How can I start a small engine repair business?

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How can I start a small engine repair business?

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Are you one of those who like to experiment with machines, nuts and bolts to repair small engine components, electrical circuits, etc.? If yes, with a little more proficiency you can start a small engine repairing business and make huge profits. Before planning to start the business, learn the basic techniques to repair and troubleshoot engine components, ignition systems, disassemble and restore different stroke engines including two-stroke, three-stroke and four-stroke engines. Professional training will improve your skills as well as provide you with certification in small business repair. Certification will add to your credentials and increase your customers’ confidence on your business. Next, estimate all the expenses. Breakdown the expenses into advertising, services, automobiles, commissions, equipment rentals, cost of tools, repairs, maintenance, taxes, etc. Determine what percentage of the total expenses is being consumed by each individual expense. Accordingly make a business

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How to start a small egine repair business? Well, that depends. How skilled are you at doing this type of work already? If you have skill in the area, then the best way (which I did) was to first get certified by EETC in 2 stroke and 4 stroke engines. $45.00 test that you can take and get a cool certificate and patch you know. Second, get a business license and start advertising on Craigslist for your work. You’ll be surprised how many people will call. I started out in my garage, then built a small 18′ x 24′ building to do the work in. After you start getting customers, offer discounts for referrals. People for some reason love that, you know? Also, as I did, go to the local dump and pick up free mowers and things, fix them, then offer them for sale at your “outdoor power equipment” Saturday morning yard sale. Even offer loaner stuff that you find and fix to customers while you have their machines. I did this, and built a ridiculously loyal customer base within a year. They just thoug

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