Did you know that every year about 100 people in the US die from shoveling snow? Not only is it back breaking work, lifting heavy snow is taxing on your heart.
If your driveway is buried in snow because your snow blower stopped working, you owe it to yourself to stop shoveling snow and find out what's wrong.
The expert technicians at Greg’s Small Engine Service and Repair are proud to offer quality and professional snow blower repair services to residents of the Reno, Lake Tahoe, Carson City and Incline Village areas.
We service all types of snow blowers, including single, two and three stage snow blowers.
Average snowfall for the Lake Tahoe and surrounding areas can get pretty high - before the snow starts to pile up, make sure your machine is in top shape for the season!
Get prepared for the long, Northern Nevada winter...at Greg’s Small Engine Service and Repair we offer professional preventative snow blower repair and maintenance to keep your equipment running and in top form.
Don't get caught this year without a working snow blower - call us today!
As always, the unique needs and concerns of our neighbors in the Reno and Lake Tahoe area is what drives the decisions we make as a business.
That's why, in an effort to make your life easier, Greg’s Small Engine Service and Repair offers quality pick-up and delivery snow blower service.
We know that the last thing you want to do when your snow blower is broken is to have to lug it all the way into town for repairs.
Give us a call and we'll come pick up your snow blower, repair it, and return it to you.
What are the differences between a single or a two-stage snow blower?
A single stage snow blower scoops up snow with an auger and then discharges it through a chute.
A two stage (a/k/a dual stage) snow blower collects snow with an auger, then a high speed impeller throws the snow out of the chute, resulting in snow that is thrown further away from where it was scooped up.
That depends upon where you'll be using it and how much snow you expect to move with it.
Note: For best results, use a snow blower in smaller driveways and sidewalks. While a dual stage gas snow blower will do fine in larger areas, it does take much longer to clear than if using a plow
Use a non-stick polymer coating on the auger, the chute and the deflector to reduce the amount of clogging in your snow blower, which will automatically reduce the number of times your snow blower gets clogged up with ice and/or snow.
When a jam happens - and it does happen - be very careful dislodging it. People have been known to suffer serious injury to their arms and hands, so use a tool such as a small shovel or the end of a broom when clearing out the jam.
Always use caution when running your snow blower. Use safety eye glasses and make sure that children and pets are inside; the snow clouds that rise up when using your snow blower can impair your ability to see clearly.
We’re open 7 days a week for your small engine service and repair needs. At Greg’s Small Engine Service and Repair we’re focused on helping you save time by providing pick up and delivery services.
Give us a call and we’ll pick up your equipment, bring it back here to repair and service it, then bring it back to you!