Last week we took a look at single stage snow blowers so you could decide if it was the right machine for you. And this week, Snow Blower Source will be going a little deeper by checking out two stage snow blowers.
So, you’ve finally decided to look for a brand new machine on Snow Blower Source, but wanted to make some money off your old one first. Before you can put it up for sale, there are a few things you should take care of first. After all, if you can make a bit more money from the sale, why not take the time?
Nobody likes to have their snow blower conk out on them, especially when there’s a big snowfall on the way. But if the worst case scenario happens to you, Snow Blower Source has put together a little FAQ guide that goes over some problems you may experience. With any luck, it’ll never happen to you but it’s always good to have answers available.
Although our snow days are starting to get left behind, we’ve still got a solid month or so of them left. And until it’s over, Snow Blower Source wants you and your family to have on last go at fun, so we’ve compiled a list of some of the top winter and snow activities you can take part in.
Depending on where you live, groundhogs across the country both saw their shadows and didn’t. So, is it for certain that there’s still another six weeks of winter left? Quite possibly. There’s no sure answer one way or another, so the best approach is to assume you’ll still be using your snow blower here and there until the snow’s all gone. But until that happens — and we know the day’s coming close — Snow Blower Source has a couple of tips to remember when getting the machine ready for spring.
Using a snow blower is, by far, the easiest way to clear your drive of snow. All you have to do is either plug it in or yank the cord to start, guide it around, and let the machine do its thing. And in just a short amount of time, your driveway is blissfully clear of snow. But what happens when you don’t have a snow blower on hand? In this post, Snow Blower Source takes a look at some conventional m‐ and not so conventional — ways of getting rid of the white stuff.
We associate snow with cold weather cities and towns, but that’s not always the case. When a place is really dry, you’ll get all the misery of super cold temperatures with none of the fun of snow. In this post, Snow Blower Source takes a look at where some of the coldest places to live are on Earth — with the proviso being that they don’t get a lot of snow.
For the winter lovers, planning a getaway should have three necessary things: gorgeous scenery, fluffy white stuff and plenty of outdoor activities. Snow Blower Source takes a look at where some of the best winter vacation spots are in the whole world, just in case you feel like giving your Toro or Ariens snow blower a little break.
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.