We’re in mid-November now, and not too far away from the first snowfall of the season (especially for certain readers who live in snowy areas!) With that being said, Snow Blower Source has compiled a list of snow blower maintenance tips you should be performing before taking out the machine for the first time, just to make sure it operates like it’s supposed to.
When there’s snow on the ground, you want a snow blower nearby and ready to use. But to get to that moment, when should you actually pick one up? Snow Blower Source looks at various times you should go shopping, and what the pros and cons of each are.
There’s an element of fun to taking out the snow blower, but only if you’re careful and look for hazards ahead of time. In this post, Snow Blower Source takes a look at some of the pitfalls you can very easily avoid.
The last two weeks, we here at Snow Blower Source took a look at single stage and two stage snow blowers and how you can decide which one is right for you. But there’s still a segment of the population for whom neither type will do. And for them, the ones who need to clear a lot of snow without spending all day on it, a three stage snow blower is the one to look at. How do you know if you fall into this category? Let’s take a look.
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.
We’re still a couple months away from the first snowfall of the season, but us folks here at Snow Blower Source are itching for that to arrive. But we know not everyone may quite share the same level of enthusiasm, so we’re going to edge into things slowly by breaking down the ins and outs of the single stage snow blower — the perfect machine for light snow and/or small yards.
The snow’s not here yet — hopefully still a couple months away — but snow blower pros will tell you it’s now that matters. So with Snow Blower Source‘s first post of the season, we’ll be diving into what you need to kick off a new snow blower season.