This winter, don't let snow stand in your way. Get the best snow blower so you can clear ground quickly, efficiently, and powerfully. We carry equipment to fit all sizes of yards, from affordable electric snow blowers to heavy-duty machines that clear large areas and deep snow. Find what you're looking for in our snow blower buying guide.

Shopping For a New Snow Blower

Clearing snow from your property doesn’t have to be a back-breaking effort. When you shop our selection of snow blowers to find the best one for your yard, you’ll make winter maintenance as easy as it gets.

Get looking today to find the snow blower that best suits your property, climate, and budget.

Types of Snow Blowers

  • Black and blue electric snow blower

    Electric Corded or Cordless Snow Blowers

    All electric snow blowers are single stage models, which makes them ideal for smaller areas that require an easily portable blower, such as decks or steps. They're usually more affordable, lighter, and more compact than gas-powered models, require less maintenance, and their lack of reliance on gas and oil make them an eco-friendly option. When considering an electric snow blower, remember that they're better at handling dry snow. Because they can't handle wet snow as well, think about a more powerful machine if that's the kind of snow you usually get in your geographic area.
  • Black single stage gas snow blower

    Single Stage Gasoline Snow Blowers

    Lighter and easier to operate than other gas models, the machine's auger (snow "chewing" blade) spins at high speed to chip ice and snow, collect it, and direct it out of a discharge chute. The operator must guide the machine, although some self-propulsion results when the auger (the paddle mechanism visible from the front) contacts the clearing surface and pulls the machine forward. They're best used on pavement or other smooth surfaces where the snow blower won't pick up rocks or gravel, and some models feature multi-directional clearing chutes that can be aimed from the operating position. Single stage snow blowers have cleaning widths that vary from 30 to 56 cm, and they're best intended for residential use after light to moderate snow, usually between 7 to 13 cm.
  • Red and black two stage gas snow blower

    Two Stage Gasoline Snow Blowers

    In addition to the snow-churning auger, these machines feature a high-speed impeller that collects snow and pushes it from the discharge chute at increased speed. They can handle deeper snow and wider clearing berths, from 50 to 90 cm, depending on the model, and can handle snowfall in excess of 20 cm. With an adjustable height, multiple speeds, and reversible transmission on most models, as well as engine-driven wheels or tank-style tracks, two stage snow blowers can be used on almost any surface. Most models have 4-cycle winterized engines for extreme temperatures and freeze-resistant starting mechanisms and cooling systems. Options that vary by model and manufacturer can include heated handgrips, hydrostatic variable-speed transmissions, electric start mechanisms, headlamps, drift cutters, and vinyl cabs.
  • Yellow and black three stage snow blower

    Three Stage Gasoline Snow Blowers

    Two stage snow blowers feature all the properties and functions of two stage models, plus more, like an accelerator that moves 10x faster than augers, which can clear more heavy, wet snow, and in less time. Typically, they're suitable for driveways longer than 15 m, and come with power steering and remote joystick chute for superior control. They also include advanced control, manoeuvrability, strength, and engine power for the toughest jobs. Additional options that vary by model and manufacturer can include heated handgrips, hydrostatic variable-speed transmissions, electric start mechanisms, headlamps, drift cutters, quiet engines, and vinyl cabs.

Protect Your Purchase

Don't get caught unprepared. Get coverage for your snow blower or other outdoor power equipment with an extended protection plan. We'll cover parts and labour on qualified repairs for two or four years after the manufacturer's warranty expires.

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