Check Your Snow Blower this Fall

When it starts snowing this winter, a snowblower can be a very effective tool for clearing the sidewalks and driveways outside of your home or business. But unfortunately, many home and business owners fail to check on their snowblowers in the fall, and as a result, they discover that their equipment needs is in need of service right when they need them most. Finding out that your snowblower isn’t working properly can be crippling in the middle of a snowstorm, so before the colder weather moves in, check your snowblower to make sure it’s working properly.

SnowblowerChances are that you haven’t turned on your snowblower since last winter, so make sure to at least turn it over and make sure that it starts up without an issue. You should also let it run for a few minutes and see if you detect any odd or unusual sounds. If everything checks out, you’re good to go, and can rest assured that once the flakes start flying, you’ll be able to take care of keeping your driveway and sidewalks clear.

However, if it doesn’t start right away or it gives you any indication that it might not be running optimally, you should reach out and have it serviced. At Lawrence Tool Rental, we offer small engine repairs and can work to diagnose and repair your issue before the stormy season arrives in force. Snow will likely be on the ground before you know it, and you don’t want to get stuck with a broken snowblower when you need it the most. Lawrence Tool Rental works with many leading manufacturers, and we have the experience and equipment needed to test and repair your issues.

We also have plenty of great rental products available, as well, to help you with your fall and wintertime projects. Looking to do some indoor renovation work this winter? We’ve got paint sprayers, tile saws, floor sanders, nailers and more to help make your project a breeze. Check out our full range of rental tools and equipment online, or call us at 317-826-2654 today to learn more.

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