If It Has a Spark Plug, Bo Can Fix It!
New Orleans lawn mower repair specialist Bo Rodriguez got his first dirt bike when he was 5 years old. His Grandfather taught him, “if it’s got a spark plug, you can make it start.” Working on that first dirt bike with his Grandfather Bo realized his passion for small engines.
At 14, Bo got his first job at The Lawn & Saw Shop in Covington, LA. Working under Mr. Red’s watchful eye, Bo learned how to diagnose, repair and service all kinds of small engines.
New Orleans Lawn Mower Repair Specialists
Bo cut his teeth on simple two stroke engines and earned his reputation as a New Orleans lawn mower repair specialist one small engine at a time. His passion and natural curiosity pushed him to master the latest equipment and invest in the technology necessary to earn the badge of Master Technician for manufacturers like Toro, Honda, Briggs & Stratton and Generac. Becoming certified as a Master Service Technician involves intensive classroom exams and online refresher courses requiring a mastery of:
- Theory and Mechanical Knowledge
- Troubleshooting & Diagnostics
- Failure Analysis & Warranty
- Product Knowledge
Since 1985 Bridge City Power Equipment has been selling, servicing and performing small engine & lawn mower repair across the Greater New Orleans, Plaquemines and Lower Lafourche areas. You won’t find a Master Service Technician on the Gulf Coast more qualified than Bo!
First Generac Dealer in New Orleans
Bridge City Power Equipment was the first company in New Orleans to sell, install and service Generac’s full line of whole home generators. With so many years in the whole home generator market, Bo and the Team at Bridge City Power Equipment have seen what happens when a fly-by-night company installs low-quality systems.
With over 30 years of service to the landscape industry, commercial facility managers and home owners, Bo has developed a full line of products, repair shop and service schedules to ensure his Grandfather’s motto holds true, “If it’s got a spark plug, We’ll make sure it starts.”