Servicing Fayetteville, Hope Mills, Spring Lake, Raeford and the surrounding areas.

It’s simple: years of experience

We pledge to use our best efforts to make your experience!

Welcome to Jones Small Engine Repair, family operated since 1982.  We are glad you decided to visit our new web site.  As always our business goal is to provide you with quality service on your outdoor lawn equipment. The company is conveniently located at 4800 Bragg Boulevard; Fayetteville, NC, approximately 5 miles from Fort Bragg. We are authorized dealers for Briggs and Stratton, Kohler Engines, Poulan/ Weedeater, MTD, Tecumseh, Murray and Troy Built.  Our technicians are always eager and willing to provide professional and honest diagnosis of your equipment in a timely fashion.

The company was founded by the Late Thomas H. Jones Sr. in 1982. New Owner Thomas H. Jones Jr. is proud to continue his father’s legacy. The company takes pride in its work providing quality repairs to gasoline operated lawn equipment IE: Push & Riding Lawn Mowers, Trimmers, Edgers, Chain Saws, Generators, Pressure Washers, Etc. Jones’ Small Engine Repair has and continues to provide service to lawn equipment operated by our great armed services base, Fort Bragg, in which we are so very proud to serve.  Equipment requiring repair under warranty purchased from Sears and Wal-Mart are also included in the companies’ responsibilities.

We appreciate the loyalty and trust that our customers have for our company, some for many years. Our greatest passion is seeing a smile on our customer’s face from satisfaction.  No matter if you are a returning customer or new, we look forward to providing you with our best service.

News & Info


Maintenance Tip: 1

The Staff at Jones Small Engine Repair always recommend that you read your owners Manual. The owner’s manual

Fayetteville, NC - August 19, 2016

Maintenance Tip: 2

Old gasoline accounts for approximately 90% of the reasons lawn equipment does not operate correctly.

Fayetteville, NC - August 18, 2016

Maintenance Tip: 3

As we approach the end of the mowing season, remember to bring your equipment to us for service.

Fayetteville, NC - August 18, 2016