Snow Blower Buying Guide:
If you live in a place that rarely sees accumulating snow — or if you can’t or just don’t want to shovel — and electric or cordless model might be the best choice. They are generally lightweight and easy to maneuver, perfect for occasionally clearing your driveway or path. They are relatively inexpensive, don’t require gas, and ideal for those who don’t have a lot of storage space.
Snow blowers can generally be divided into two classes:
1. Single-Stage Snow Blower: On a single-stage snow blower, the auger (the paddle mechanism visible from the front) pulls snow into the machine and directs it out of a discharge chute. The auger contacts the ground, making single-stage snow blowers unsuitable for use on unpaved surfaces.
2.Two-Stage Snow Blower : Two-stage snow blower, the auger pulls snow into the machine and feeds it into a high-speed impeller, which in turn directs it out of a discharge chute. Two-stage snow blowers can generally handle deeper snow depths than single-stage ones, and because their augers don’t touch the ground, they can be used on unpaved surfaces.
Current Power Machinery has been providing quality support to our Residential and Commercial customer’s from our Clarkson Village location for over 42 years. Our philosophy has always centered on educating our customers so that they can make informed decisions on any purchase of any new snow blowers and for the necessary repairs and maintenance of their existing tools. We are proud to represent the following product lines for snow removal. We carry the most common models in stock at all times and can source all other products from these suppliers on request. For more details contact us or visit us on: