- On September 24, 2012
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We’ve been reading weather blogs to try to get a handle on what kind of winter lies just ahead of us. The talk gets pretty technical, but the bottom line seems to be that the Winter of 2013 will not be the pleasant winter that 2012 was. Even a return to average snowfall over bring a lot more of the white stuff to your sidewalks and driveways this coming winter.
The time is right to think about your snow blower. First, if you have one, start it up and make sure you have gas and oil for the winter. If it doesn’t work, you still have time to bring it to Crescent Avenue Gardens and get it ready before the first snow.
Just don’t wait too long. We had over 8 inches of snow in November of 1996, and November is just six weeks away.
If you don’t have a snow blower, or your old one has seen better days, or just doesn’t have the power anymore to do the job, then see Crescent Avenue Gardens to check out the new Toro Snow Blowers. By the way, if you ever tried to buy a snow blower the day after a big snow storm, you know it can be hard to find the model you want, or even any models at all. So, today is a great day to buy a new snow blower. You won’t find a better selection at any other time of the year.