Ice is one of the biggest dangers and injury-causers there is during winter. It’s slippery, hidden and discriminates against nobody, and getting rid of it as soon as possible is in everyone’s best interests. But before you go buying a fancy Toro or Ariens snow blower, read this post first to see how you can best tackle the problem.
We’ve already had a few snowfalls that makes us realize winter is here, and it’s just a matter of time before it settles in and gets comfortable for the season. If winter is anything like last year, we’re in for a lot of snow and your snow blower is going to get quite the workout. But before you go yanking the start cord and letting ‘er rip, read these safety tips to make sure you’re doing what you can to keep fingers, toes and limbs attached.