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A Closer Look At Barnard’s Landscaping

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Our History

In September of 1984, Tim Barnard had the passion and knowledge to found Barnard’s Landscaping. With those humble roots of being family-owned and operated, Barnard’s Landscaping has grown into a complete landscape design/build service company. Barnard’s Landscaping also opened a second branch in Virginia Beach, Va in the spring of 2007. Barnard’s Landscaping now employs over 25 full-time workers ready to service your landscape needs.

In addition to the valuable business that Tim and Barnard’s Landscaping has brought to Marietta over the last 30 years, Barnard’s Landscaping has also donated heavily with time and money to local schools, universities, and charities for those less fortunate.

Our Goal

The goal of Barnard’s Landscaping is to provide you with the ultimate landscape-design experience. No matter the budget, Barnard’s Landscaping has a custom-designed plan to ensure that your landscape dream becomes a landscape reality. Please take the time to visit all of our service pages to see how we can assist you.

We look forward to earning and keeping your business!
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Why choose us?

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Makers of the finest mowers

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A sound investment

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Customer satisfaction guaranteed

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Strong financial backing

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The future

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Maintenance tips

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First 5 Hours

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  • After the very first five hours change the engine oil
  • Adjust the autodrive clutch cable

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25Hrs or Every Season

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  • Change the engine oil if continuously operating under heavy load or high ambient temperature.
  • Service the air cleaner.
  • Lubricate wheels, pivot points and linkages and grease the inner control cables at point of entry and exit from their outer casing.
  • Check the clutch cable adjustment.
  • Sharpen the cutterblade.

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50Hrs or Every Season

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  • ┬áChange the engine oil.

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Daily (before use)

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  • Check the oil level
  • Remove grass debris from around the engine, exhaust/exhaust guard, air ways in the top cowl, underside of the deck housing and from the grassbag and check for signs of damage.
  • Check the condition of guards and safety devices.
  • Check condition of cutterblade.

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100Hrs or Every Season

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  • Clean the engine cooling system. Clean more often under dusty conditions or when airborne debris is present or after prolonged operation whilst cutting tall, dry grass.
  • Replace the spark plug

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Get A Quote!

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