Snow Removal Equipment & Supplies

  • 6-12" of light snow 
  • Ideal for smooth surfaces
  • Up to 2 ft. of heavy snow 
  • Ideal for smooth and gravel surfaces
  • Up to 2 ft. of heavy snow and ice 
  • Ideal for smooth and gravel surfaces

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  • Great for areas of half an acre or smaller
  • Twice the power of battery-powered blowers
  • Some even come with a push button starter
  • Relatively low maintenance
  • Don’t require gas, oil and don’t produce fumes
  • Lighter than gas mowers
  • Require an outside power outlet
  • 30-60 minute runtime with no cord to worry about
  • Some models offer a push-button starter
  • Many use the same battery as other power tools for the ultimate in convenience
  • Great for areas of a quarter-acre or less    

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Making Easy Work of Snow and Ice Removal

When the snow comes down, removing it is essential to the safety of both your home and those living in it. Fortunately, there are many different snow removal tools and materials available to help you with the process. Some of the most common snow removal tools include:

Snow Blowers

Snow blowers are motorized tools that help to move snow off your driveways and walkways efficiently and with minimal effort. There are four primary types of snow blowers from which to choose, including:

•  Two-Stage Gas Snow Blowers
•  Single-Stage Gas Snow Blowers
•  Cordless Electric Snow Blowers
•  Corded Electric Snow Blowers

Snowplows

Snow plows are designed to move a large amount of snow quickly and easily. These attachments can be mounted to the front of a tractor or vehicle. Their removable design allows them to be attached only when needed and stored in a garage or shed between winters.

Snow Shovels

Remove snow from your driveway or walkway manually with a durably constructed snow shovel. If you are going to shovel snow by hand, it is important to select a shovel that is lightweight, durable, and outfitted with a comfort-grip handle. Snow shovels come in an array of different styles and design, depending upon your personal preferences.

Snow Brushes & Ice Scrapers

You never know when you’re going to walk out to your car and find it covered in a layer of snow. Keep a snow brush and ice scraper in your car and you’ll be able to clear the windshields and continue on your way. When selecting a snow brush, look for one with a comfort grip handle, durable construction, and long handle that provides the reach you need to get all areas of your roof.

Ice Melts

Getting rid of dangerous patches of ice on your porch, patio, and walkway is easier when you use rock salt ice melt. This material scatters onto the surface of your path once the snow has been removed and cuts through the ice, causing it to melt. One of the most trusted brands of rock salt is Alaskan ice melter.

Installing a Heated Driveway

If you live in an area that receives large amounts of snow every year, installing a heated driveway is an incredibly convenient solution. Heated driveway mats warm the snow, allowing it to roll off your driveway like rain, eliminating the need for shoveling or breaking up ice.

Removing Snow from Your Roof

It is not only important to remove snow from your walkways, but from your roof as well. Too much snow on the roof can cause considerable damage and lead to roof leaks. Snow removal accessories, such as gutter-clearing kits and roof snow removal tools will help you clear your roof of excess snow.

When you have the right snow removal tools on hand, you’ll be able to find the beauty in a fresh dusting of snow without dreading the work that comes along with it. At the end of the season, make sure all your tools are thoroughly cleaned and put away for the following year.