Snowblower Buying Guide
We hate to say it, but it's time to start thinking about snow. Oh sure, you're sitting there thinking of idyllic snow, the kind that you play in with your kids, you make snowmen with and that you sled on, but don't forget, it's that very same snow that'll be sitting 2' deep on your driveway when you wake up in the morning and you've got to get to work. We used to hand shovel everything, thinking it made us more macho, but then last winter we went and got ourselves a snowblower and man, oh man what a difference. Now we can enjoy the snow rather than look at it as some sort of sub-zero Sisyphean task.
We did some research and found these helpful snowblower buying guide.
- Lowes - A good summary of the two main types of snowblowers.
- Consumer Search - Detailed ratings of what they found to be the six best snowblowers, with prices ranging from $120 to $1500)
- Consumer Guide - It looks like the product list on this guide is automatically generated, and thus a but funky, but aside from that, it has a very detailed glossary of snowblower terms and a good summary of things to look for when buying one.
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Posted by Doug Mahoney at October 10, 2007 5:00 AM