The recent enormous snowfall in Buffalo was sobering for a number of reasons: it caused deaths, closed major roadways, ground much of the city to a halt, and showed the world that no matter how snowy a city is in the winter, Mother Nature can always find a way to top it. But with the feet and feet that fell in Buffalo, one question comes to mind: how is it possible for so much snow to fall in one place at one time? For that answer, Snow Blower Source turns to a number of different sources. (more…)
When taking a snow blower to your driveway, there are two ways you can do it: however you darn well would like, and the efficient way. The first method may or may not keep you outside longer than you should, while the second will have you back on the couch in record time, allowing you to warm up with a mug of cocoa sooner. Take a look at Snow Blower Source‘s tips on how to clear snow the most efficient way possible no matter what type of fluffy white stuff fell.
Chances are, you probably don’t live in a place where snow gets massively out of control. It may blizzard once in a while and dump heaps of the fluffy white stuff on your yard, but after a quick go-through with your snow blower, everything’s more or less taken care. That’s not quite the case for these 7 places, which get more than their fair share of snow. If you’ve ever wanted to move to a winter wonderland, Snow Blower Source brings you some places to get your passport ready for.