the chances are high that you will most likely have a lawn in your properties garden. If this is the case it will need regular cutting and mowing during the growing seasons of spring through to autumn. This means that you will need the use of one type of lawnmower or another, that is unless you are fortunate to have your own gardener or a family member or friend that can mow your lawn for you instead. With most homeowners in the UK undertaking their own lawn maintenance - at some point your attention will turn towards the purchasing of a new lawn mower machine.
Thinking of buying a new petrol lawnmower or possibly a cordless one? Read more details on these type of mowers
Considering an electric lawn mower, perhaps a cylinder, hover, or rotary bladed model? Read more information on types of electric lawnmowers
Do you need a large powerful mower? Maybe a ride-on tractor type mower would be just what you need? Read more details on ride on lawn mowing machines
Find a local UK garden machinery dealer that supports the brand of garden machinery or lawnmower that you own:
Agri-Fab, Alko, Allen, Allett, Alpina, AMA, Apache, Ardisam, Ariens, As Motor, ATC, Atco, Atco-Qualcast, Belle, Billygoat, Black & Decker, Blec, Bosch,
Briggs & Stratton, Brill, Castel, Countax, Cubcadet, Dennis, Dolmar, Draper, Earthquake, Echo, Efco, Einhell, Etesia, Flymo, Grillo, Hayter, Honda, Husqvarna,
Hustler, Ibea, Iseki, John Deere, Kaaz, Kawasaki, Kohler, Kubota, Lawn King, Lawnflite, Major, Makita, Mantis, Masport, McCulloch, Mitox, Mountfield,
Mowbot, MTD, Oregon, Partner, Pellenc, Qualcast, Ransomes, Jacobsen, Robin, Robomow (Robotic), Rover, Ryobi, Sanli, Sarp, Scag, SCH, Sheen,
Sherpa, Shibaura, Shindaiwa, Simplicity, Snapper, Stiga, Stihl, Suffolk Punch, Suzuki, Tanaka, Toro, Victa, Viking, Warrior, Weibang, Wessex
Westwood, Wiedenmann, Wolf,
Other brands of garden machinery:
In addition to the above list of garden machinery manufacturers and brands - there are countless others that are marketed and sold in the UK. Whilst not all of these have a comprehensive level of aftersales support it may still be possible for your local lawnmower agent to be able to help you with repairs and servicing.