John Deere Lawn Mower Repair Bowie Maryland

John Deere lawn mower and small engine repair services in the Bowie, Maryland area are affordable and reliable with Crofton Lawn Mower and Small Engine Repair. We service all John Deere equipment in Bowie, Maryland and the surrounding areas. We stock a large selection of parts for John Deere equipment such as carburetors, spark plugs, air filters, fuel filters, oil and oil filters. We carry a full line of new and used parts for most makes and models of small engine equipment. We can also get almost any part for any brand, make, or model, next day! We provide pickup and delivery services to all of Bowie and the surrounding areas. Call Crofton Lawn Mower and Small Engine Repair for all of your John Deere and other small engine repair needs. Excellent customer service is our number one priority. Give us a call and let us show you!



30 Day LIMITED Warranty whether you use your equipment or not, no exceptions. Please call or text immediately 24/7 with any issues or concerns. ALL warranty related concerns/issues must be diagnosed and repaired by us only. Any attempt to repair warranty related items on your own or by a third party VOIDS the warranty. The warranty applies to the person invoiced only and is not transferable. Always use fresh uncontaminated fuel! We do not recommend running your fuel systems empty. Instead, use a fuel stabilizer ALL year long and you MUST start and run your equipment at least every 3 weeks or more often for at least 5 minutes during the off season or extended down times. This is especially true for Snowblowers and Generators! Gasoline starts going bad within 30 days of manufacture NOT from date of purchase. Using gas over 30 days old without a stabilizer is not recommended. Store fuel containers out of the weather. Make sure they are sealed off completely! *The term "Rebuild" simply means to take apart and put back together in part or whole and does not in any way imply the use of new parts. Carburetors can go bad and leak fuel. Therefore, we always advise to keep fuel shut-off valves in the OFF position when not in use if so equipped. This is very important especially if you are storing your equipment inside an attached garage. Thank You!