Small Engine Service


Coastal Enginuity, LLC services ALL brands of outdoor power equipment and small engines including portable generators, log splitters, push blowers, vacuums, shredders, chippers, gas powered compressors, trash pumps, rototillers and pressure washers. We are locally owned and operated, community focused, and provide a broad range of services to our New Hampshire Seacoast customers.


"Coastal Enginuity is top notch in service and communication. Ric and his team are very knowledgable about all of my equipment including trimmer, mower and a very old tractor. They completed a tune up on my tractor improving it's power when throwing snow and mowing. I am glad I found them and will continue to refer friends." - Jeff B. (Superpages)


Our full service includes compression check, ignition check, inspection of all wear points. We grease all points, check and or change gear box oil (rototillers and pressure washers), and adjust cables and or mechanical linkages. Engine service can include the engine oil, oil filter (if applicable), air filters, fuel filter, fuel lines, and spark plug. If required, the fuel system is cleaned and the carburetor is adjusted. In additon, we make sure that the engine cooling fins are clear of any debris. Every machine is cleaned and tested prior to pick up or delivery.


Simplicity, Ferris, Cub Cadet, Husqvarna, Toro, Stihl, Honda, Ariens, Gravely, Snapper, John Deere, Craftsman, Troy-bilt, MTD, Yard Machines, MTD, Exmark, Lawnboy, Bob Cat, Scag, Walker, Murray, Sno-tek, Walker, Poulan, White, Murray, Rigid, Wheel horse, Billy Goat, Shindaiwa, Giant Vac, Little Wonder, Generac, Coleman Powermate, Write, Bunton, Homelite, Billy Goat, Red Max, Jonsered, Tanaka, Powerhorse, Briggs and Stratton, Tecumseh, Kawasaki, Kohler, Yamaha, Subaru and more!


  • Did you know that, if you leave fuel in an engine for more than 30 days, the fuel can start to evaporate and leave behind the detergents that are in the fuel? You should put a fuel stabilizer in the fuel if you are going to leave fuel in your machine over the winter. 
  • A critical component of your log splitter's hydraulic system is the fluid carrying hoses. Over time, hoses can become pinched, loosened, or degraded, leading to leaks, and will need to be replaced. 
  • Do you know how to extend the life of your outdoor power equipment? Stick with the maintenance schedule. This will tell you the intervals for routine maintenance, including chassis lubrication, engine, transmission, and hydraulic oil change, filter changes, and other maintenance items. 
  • If, when you turn your log splitter on, it is jerky, vibrates, or otherwise is excessively noisy, this may be an issue with the hydraulic fuel. This is something that definitely needs to be looked at, as it may be a problem with air in the hydraulic lines, which will need to be repaired. 
  • When storing your log splitter each year, there are a couple of precautions you can take to avoid problems down the road. If it is a hydraulic model, it should be stored with the bleed valve open to prevent hydraulic fluid loss, and all levers and pumps should be fully retracted so that the pistons aren't exposed. 
  • You should Use the pressure washer Pump Saver every time the pressure washer sits for extended periods because it will increase the life of the pump by preventing corrosions. Also check the o-rings and hose connections on your pressure washer before first use.