Snow Blower Sale. Find the Right one for You
No matter what time of the year, if you live in a region that gets annual snow, then you are either wishing you had a quality Snow Blower for the past 5 months, or planning to look at buying one for the next snow season. Am I right?
There are few tasks more dreaded than hand shovelling cubic yards of snow from your paths, driveway or yards. It is back-breaking thankless work, and if the weather stays in that snow zone, work you will likely have to repeat over and over again, week after freezing week!
Nope, not good. So how about looking at buying a quality snow blower direct, a snow blower on sale of you like. Amazon have an extensive range and all at really good discounts off the recommended retail prices. Here is where you can find a selection of Quality SnowBlowers, from and entry level model like the Greenworks 26032 20-Inch 12 Amp Electric Snow Thrower at around $170, to a top of the range beauty like the Husqvarna 1830EXL 30-Inch 414cc SnowKing at around $1600. I have pictured both of them below so you can get an idea of what they look like.
12 Amp Electric Snow Thrower
Husqvarna 1830EXL 30-Inch 414cc SnowKing
There are many other makes and models to choose from on the page I suggested above, and all are displayed with a lost of features, and handily, reviews left by previous snowblower customers who have bought these units. These reviews are well worth reading as there is nothing like personal experience to give you a helping hand to choose.
And if you do go on and buy an electric model, please consider your safety out there in the cold and wet. Let's face it, snow id only water frozen, and is defiantly not a friend of electricity. This is why I suggest you invest in a quality all weather, (especially cold weather), power cable. This 100 foot heave duty cable is ideal, and at under $65 it could be considered a very wise investment in efficiency; AND your safety.
Ok, enough technical stuff about Snowblowers. While you're convincing your partner about which of the models to buy, here are some cool snow facts:
According to the Guinness Book of World Records the biggest ever snowflake was found in Montana, Fort Keogh to be precise, in January way back in 1887. It was 8 inches thick and 14 inches across.
Mount Baker, in Washington State, holds the record for the most annual snowfall, a world record by the way. In one year, 1198 to 1999, 31.6 yardsof snow fell on cold old Mt Baker.
A large snowstorm tends to drop more than 39 million tons of snow, which is the equivalent to the energy released by about 120 atomic bombs.
Don't let an atomic bomb drop on you now! Get yourself a quality Snow Blower on sale today.