Tenbelow: The new face of outdoor repair

— The newest addition to Baldwinsville's service industry offers convenient and dependable repairs at an affordable rate.

Tenbelow Outdoor Power Equipment opened on Baldwinsville’s Salina Street in March of this year, and has provided an alternative to big chains whose expensive service is less than satisfactory.

Innovative technology and service experts separate Tenbelow from its competition, said co-founder and CEO Jeff Mantell.

"We're a new generation of outdoor repair," he said. "Everything is done digitally and all of our technicians have a laptop on their workbench for reference."

Mantell's interest in outdoor service repair began at a young age when he'd watch his father work as a mechanic, and his passion was only amplified as he worked through corporate jobs in his 20s. Now, Mantell has pooled his influences, creating a miniaturized model of a major corporation at Tenbelow.

The original Tenbelow was founded as a retail motor store in 2007 in Wampsville, and served as an outlet for motorsport hobby enthusiasts. However, Mantell and co-founder Chi Le soon saw a need for the service of small engines, and the young company's focus changed. By 2009, Tenbelow had opened a new location, their first service shop in a 3,000 square foot building complete with a state-of-the-art repair area.

In addition to the 5,000 square foot store that opened in Baldwinsville, plans are forming to open locations in Watertown, Binghamton and Plattsburg.

Tenbelow Outdoor Power Equipment has highly trained personnel specializing in the service of most outdoor products, ranging from lawnmowers and chainsaws to boats and ATVs, and the sale of parts and accessories and motorsports apparel. A pickup and delivery service also offers accessibility to customers who can't bring their machinery to the shop themselves. They are also an authorized dealer for Parts Unlimited, Tucker Rocky, Western Power Sports, Fulmer Helmets and Sullivans Motorsports, and sell Tomberlin go-karts, scooters, ATVs and electric low speed vehicles.

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