How to use Snow-blower in a sentence
Dean managed to whistle down a young boy who agreed to use his snow blower on Dean's unfinished sidewalk, for an amount Dean considered ridiculous, but he knew he needed to get up to snuff on Shipton's fall before he was totally on the defensive.
In fact, fall is the best time to go shopping for a new snow blower because you'll want to have it in your garage and ready to go before you're blasted by a surprise Nor'easter.
When you enter the snow blower aisle of your local home improvement store, the first thing you'll discover is that there are a lot of different snow blowers to choose from.
This type of snow blower is just what its name indicates.
It's an electric-powered snow blower that's shaped like a shovel.Advertisement
A single-stage electric snow blower is designed for convenience and easy storage.
A single-stage gas snow blower is heavier than the electric model but it is slightly more powerful.
Some models feature an electric starter for more reliable start-up, but in general, this type of snow blower can cost and average of $200 more than an electric model.
A two-stage gas powered snow blower is a powerful snow removing tool that typically costs $600 and up.
In most cases, a snow blower is used a few times throughout a season, so a one-year warranty doesn't give you much back-up protection.Advertisement
When operating a snow blower or an electric snow shovel wear eye protection.
Do not use your hands or feet to remove a blockage in a snow blower.
Turn the snow blower off, wait a few seconds and remove the blockage using a stick or other solid object.
Never let a child operate a snow blower.
Always be aware of the location of the electric cord if you are using an electric powered snow blower or snow shovel.Advertisement
If the snow blower needs to be cleared of snow or ice, do not attempt to do so unless the machine is completely shut down.
Shovel snow in the winter rather than using a snow blower.
Inconvenience - Regular tune-ups can help avoid long repair times on certain items which can be inconvenient to go without during the repair period, such as a microwave or a snow blower.