If you live in a climate that receives regular snow, getting a snowblower is a no-brainer.
But if you want to make the most of your machine and your experience, you should supplement your snow blower with the right accessories.
The products below will help you take your experience to the next level of comfort, protection, and power.
A snow cab is the perfect way to shield yourself from winter wind. With a plastic liner shield that engulfs you, a snow cab keeps blowing snow from slapping you in the face. If you want to stay protected from the elements while taking care of snow removal, this is the right accessory for you.
When you store a snow blower for the offseason, itís important to cover it and protect it from dirt and dust to extend the snowblower's longevity.
Sometimes snow is deep and condensed. Tire chains make it easy to keep plowing away, no matter your conditions. With chains on your wheels, you get the traction you need to keep the wheels cycling in a blizzard.
Donít let slush and water flood your garage or shed. Get a floor mat so you can contain the mess. These mats will protect your garage from dirt, leaking water, and ice.
Even when you wear gloves, your hands can freeze in arctic temperatures. Thatís why hand warmers will help keep the cold weather more comfortable. Our customers often tell us that hand warmers make a drastic, positive difference in their snow blowing experience.
If you have an electric or electric-start snow thrower, having an extension cord is essential. Not to mention, most two-stage and three-stage snowblowers often do not come with a cord included, so it may be a great insurance policy to have your own cord.
Clear a path for yourself with ease. When you donít want to (or canít) use your snow thrower in a certain area, a snow pusher will help tackle the job. It helps you bulldoze through snow easier than a standard snow shovel. Life is better when itís easier.
Spreading salt manually is a pain whether your a homeowner or a professional service. A salt spreader will help you evenly distribute salt where it's needed most. The last thing you want is an injury. A salt spreader is a convenient way to keep pathways clean and safe.