How Much are Snow Blowers?
Snow blowers can run anywhere from a few hundred dollars or less to a few thousand. This is because these are products built for a very specific job, and depending on where you live, and what job you need to do, your choices will fit into a more narrow category of machine type.
Capable of handling 3 to 8 inches of snow at a time, they can clear smoother driveways and walks clean for a well-manicured look. Because of this they are popular with homeowners and are on the more affordable end of the cost spectrum.
Many of these machines are equipped with extra comforts, such as heated handles, forward and reverse drive systems, and the ability to hook on a cab for weather protection. Because of this they span the entire range of cost and can run well into the thousands if you are in search of a professional machine that can handle larger areas.
Many dual stage versions also fall into this category and can be offered as a smaller, more storable design, as well as larger constructed products for areas that receive more moderate snowfalls through the winter. They also are popular for larger properties.
Although these machines can run from a few hundred dollars into the thousands, a general rule of thumb to keep in mind that residential machines are usually less expensive. They come in a variety of electric, and gas powered designs to help you clear your property with ease. If you are looking for maximum power for deep snow or commercial use, then you need to consider some of the more expensive dual- stage models to ensure it can handle what you are putting it to work upon.
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