Gas powered two stage heavy duty snow blowers work best for moving as much as
6" - 18" of snow
Gas powered single stage medium duty snow blowers are perfect for removing
2" - 10" of snow
Electric powered light duty snow blowers are ideal for clearing 2" - 4" of snow
Enjoy maximum control while clearing snow with Arien's Auto-Turn Steering technology and experience precise turning for unbelievably smooth operation.
Toro's patented PowerCurve design is backed by 20 - 28% more power than previous models and throws heavy, wet snow farther, clearing down to the pavement.
Our snow blower video series will help you choose the right snow blower, based on the performance and features you need.
Winter weather can be fun and exciting, but it also comes with its fair share of challenges. It is important to have a reliable snow thrower on hand because snow and ice can pose a danger to your family and others if not removed from certain areas surrounding your home such as driveways, pathways and sidewalks. The Home Depot has the widest selection of snow equipment from top brands you know and trust like Ariens, Cub Cadet and Toro.
Other outdoor power equipment and accessories like snow plows, snow attachments and drift cutters can also help you create safe passage to and from your home in inclement weather. The Home Depot also carries products to minimize snow and ice buildup in the first place. Check out our selection of salt spreaders and ice melt and traction control products to protect against harsh winter conditions.
Loss of electrical power is another common concern during the winter season but don't worry, we have you covered. We offer a large selection of generators to power your home in the event of a blackout. Any type of generator you need, you can find at The Home Depot. We have portable, standby and inverter generators. Don't forget to pick up accessories you may need for your generator like adapters, cold weather kits or connectors. Also, you have the option of choosing the best fuel type to fit your needs as our selection of generators run on gasoline, propane, diesel, natural gas and duel fuel.