Snow Blowers


Snow Blowers

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Snow Blowers

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Snow blowers can be great time saving devices as well as protecting and avoiding sore backs and keeping other sore muscles from developing. This sites is aimed at helping consumers make decisions about whether they need a snow blower or not, what type they should purchase and what they need to know about maintaining their snow blowers as well as repairs.

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Snow Blowers – Why Buy One

Consumers purchase snow blowers for many reasons, however the main health issue that consumers should be concerned about is triggering a heart attack while shoveling snow. A snow blower canĀ  prevent heart attacks, especially when the snow is heavy and wet. Many people every year suffer heart attacks while shoveling snow every year. If you do plan to shovel the snow from your driveway, take your time and if you do get short of breath, STOP and take a break! The snow can wait and you can always come back later to finish the job. If you are in a hurray, ask someone to help before you trigger a heart attack which can ruin your life.

Consumers also need to know that they should let the snowblower do its work. All you need to do is steer it and point the blowing snow in the proper direction. Many people make the mistake of trying to push or pull the snow blower, when you can just engage the drive and steer it in the right direction. Let the tires or treads push the machine ahead and if you have chains on your tires, they will not slip and actually push the snow blower along at a steady clip. Trying to manhandle a 500 pound snow blower can be tough work and could trigger a heart attack as well. Let the machine do its work and you steer the machine!

Long Driveways

If you have a long driveway and the snowplow dumps a great deal of snow at the end of your driveway you may want to consider purchasing a snow blower. Double car driveways, lots of snow to shovel, walk ways and yards that need clearing are excellent reasons to purchase a snow blower. In later posts we will talk about how you decide which snow blower is the right one for your needs.

Snow Blowers – Considerations

There are number of things to keep in mind when you purchase a snow blower.

  • Size of your snow blower including engine size and width
  • Safety during operation of your snow blower
  • Maintenance of your snowblower on an annual and monthly basis
  • Adjustments and repairs to your snowblower
  • Storage of your snow blower during off-season
  • Troubleshooting your snowblower if it does not operate properly
  • Can you find parts for your snow blower easily
  • Can you obtain repairs close to your home for your snow blower

The items listed above are important and if you think about them, the answers will help you decide which snow blower provides the best solution for your application. Of course the more features you have and the more powerful the snow blower is, the higher the price is going to be. Transportation can be an issue for delivery and also when you want to have your snow blower maintained or repaired.

Snow Blowers – Safety

Safety is paramount when operating your snow blower to ensure that you or anyone around you is not injured in any way. A few basic things to remember are:

  • Always have all guards in place, never direct the discharge from your snow blower towards other people or windows.
  • Stop the engine and disconnect the spark plug if you need to remove debris from the auger.
  • Always keep the machine clean and free of oil and gasoline that may be spilled anywere on your snow blower.
  • Never allow children to play or be around a running snow blower
  • Always tightly wrap scarves or other loose clothing so that there is no chance of these items getting caught in the snow blower.

Most people just look at price and average sizes of snow blowers. They should also give some consideration to the warranty, the location and availability of a place to take your snow blower should it need maintenance or repairs. Parts availability is also an issue? Were do you get parts? Can you do some of the maintenance work yourself.

We will review all of these details and more in later posts about snow blowers.

Don’t Wait Until the Snow Comes

Most people will wait until that first major snow fall. Guess what so is everyone else and the chance of finding a snow blower on sale at this time is remote. In addition consumers could find that there are no longer any snow blowers left for sale. This phenomenon almost every year just after a major snow fall. Consumers are fed up with shoveling snow and decide they are going to get a snow blower only to find that the store is sold out.

Features are also important to consider. Electric start, head lights, power chutes for angle and direction, dead man switch, ease of oil changes, snow guards and guides so you know were the edge of the snow blower is in deep snow, tire chains, battery electric start or plug-in electric start are all items that are convenient, but also drive up the price. So it helps to decide a head of time regarding which features you consider must haves and those that are considered nice to have vs. the price of these additional features.

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One Response to “Snow Blowers”

  1. i need a new snow blower. the bearings are going on mind and i either need to replace them or buy a new one. If I do the work myself it will not cost much, but if i pay someone to do the work it will cost too much and I might as well buy a new one.

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