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Think About Your Snow Blowers Before it's Too Late

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The cool weather is here, which means snow is probably on its way.

If you haven't thought about shoveling your sidewalks and driveways, you may want to start thinking about buying or doing a maintenance check on your snow blowers.

Workers at Kabelin Ace Hardware say there are various options out there ranging from $100 to $1,000.

They say now is the time to get one before they run out.

Kabelin Ace Hardware manager Gene Carpenter says, "Last year that was the situation. Just about everybody ran out of snow throwers and the manufacturers stop making snow blowers and start making mowers in January, so what stock they have is all the stock there's going to be."

If you are looking for a snow blower, workers say come in having an idea of how much you want to spend and how much area you would need to clear snow from.

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