Snow Blower Service


Coastal Enginuity, LLC services ALL brands of snow blowers, zero-turns, riding mowers, push mowers, self-propelled mowers, lawn tractors and tractors. We are locally owned and operated, community focused, and provide a broad range of services to our New Hampshire Seacoast customers.


"Excellent service. They picked up my snow blower, repaired it at a reasonable price. When I could not start it (stupid user error, i.e. I was stupid) they picked it up again and returned it early this morning before the snow storm struck. Excellent service. I will use them again."  - Doug K. (Yelp)


Our full service includes compression check, ignition check, charging system check (if applicable), inspection of all wear points including belts, transmission drive disc, bearings, shear pins, bushings, tires, scrapers, safety, skids and chains. We set tire pressure, grease all points, adjust cables and or mechanical linkages, set front end height, and clean transmission drive plate. Engine service can includee the engine oil, fuel lines and spark plug. If required, the hydrostat oil is changed and 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, Honda, Ariens, Gravely, Snapper, John Deere, Craftsman, Troy-bilt, MTD, Yard Machines, MTD, Exmark, Lawnboy, Bob Cat, Scag, Walker, Murray, Walker, Poulan, White, Murray, Wheel horse, Write, Bunton, Powerhorse, Briggs and Stratton, Tecumseh, Kawasaki, Kohler, Yamaha, Subaru and more!


  • Check your oil before every use!  If the oil turns dark or the level goes down, it is time for service.
  • Is your transmission slipping?  There are many potential causes for this including a drive disc, worn bushings or bearings, a worn belt, or a bad idler pulley or cable.  We can help! 
  • Is your machine sputtering, surging or running rough?  A thorough fuel system clean out (including the carburetor), can resolve this issue.
  • Not blowing like it used to?  The engine drives a belt with drives the auger assembly.  Poor adjustment or a worn belt or fan bearing can cause issues.  We can help!
  • The rubber paddles on single stage snowblowers are called augers and will eventually need replacement, due to wear and tear. Their service life will depend on variables, such as use, adjustments, maintenance, and operating service. 
  • Did you know that shear pins are actually designed to break down to prevent more serious snow blower engine components from getting damaged? They are like the electrical fuse box for your snow blower. 
  • One unfortunate, but common issues with snow blowers, is a leaking fuel tank, which is usually the result of a crack or breakage in the tank. 
  • Some of the most common snow blower issues include plugged intakes and discharge chutes, slipping transmissions and tire slippage, and loss of traction. Never insert your hands or arms into the snowblower auger or fan assembly.