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Best Snow Blower Reviews for 2017 – Buying Guide

Deciding which snow blower to buy can be a daunting task. There are so many to pick from. How do you know which one is best?You could spend hours and hours researching online, but who has time for that?Relax. We’ve done the work for you. ​

Briggs and Stratton Snow Blower 1150 Snow Series Review

Share0 Share +10 Tweet0 If you’re looking for a reliable and powerful snow blower to get you through the harshest winter weather, you can’t go wrong with the Briggs and Stratton 1150 Snow Series.​You’ve probably heard of Briggs and Stratton before. They’ve been around for over 100 years, and they’re known for making high quality […]

Snow Joe SJ620 Review – Snow Joe Ultra Corded Electric Snow Blower

Have you had enough of shoveling snow? Thinking about getting a snow blower to save some time and to save your back?​If so, you’ll want to consider the Ultra SJ260, a powerful yet lightweight electric snow blower from Snow Joe. It’s not big and noisy like gasoline snow blowers, but it can handle good-sized snowfalls […]

Toro Power Clear 518 ZE Single Stage Gas Snow Blower Review

​When a snowstorm hits and you have to clear your driveway, what’s the worst thing that can happen? ​I’ll tell you what it is. You go out to the garage, and the dang snow blower won’t start, right? ​That’s why electric and battery-powered snow blowers are so popular. You just flip the switch and they turn on. The […]

Greenworks 2600502 13 Amp Corded Electric Snow Blower Review

​So, you’re tired of shoveling snow and you’re thinking about getting a snow blower? Definitely a good idea! If you want a snow blower that’s easy to use, is maintenance free and is good for the environment, then you should consider an electric snow blower.​

Snow Joe iON18sb Review – The Best Cordless Electric Snow Blower?

The end of summer is almost here. It’s still warm outside, but it’s not too early to start thinking about getting ready for winter. Of course, there isn’t much yard work to do in the winter, but there’s still work to do. You know what I’m talking about – snow removal. ​It used to be that […]