Product lines we carry

Their are 100’s of Product lines that are manufactured by many different companies, These are the Elite few we have decided to carry in our store

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Andreas Stihl AG & Company KG is a German manufacturer of chainsaws and other handheld power equipment including trimmers and blowers. Their headquarters are in Waiblingen, Baden-Württemberg, near Stuttgart, Germany. Stihl was founded in 1926 by Andreas Stihl, an important innovator in early chain saw production. View Wikipedia Page


The Husqvarna Group is a Swedish manufacturer of outdoor power products including chainsaws, trimmers, brushcutters, cultivators, garden tractors, mowers, and sewing machines. View Wikipedia Page


The company was founded on 8 September 1947, by the Asamoto brothers… In 1971, the Kyoritsu Noki Company changed its name to the Kioritz Corporation and launched the CS-302, its first 'professional' saw and the first to bear its distinctive orange casing. It began trading under the ECHO. View Wikipedia Page


In 1942, Engineer Luigi Castoldi developed a self-propelled sickle bar mower that helped revolutionize agriculture by increasing productivity and dramatically reducing the physical effort needed to harvest hay and other forage crops.

Today, Engineer Castoldi’s company, BCS S.p.A, continues to fulfill its mission to increase its customers’ productivity… View BCS’s About Page


In 1961, BlueBird sold its first power rake to a small landscaping company. It was with that sale that BlueBird began providing commercial, rental and residential users with some of the most reliable turf care power equipment in the industry. That legacy continues today with new owners and a renewed vision

View BlueBird About Page


Briggs and Stratton

Launched in 1908 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the company is based today in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. Briggs & Stratton engines are commonly used on lawnmowers, as well as pressure washers, electrical generators, go-karts, and a wide variety of other applications. Their original cast-iron engines were known for their durability, but the company's success was established following the development of lightweight aluminum engines in 1953. View Wikipedia Page



Shindaiwa Incorporated is a global manufacturer of welding machines, generators, agricultural and forestry machinery, and outdoor power equipment. The company originally manufactured electrical and industrial products. Shindaiwa launched its first chainsaw in Japan in 1955. In September 2008, the company merged with Kioritz to form the Yamabiko Corporation The brand is owned and distributed by Yamabiko are Kioritz, Shindaiwa and ECHO. View Wikipedia Page


The Toro Company is an American manufacturer of turf maintenance equipment, snow removal equipment and water-saving irrigation system supplies for commercial and residential gardens, public parks, golf courses, sports fields, and agricultural fields. View Wikipedia Page



The company began in 1894 as Southern Saw Works. Later, in the 1940s, as the McDonough Power Company,

Snapper, Inc. was a United States company, formerly based in McDonough, Georgia, that manufactured residential and professional lawn-care and snow-removal equipment. View Wikipedia Page



Staying true to this simple mission, Ryan® has become one of the most trusted names in turf renovation equipment growing to include a wide range of products like aerators, dethatchers, overseeders, sod cutters and other specialty products that serve the landscaping and grounds and turf care professional – renovating many of the most pristine landscapes around the globe. View Ryan Equipment Page

There are many other brands that Ar-Jay’s carry’s not listed above. From fuel producers & safety equipment to after market brands