Looking for a new snow blower but don’t know where to start? We’ve got you covered.
Our handy buying guide will help you find the perfect snow blower for any job.

 

Wheeled vs. Tracked

 
Tracked Snowblowers

Tracked Snowblowers

Units are ideal for getting extra traction, they excel on steep inclines and declines, and help you power through deep, heavy snow. However, they lack mobility, especially when attempting to move the unit when the engine is off.

Wheeled Snowblowers

Make the unit much easier to turn, but lack the traction of a tracked unit. Wheels are ideal for flat surfaces and moderate to heavy to snowfall.

Wheeled Snowblowers

Single Stage vs. Two Stage

 
Single-Stage Blowers

Single-Stage Blowers

Units make quick work of light to medium snowfall and are the easiest to move around. They are also much smaller and easier to store. Single stage units are also great for driveways made of pavers or brick.

Two-Stage Blowers

Units offer more power and a second auger to power through heavy or thick snow. The additional stage, helps avoid clogging up your chute with snow.

Two-Stage Blowers

Gas vs. Battery

 
Gas Snow Blowers

Gas Snow Blowers

Gas units are still king when it comes to run time AND a refill of a gas tank is easier than waiting for your batteries to recharge.

Battery Snow Blowers

Our selection of EGO snowblowers offer exceptional torque and good run times. These are ideal for urban settings. PRO TIP - keep your batteries in the house — cold batteries won't run as long.

Battery Snow Blowers

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Husqvarna ST 224 Snow Blower

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Wheeled Powerhouse

Wheeled Powerhouse

Ariens Deluxe 28 Super High Output Snow Blower

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The Workhorse

The Workhorse

Ariens Deluxe 30 Snow Blower

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