Safety First – moving large amounts of snow requires the thought and care of being safe. Second – choose between the one step single-stage and the two step two-stage snow blowers. Third – note that horse power is deceiving and is dependent on manufacturer.
Safety First – the mower's power and blades require caution and tough gloves when handling. Second – decide between the Manual Reel and the Powered Push Mower. Third – for a push mower, determine whether you want an electric or a gas mower.
Safety First – make sure to be careful with electric cords and be cognizant of where it is lying. Second – while the standard leaf blower is handled, wheeled blowers are a great option for larger yards and provide added stability. Third – the vacuum system option sucks up the leaves and, then, mulches the leaves for composting.
Safety First – chain saws are one of the most dangerous power tools out there, so maintain top safety precautions. Second – electric saws are great for smaller trees and limbs. Third – gas powered saws are recommended for much larger trees.
Safety First – for string trimmers wear long pants for leg protection and for hedge trimmers note where the blade is at all times. Second – string trimmers are for edging your lawn to ensure the perfect edge. Third – hedge trimmers are for maintaining shrubs and bushes so for the optimial manicured edge.