The websites of the lawn mower dealer and the unit's manufacturer often provide service locators that display links of authorized service repair centers within a specific area. If the unit does not fall under the limited warranty policy, try locating repair shops on business listing sites like Yellow Pages.
An authorized lawn mower technician or repair center should service lawn mower units still under the dealer or manufacturer's warranty period. To find a service technician or center near you, visit the website of the dealer or manufacturer and look for the service repair locator tool. If the site does not provide an online locator, call the hotline or telephone number provided by the site, if applicable.
If the unit is no longer under warranty, you may try searching for reputable repair shops in your area. Yellow Pages and Yelp allow online searches of lawn mower repair shops and technicians. Visit the site's home page and search lawn mower repair shops or technician by business name or keyword. Key in your location or allow the site to find your current location. Yelp.com also lists repair shops according to the shops' ratings and reviews. Make sure to read the consumer reviews to find out what other consumers have to say about a certain repair shop.