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Business Listing   Doug's Lawnmower Repairs - Corning, NY - Phone: (607) 962-7290


Business Listing   The Repair Shop - Corning, NY - Phone: (607) 962-6554


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Helpful Definition for: Lawn Mowers

Lawn Mowers, in Corning, are the automated machines provided with a motor that runs on either gas or battery, with sharp blades at the base and a long handle with base wheels. These instruments are used to even the grass and hedges in a particular field or garden. Some lawn mowers for large scale usages are also attached to the base of a car and driven by people to make the job easier. Lawn mowers are used to make a particular design on a piece of land. Lawn mowers come in a range of shapes, sizes & prices. In Corning, there are various brands & makers who provide a variety of specifications & features in the machines to enhance their market value.

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