In line with government guidance, our showrooms are currently closed. We are currently operating with a skeleton staff to process machinery and spare parts orders (please order online wherever possible) and handle urgent repair work. We have limited capacity to handle telephone calls so please be patient if calling. We can also be contacted by e-mail (please see our Contact Us page) but please be patient for a response. Thank you.
Book a Service or Repair
Please click here for details of our latest service prices for lawnmowers, ride-on mowers and robot mowers.
At F G Adamson & Son, we service and repair a wide range of garden machinery and professional groundscare equipment. On a daily basis we service and repair petrol and electric lawnmowers, ride-on mowers, chainsaws, hedgetrimmers, brushcutters, shredders, compact tractors, utility vehicles and lots more.
Regular servicing of your machinery will help keep it in good condition and is often a requirement of extended warranties but there will be times when a breakdown occurs. Whatever your needs, we are here to help.
Please note, the spring and summer months are our busiest time and will experience extended waiting times. In order to avoid the delays brought about by the rush in spring to have machinery serviced, we strongly recommend that service work (and repairs where possible) be carried out over winter so that your equipment is ready for the following season.
We regret to advise that we are unable to work on supermarket / DIY store own-brand machinery. In many cases the retailers of own-brand machinery do not support their products with spare parts availability.
If you would like us to service or repair your garden machinery please complete the details below and we will contact you to make a booking.
Please specify the type of machine and power source. For example, petrol mower.
For service work, please identify any particular matters that may require our attention.
For repair work, please give as much information as possible about the circumstances leading to the need for the repair. This is invaluable information for the fault diagnosis process and can significantly reduce our diagnosis time.
For example, “Won’t go” isn’t very specific.
A more helpful description of the problem would be “The engine tries to start, runs for a second or two then stops. It was working fine until I tipped my mower up to clean underneath“.