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Where do you store your snowblower?

  • In warm storage (e.g. warm garage).

    Votes: 18 31.6%
  • In cold/sub-zero storage (e.g. shed).

    Votes: 27 47.4%
  • Outside under a tarp or other cover.

    Votes: 6 10.5%
  • Other, please state below.

    Votes: 6 10.5%

  • Total voters
    57
  • Poll closed .
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In warm storage (e.g. warm garage).
In cold/sub-zero storage (e.g. shed).
Outside under a tarp or other cover.
Other, please state below.
 

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There isnt really a choice for what is most likely the most common place..
we have:

In warm storage (e.g. warm garage).
In cold/sub-zero storage (e.g. shed).

But the most common is probably:

In unheated, attached garage.

Its not "warm", because its not heated.
but its also not "sub-zero" because its usually warmer than outside.

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Garage . . . along with a bunch of tools, etc. . . . much to the car's dismay.
 

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Good poll, maybe because the same poll was on my list to initiate!

My wife won't allow me to build a shed, my double garage holds my tools, welding, table saw, wood, metal, Xmas stuff, bicycles, lawn beach chairs, step ladders, and unused personal items because we don't have a basement. So my mowers, leaf blower, and snowblowerssss! sit under a tarp accumulating moisture problems.
 

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Unheated, attached garage.
 

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unheated unattached garage
 

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I store my go to blower in a shed near the house.....I store the blowers I'm advertising and my backup goto blower in the 46 by 24 addition to my shop and the "extra" blowers that have been refurbed but didn't sell last year or so in one of the three 40 ft Conex containers out in the back 50.
 

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Unheated detached Garage in winter mainly so I don't have to blow my way across the lawn to get to the driveway.


EDIT: there is a 220V heater in there but only used when working inside.


Stored in shed in summer (to reduce clutter in garage).
 

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mine are stored here in the summer, and there in the winter.
 

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Garage. It's about 10*f above the outside ambient temperature, and sometimes gets above freezing in the winter when the cars pull in.
 

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Winter: detached, unheated 12' X 28' garage/shed with a cover that my dog insists on "marking".

Summer: 10' X 8' storage shed in the back yard with the same stinky cover...
 

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Unheated detached Garage. I pull the car forward and park the snowblowers behind the car with the augers facing the door when expecting snow.This way they are instantly ready for combat.
 
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