STIHL DEALER DAYS AT MARTIN! NOW ‘TIL JUNE 21, 2020 STIHL landscaping products are some of the best in the business. High quality, durable, great hand-feel and balance. And Stihl Dealer Days are happening NOW. Check out some of the offers we have running at Martin Implement:
SAVE $60 ON THE FS 94 R TRIMMER At just over 10 pounds, the STIHL FS 94 R trimmer has an amazing power-to-weight ratio, and it’s great for maneuvering around hills, landscaping stones, and other gnarly terrain. It features the ECOSPEED throttle set wheel, allowing you to set the most effective throttle speed for your specific terrain and application. Combined with a high-powered, low-exhaust-emission engine and anti-vibration system, this grass and weed trimmer is a workhorse tool for landscaping pros. …Was $359.95 Now just $299.95!
This time of year get’s us thinking about winter storage. If you’ve got lawn equipment like a mower or 2-cycle hand tools you need to winterize your equipment before storing it. A few simple steps will go a long way to making sure your equipment is ready to roll next spring. Here are some tips from our in-shop experts:
Our surrounding municipal areas have various programs for leaf collection. These programs start right about now and end around Thanksgiving. If you’re on the front end of leaf collection participating in a community program or working your own lawn, you’re likely moving heaps of leaves. Want to get rid of your leaves before these programs stop? We’ve got some equipment in our shop that will help you do it faster. You want to save time and stress on your back, right? See how one of our equipment experts saves time on his weekend work:
Many new safety features come standard on today’s saws.
It’s time to breakout the lawn and tree equipment that’s been hibernating in your garage the past six months. All those pieces you forgot about this winter – mowers, trimmers, chain saws – need to be unthawed and prepped for the upcoming season. Now is also a great time to review safety measures for operating equipment. It’s good practice to go over these each year because no matter how much experience you have equipment features change all the time and it’s just not worth the risk of injury to you or your operators.
Tree Care Industry Magazine has an article in this month’s issue on chain saw safety, which any saw operator knows is a number one priority. Chain saws are dangerous things in the hands of an inexperienced operator so they’ve got a few tips to remember next time you fire up your saw. The article covers the essentials: kickback, proper operating and starting techniques and a review of newer safety features that come standard on saws. It’s good stuff so check it out:
New innovations in chains are making saws more efficient than ever
There are a lot of innovations in chain saws today that aren’t being used by industry professionals – especially when it comes to chains. That’s what we gathered from a recent article in the July 2013 issue of Tree Care Industry Magazine (a great resource for anyone in the tree biz). The story, Today’s Saw Chains Are a Far Cry from Granddad’s, covered all the ins and outs of modern chains, and as a dealer of both Stihl and Echo brand chain saws, we thought it would be nice to share. Continue reading →
STIHL is known for equipment that holds up for the long haul. Their outdoor power equipment line is maybe the most recognizable in the business, and there’s a reason for that. That said, even the best equipment needs maintenance now and then, and top-of-the-line equipment deserves top-of-the-line care. That’s why you take your STIHL equipment to a MasterWrench technician like Jeff Sensor. Continue reading →