1. What Types of Snowblowers Are There?

    If you live in a snowy area, picking the right snowblower is important. Some people may think of a snowblower as an “unnecessary” or “expensive.” But in reality, they are almost a necessity depending on where you live and how big of a garage way you have. Although shoveling works for small areas, it can actually be harmful to your health if you try to move a significant amount of snow, and…Read More

  2. Investing In A Snowblower This Season?

    It’s hard to believe that it’s almost winter again here in Colorado. Although we still have to make it through Halloween and Thanksgiving before it’s official, we’ve already seen one decent-sized snowstorm and it’s only a matter of time before we see another. And if you’re thinking that now might be the best time to buy a snowblower, you’re not alone! In this blog, we’re going to t…Read More

  3. Signs Your Mower Needs A Tuneup

    Summer is the best time of year to enjoy some time out in the sun, have some refreshing drinks, and get some yard work done. But when your lawn mower isn’t working as it should, a relaxing summer weekend can go awry pretty quickly. Here at Mac Equipment Inc., small engine repair is our specialty. If you’re experiencing any issues at all with your riding or push mower, take it in to our shop in…Read More

  4. Prepare Your Yard For Summer

    We’re just a few days away from summer, but is your lawn prepared? Ideally, you’ll want to start taking a look at preparing for summer around half way through the spring, but it’s better late than never when it comes to lawn care. And if you’re getting stressed out wondering if you’ll be ready, don’t be. That’s why we’ve compiled this list of things you should prepare and how to do…Read More

  5. Spring Yard Maintenance Tips

    Spring has finally sprung and the cold, windy weather is finally starting to dissipate here in Northern Colorado. You know what that means; it’s time to get back out there and do some lawn work! Whether you love working on your yard or hate it, we can all be happy about one thing: getting an early start on yard maintenance. For those who love it, an early start means being able to accomplish mor…Read More

  6. Why Your Snow Blower Won’t Start – Part 2

    Hello, and welcome back to our blog! Last time, we gave you several helpful tips for fixing basic snowblower issues. Whether your blower has been sitting in your garage all year without use, or you’re experiencing issues at a moment’s notice, it can be frustrating having to deal with these issues if you have work to do. Check out blog one where we talked about, first and foremost, checking you…Read More

  7. Why Your Snow Blower Won’t Start

    Having a snow blower that won’t start when you need it to can be one of the most frustrating things. Since Colorado weather is unpredictable, you’re most likely not putting your snow blower to use on a daily basis during the winter. So, when a blizzard hits, you’ll want to make sure it’s running efficiently and doesn’t break down on you. Of course, you can try shoveling or using a plow o…Read More

  8. How To Maintain A Safe Driveway In The Winter

    Northern Colorado has very unpredictable weather. In the winter, we may go several months without any sign of bad weather, then the next minute, we’ll be digging ourselves out of three feet of snow. If you’ve lived here your whole life, chances are, you’ve accepted this fact. However, it never hurts to learn more about how you can protect yourself and your home when a famous Colorado blizzar…Read More

  9. Repair or Replace: Is Your Lawn Mower Dead?

    Spring has definitely sprung in Colorado - even though it’s barely April! By this point, you’ve undoubtedly noticed that, because of the dearth of snow in Loveland this winter, the trees are already budding and grass is getting green again. Which, of course, means it’s time to start thinking about your spring gardening tasks, boosting your lawn, and all those other lawn care tasks like trimm…Read More

  10. Small Engine Repair: Is Your Snowblower Struggling?

    So far, for those of us not up in the mountains, winter in Northern Colorado has felt pretty mild in comparison to previous years. There have only been a few opportunities in areas around Loveland to use that snowblower hanging out in your garage, hoping for action. With as little snow as we’ve had, have you even had a chance to use it? As February and March are usually our heaviest snow months,…Read More