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It’s that time of year again! Time to find out whether critters wintered in your shed, time to start planning the garden, and time to weigh the wisdom of switching over to your summer tires before the end of April. While we can’t help with the tires, we have a lot to offer in your quest for lush landscaping.

January: the holiday decorations are stored, the gifts put away, and the weather is only getting worse. There’s a good way to keep your sanity in check and your spirits high, though: and that’s with a clear driveway!

Buying a used lawnmower can be a smart move. Older, well-cared for machines were built to last, some still going strong 20 and 30 years later. We’ve got some tips to help you avoid picking up a lemon.

Easy is most likely not the first word that comes to mind when you think of snow in January. Luckily, if you have a quality snow blower from an industry leader like Toro or Cub Cadet you’re one slippery step ahead of the next guy.

With the white stuff on the way, the shop is stocked full of snow blowers… and we mean in the hundreds. Poor Josh is running so fast he’s starting to get himself a girlish figure! But even during our busiest time of the year, we’ve always got time for that old-fashioned customer service we’ve built the business on.

We’ll start with the bad news: winter is coming, folks. And according to the weather predictions, it’s going to be a bad one for the books.

If you’ve recently had a tree removed from your property, likely you’re breathing a little easier this fall. One less tree on your property means less leaves filling up your lawn or eavestroughs ; as a result, you’ve got a whole lot more weekend-time free. That’s a little less time raking, bagging and killing your back, and a little more apple and pumpkin picking time with the family.  

If you get a lot of satisfaction from checking off items on a lengthy to-do list, September is a great time of year. Fall clean up, anyone? But, if you don’t have the right tools for the job, it can be a rough season on your body… and your wallet.

Anyone who’s ever visited our shop located in the heart of Hespeler can gather pretty quickly that we’re a company who believes in community. Whether it’s the Hespeler Reunion or a local music event, you’re sure to see our owner Josh’s face pop up in the mix.

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Store Hours

 

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Monday

Closed

Tuesday - Friday  8am - 5:30pm
Thursdays

8am - 8pm

Saturday  Closed
Sunday Closed

We are closing early

for a few Thursdays!!

June 21, 28 & July 5

We are taking some time and enjoying

summer! We will be closed on

Mondays for July and August!

 

3-25 Milling Road Cambridge N3C 1C3 ON Canada

Office: (519) 220-1700
Fax: (519) 220 1722

 

About Cambridge Small Motors

Local boy Josh Kinsie started Cambridge Small Motors with the idea that customer care should be as renowned as the repair. A mechanic by trade with vast knowledge of all things motors, Josh has as much fun greeting customers as he does getting his hands dirty in the shop. Whether you’re looking for something new or Old Reliable needs a tune-up, come see us for some good old-fashioned customer service.

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