Bellview Small Engine Repair

Bellview Small Engine Repair
Bellview Small Engine Repair is listed in the Lawn Mowers Sharpening & Repairing category in Pensacola, Florida. Displayed below is the only current social network for Bellview Small Engine Repair which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Bellview Small Engine Repair on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 60.

Contact information for Bellview Small Engine Repair is:
6248 Muldoon Rd
Pensacola, FL 32526
(850) 455-8700

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Bellview has three 5000 watt generators we are refurbishing and should be done by the end of the week. The cost of each generator is $350.00. If you are interested you can come by Bellview to view them. If you select one, there will be a $50.00 deposit required. The generator will then be assigned to you and refurbished immediately. All preliminary assessments have been done on them. They all produce power but need carburetor work and fuel system work.

We are screaming busy this summer and we have not had the leisure of jumping on facebook and chatting with you folks. Is there anything about equipment that you would like to see information on? And, as always, Kat and Smoke say "hello" and love your attention when you come visit the shop.

Our current labor rate is $62.50/hour. Most summer services on push mowers and self propelled mowers does not take an hour and, many times takes less than 40 minutes. Thank you for your questions!

Welcome to 2016 and a load of new information on small engines. Ethanol continues to be an issue. For best results use a GOOD gasoline stabilizer in your fuel. We recomend Briggs and Stratton stabilizer, an award winning stabilizer, use in a storage dose 24/365. Stabilizer must be mixed into your fuel as it comes out of the pump into your gas container. From there, you will be able to put it in all of your equipment, even two cycle equipment that you add oil to. Because ethanol is such an issue and attracts moisture, carburetion problems can occur easily. Any problem related to fuel is NOT covered under warranty. Warranty covers only manufacturer defect. Make sure your gas cans are clean. Store them under cover. It is easy to get water in your gas container without your knowledge. In the spring and fall especially, warm days and cold nights can cause condensation on a container not under cover and all of a sudden, without your knowledge, there is water in your container that you unsuspectingly pour into your equipment. EFI (Electronic Fuel Injecttion) engines are becoming more and more predominant in the riding lawnmowers. Please note that if you disassemble your fuel distributor on your lawnmower trying to fix it yourself, the manufacturer will void the engine warranty immediately. Briggs and Stratton is coming out with a few engines that will NEVER require an oil change. All you have to do is add oil as needed. That means you have to check your oil regularly and know what weight of oil to use when adding. HOWEVER, in this climate with lots of sand and humidity, if your oil looks black and nasty, please get it changed to prolong the life of the engine. Also, please read your owner's manual to make sure you understand the basic requirements of the engine you have. We frequently hear from frustrated customers regarding all the changes that occur so frequently in the lawn and garden equipment industry. Remember that the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) puts out more stringent requirements every 2 years regarding pollution. One of the more recent requirements focused on "passive emissions". Have you ever seen those "waves" in the air on a hot day when you are filling your vehicle at the gas station? Those are passive emissions. There have been huge changes in fuel tanks, fuel line, and fuel caps that you may or may not have noticed. Those are not rooted at the manufacturer level, folks. Those originate from the EPA at the federal level. If you have an older unit and we change your fuel line, it is because ethanol easily destroys the older fuel line and the new fuel line protects your caburetor and meets EPA requirements. We appreciate you support and business at Bellview Small Engine Repair, Inc. The VERY BEST way to contact us, especially during the busy season, is either leave a message on our phone (850) 455-8700 or email us at We are proud to support our veteran community through several organizations and encourage the support of the Hotel For Cats and Dogs located at 4110 Creighton Road here in Pensacola, 32504. You can drop donations off there or at the Pine Forest Vet Clinic on Pine Forest Road. You do not have to give money. Dog and cat food and toys are always welcome. We hope you continue to enjoy the photos/videos of Kat and Smoke.

Arianna is working on her first lawnmower, I think she is preparing it for the Kentucky winter.