How long should a snowblower last?

Asked by: Adama Chuvashev

asked in category: General Last Updated: 10th March, 2020

How long should a snowblower last?

Average lifespan of an average snowblower, with average care.. probably 15 to 25 years.. Original quality and level of care are the two most important factors.. the same model can last 10 or 50 years, depending on how its cared for..

Hereof, how long do Craftsman snow blowers last?

If you invest in a machine from the lower price range of things (from manufacturers like Craftsman) you’ll be able to expect anywhere from 10 to 15 years of use from the machine.

Similarly, how many inches of snow before you use a snowblower? two inches

Also to know, what is the best time of year to buy a snowblower?

September and August are said to be the best months by Consumer Reports to purchase a snow blower (if price is your main criteria). While they advised on exceptions to this, the most can be saved on snow blowers in early fall/late summer.

Is it worth buying a snowblower?

A snow service would have run me about $500 a season or $6,000 over the same 12 years. So if it takes you 20 hours to deal with snow each winter with a shovel, or 10 hours with a snow blower, how much are those extra 10 hours worth to you? It would cost my neighbor about $57 more per season to use a snow blower.

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