Naturescapes in Elkhart, IN with Reviews -
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By: Brayan E.
Yard N Gard
This business is run by incompetent idiots. They returned my lawnmower without fixing the problem simply replacing a battery and cable ($80) it took them three weeks to do that. I went back to talk to them about it. They agreed to pick it up and see what the problem was. After taking two weeks again they call when offering no solution I asked them to return it. They now want 70 dollars to bring my mower back their fucking stupidity. After arguing with me It looks like this place is now full of Morons I should have read reviews on this place.
By: James S.
Yard N Gard
Great people and great service!! Would definitely recommend to everyone! They have always greeted me with a big smile and friendly atmosphere. Their service department does exceptional work and always in a timely manner. I prefer taking my machine somewhere will it will be fixed the first time and this place DOES JUST THAT!
By: Simon S.
Yard N Gard
Stay away from these cheats and scammers.Lousy customer service. Rude, obnoxious staff with a penchant for ripping off the unsuspecting.I dropped my classic wheel horse mower off for them to repair. (The mower drive belt kept popping off the drive pulley... so not a real big deal.) Anyway, they had my mower for over two weeks before I called... only to find out that they hadn't touched it and were very annoyed that I didn't know to read their service schedule sign that is hidden somewhere inside their store. I decided that I'd just go pick it up and either fix it myself or find another service shop. They charged me $90 for replacing a deck hangar pin and blowing the mower off with an air hose. Then they presented me with a $500+ proposal for work that they said needed to be done. I declined the proposal... and then they offered to buy my tractor for $100. ?! Really? It's a classic wheel horse!!!!
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By: Mari D.
Yard N Gard
I just bought a used mower from this place on Friday, 6/26/2015, The mower ran good for two hours that cut out and I needed t used starter fluid to start it. I took it back to them on the next business and they refused to even look at it the mower. I had left my John Deere for repairs n the day that I paid 800.00 dollars for the lemon they sold me and that was was pushed out to the drive way and asked to leave. The manger there is the rudest person I have ever seen in sales, with his unnecessary use of obscenity. I wish I could rate a negative star. I will never buy there again
By: jackie.weiss.54
Great place to shop! Fun things to do! And now good food too at the new Cafe!
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