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Lawnmowers go silent as snowblowers prepare to fire up

You will have the next several months off from mowing your yard, but you will be firing up your snowblower soon as winter rears its head. Not taking care of your lawnmower now and making sure it is put away properly could mean problems starting it up in the spring. It coincides as many people dust off their snowblowers for the first time since the end of winter. Like many industries, supply chain issues could mean waiting a long time for parts if there is something wrong with yours or if you are not able to buy a new one if needed. Lemens Hardware owner Jim Lemens advises people to give their lawnmowers and snowblowers a look ahead of the winter season.

Lemens says the biggest trend in snowblowers is larger engines. He attributes the growth in that market to people who want to clean their driveway and sidewalks quickly rather than making multiple trips with a smaller machine or a shovel. 

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