top-ways-to-avoid-snowblowers-hassles Top Ways to Avoid Snowblower Hassles

Staying on top of basic snowblower maintenance can be the key to avoiding frustration when a big snowstorm hits. We asked a member of Toro’s customer care team for a few tips to keep your machine in top working order.  Read more »

know-your-snow-article Know Your Snow When Choosing a Snowblower!

Choosing the best snowblower for your needs is somewhat dependent on the area you need to clear, but it’s also determined by the type of snow you typically remove. Both single-stage and two-stage machines are great for clearing snow from your driveway and sidewalk, but they remove snow differently, and each works best for different types of snowfalls.  Read more »

INT1632_snow Snowblower Tips & Tricks

Don’t fight the wind.  Whenever possible, point the chute downwind so that the wind helps you blow the snow. It is usually best to move up and down the length of a driveway, not perpendicular. In strong crosswinds, start on the upwind side and then work downwind: ...Read more »

Toro-snowblower-safety-tips Toro Snowblower Safety Tips

Read and understand your operator’s manual before operating the snowblower. For gasoline units, add fuel to the tank outdoors before starting the machine.  Do not add gasoline to a running or hot engine and never leave the machine running in an enclosed area.  Read more »

co2400_sn_pwrclr_621_loc_l_66 Preparing Your Snowblower for Winter

Now is a great time to take your machine to a local dealer for any needed maintenance or repairs. Once the snow falls, their shops will be extremely busy, and they will most likely have long delays.  If you’re planning to do your own maintenance, or just want to see what we recommend, please follow these tips, which will help ensure your snowblower is ready for winter.  Read More »