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If you haven’t heard, the Honda Walk-Behind Leaf Blower is one of the best investments you could make when it comes to leaf blowers. It’s one of the most effective and useful tools on the market. This leaf blower is environmentally friendly with low emissions and an even lower fuel consumption with a wind velocity up to 252km per hour. Wow!

If you’re looking for a quiet operation leaf blower, this might just be the one for you as well. They can sometimes be found at your local home improvement stores or you could find them at your local Honda dealership occasionally as well. If you’re living in Texas and need parts for yours, check out Allen Honda’s parts operation. While they are an amazing product, maintaining leaf blowers in general can be pretty difficult. It’s best to take care of your equipment properly and avoid costly repairs when possible. Here’s a few ways you can maintain your Honda Leaf Blower for years to come:


Keep Them Clean 


As a rule of thumb, it’s always a good idea to clean your leaf blower regularly, even if you don’t use it often. In fact, it’s better to clean it out more often if it’s not being used often. Continuous use makes sure that the different parts aren’t being clogged up with dust and dirt particles. But, if you can’t find use for it, don’t worry. Just make sure you’re keeping it as clean as possible as often as possible. 


Check the Small Parts and Crannies 


Things like the fans, vents, and air filters are usually the biggest things that could cause problems. Consistent maintenance of the small nooks within the leaf blower will go a long way for keeping your product functional and efficient for as long as possible. 


Don’t Neglect the Fuel


It helps if you consistently change and check your fuel and also maintain oil levels. From our research, it’s most beneficial if you do this monthly because fuel left in the leaf blower for too long can damage your blower’s tank and fuel lines, especially in Honda leaf blowers. The best way to be consistent is change your fuel, drain the tank, run the engine until its dry, and leave it empty before putting the machine away for long periods of time in storage. Before you resume use in the following season, be especially sure to check and fill the oil as needed. You should also be aware that purchasing ethanol-free gas is very important to avoid damage to your carburetor.  


And with that last bit of advice, there are your three simple ways to keep your Honda Leaf Blower with you for a long time!


But what if you don’t have the time or equipment to do leaf removal at home yourself? Don’t worry because CLA Lawncare is here to help central Alabama homeowners from Tuscaloosa to Birmingham with expert lawncare and leaf removal. Just give Chris a call to schedule service for your lawn today: (205) 586-1656