Quite often when looking at the traffic to our website I notice people looking for snow thrower parts. Growing up in "Snowland" (Michigan) we always kept a snow blower handy. I, personally had never heard of a snow thrower. Of course I had seen them before. We just assumed all machines that pick up and dispense snow were snow blowers. Well folks, I was wrong. We were all completely wrong. There actually is a difference between a snow blower and a snow thrower. Firstly, I wondered what the difference was. Secondly, I wondered if people that owned snow throws actually knew their equipment was not a snow blower. Lastly, I wanted to know which one was better. Turns out there's an answer to each question. Depending on your personal situation and your weather, one may be better than the other.
So, whats the difference? Read on to get the full scoop!
Let's face it! Snow mowing just doesn't "cut" it. I hope this is not your plan for winter. Last year we, in Southern Maryland received our first official snow in November, before Thanksgiving. Winter doesn't officially begin until December 21st. So it may be best to be on the safe side and begin prepping your snow blower for winter. It may seem a bit early to some. But when you go to sleep Sunday night in 50 degree weather and discover Monday morning your driveway is filled with snow you will surely regret not having your snow blower ready. Don't wait for the first snow to make sure everything is in working order. You'll want to tune up your equipment. Read on to get the full scoop.
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