About Us

Quality Service and Competitive Pricing

Little Engines is your one stop outdoor equipment shop. We boast the largest Stihl inventory in the Omaha Metro Area. Whether you’re buying new equipment or looking to repair your old equipment Little Engines should be your first choice for quality service. Little Engines has been serving Northwest Omaha for over 15 years. We have grown as both a business and professionals and continue to look forward to growing with the community

New and Reconditioned Equipment For Sale

Little Engines offers one of the most extensive inventories of both New and Reconditioned equipment in Omaha. We keep an inventory of all in season equipment on hand. We are a stocking dealer for most of the bestselling quality brands in the nation. Some of the brands that we stock include; Toro, Stihl, Ryan, Bluebird, Redmax, Tanaka, and many others. Stop into the showroom today to see our inventory!


Whether your cultivating a garden or rehabbing your lawn we have the equipment to save you money and get the job done!

The Workshop

Little Engines should be your first choice for quality repair. Our technicians are factory certified by the leading equipment manufacturers. The technicians continually attend update schools and seminars. We have the staff on hand to get your equipment up and running, Big or small We service them all!

Our History


The current owner purchased Fort Street Small Engine. Fort Street Small Engine was a small family owned business experiencing a period of growth. Shortly after purchasing the business, Fort Street Small Engine outgrew its original location.


In November 2002 ground was broken for a new larger location. The new location boasted over 8,000 square feet of service space. The new location also accommodated for a full retail location and parts store.


Little Engines opened its doors to the general public. The business continued to experience growth as the Omaha community expanded.


Another expansion of the building was planned and began construction in the spring of 2005. The addition to the building added another 10,000 square feet of servicing space.