Internet #203175750

Model #GW26032

20 in. 12 Amp Corded Electric Snow Blower

  • 12 Amp electric motor
  • 20 ft. discharge for thorough clearing
  • Easy electric start for hassle free operation
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Product Overview

Get thorough clearing power with this unit from Greenworks. It clears snow up to 10 in. D with a 20 in. W path and shoots snow 20 ft. away from your clearing area. The 180-degree directional chute lets you throw snow in any direction. And since it's electric, you don't have to worry about hard starting or messy gas and oils.
  • 12 Amp electric motor
  • 10 in. clearing depth with 20 in. W
  • 20 ft. discharge for thorough clearing
  • 180° directional chute to throw snow in any direction
  • Adjustable handle for user comfort
  • Cord lock conveniently holds extension cord securely in place
  • Minimal assembly needed
  • 7 in. wheels for greater mobility
  • Fold down handle for compact storage and transportation
  • 4-year warranty
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  • California residents

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Assembled Depth (in.)
21.250 in
Assembled Height (in.)
23.25 in
Assembled Width (in.)
22.875 in
Auger Diameter (in.)
Clearing Width (In.)
20 in
Ideal Snow Depth (In.)
Intake Height (in.)
Maximum extension cord length (ft.)
Tire Height (in.)
Tire Width (in.)


Amperage (amps)
Assembly Required
Auger Material
Body Material
Chute Material
Chute Turning Radius (Degrees)
Clearing Surface Type
Engine Make
OEM Branded
Engine Torque (ft.-lb.)
Cord Lock
Maximum Throwing Distance (ft.)
Minimum rated extension cord
16 gauge
Number of Forward Speeds
Number of Reverse Speeds
Pitch Control
Plowing Capacity (lbs/min)
Power Type
Product Weight (lb.)
Snow Equipment Product Type
Corded Electric Snow Blower
Start Type
Wheel Drive

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
2 Years

Questions & Answers


Does this have a rechargeable battery where it could run without an extension chord, or plug in/c...

Asked by KBS November 13, 2016

No, an extension cord MUST be used with this, preferably a 14-gauge one.

Can this be plugged into a standard 120v outlet?

Asked by dixiedog November 19, 2014

Yes, in fact I plugged mine into my garage's wall outlet. You'll want to use a 14 AWG all-temperature extension cord (I have a lot of property so, mine is 100 ft. long).

where can I get replacement parts for this snow blower?

Asked by martymoose September 14, 2014

Call Greenworks directly 1888-snoworks Even on a Sunday

Customer Reviews

  • 3.8
    out of 40 reviews
  • 72% recommend this product
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Great little snow blower
Easy to assemble and worked right out of the box. Have been able to use three times in past two weeks. Just got what measured out to be 1 foot of snow here in MO on 2/5/14. This unit worked through it just fine. Granted, it was very dry powdery snow. Planning to try a heaver cord as my 14-2 is pretty stiff to work with when temp is in single digits or below 0 as it has been here lately. I'm told the heaver cord will let the blower run stronger also. It throws the snow pretty well. However, as with any blower, you have to be mindful if the wind shifts or you'll look like frosty the snowman. This beats shoveling anytime! It's fun to use. Enough so that I don't mind if it snows some more! You will need to keep the area around the directional chute cleaned out. Ice built up and froze overnight while stored in my garage which made it difficult to adjust the direction. Took only a few moments to clean that out though. I would prefer the starter handle was a bar that went all the way across like some other brands have. That way you can keep it running using either hand. Definitely recommend this for anyone wanting a corded snow blower.
by hersheyjgm
12 people found this helpful
Quick setup and easy to run!
After a blizzard hit our region recently and I spent a few hours each day just to clear tire-sized tracks down my driveway, I decided it was time to get a small snow blower. I compared a few machines on this website and decided on this snow blower. It arrived just in time for another snow fall. This machine was easy to setup and was running within minutes of taking it out of the box. It worked with ease in the fresh 3-5 inches that fell and it even cleared the frozen snow that was still sitting at the bottom of the driveway from the blizzard. I was able to clear out the entire driveway in less than an hour, where as before, it would take me a few hours just for a couple tracks. And no back or shoulder pain. Overall, I am very happy with it!
by Marty
27 people found this helpful
Greenworks Corded Electric snowblower (Model GW26032) - It did the job, BUT... This product was o...
Greenworks Corded Electric snowblower (Model GW26032) - It did the job, BUT... This product was okay...I bought it because I wanted an electric snowblower that could handle terrain that is "sloped with obstacles", which my property has. I just don't feel comfortable working with a gas snowblower. I was really hoping that this product would have been the one! We had a total of 10 inches of snow today, and I thought this product would handle it with ease. Not so. I had to go over my driveway 3 TIMES to get the powdery/slushy snow mix off my driveway! We won't discuss my sidewalk and walkway efforts. The chute did work well, however. It didn't clog at all so, I didn't have to use my snow chute clean-out tool at all, which was a plus. The one negative was with the chute turn separated from the main handle pretty often. I did have to re-screw it onto the handle 8 times while working, which became annoying. I think that I could only recommend this product if one had 6 inches or less of snow to remove. Any more than that...well, you'll have to put forth quite a bit of effort with this thing! It just won't do it by itself. I really don't think it's worth what I paid for it...I definitely expected better.
by Nonni
The snow blower was easy to assemble, light and is super easy to use.
The snow blower was easy to assemble, light and is super easy to use.
by Razz
I've owned this unit for two winters. It is incredibly light weight and really clears the snow f...
I've owned this unit for two winters. It is incredibly light weight and really clears the snow far and away. Don't expect it to clear more than 2-3 feet of snow. I needed two replacement parts (hitch pin and bolt) called their customer service on a Sunday. I was on hold for less than 2 minutes gave the customer service rep. the model # and the two part numbers. Because the unit was still under warranty, I will receive the replacement parts for FREE and Greenworks waived the shipping cost. What a wonderful company. Thank you Greenworks.
by EZ70
Was not useful at all. I will start off by stating that we tried using this machine for the gigan...
Was not useful at all. I will start off by stating that we tried using this machine for the gigantic storm that dumped 25 inches of snow, but that being said, this machine proved useless. It was always getting jammed, and hard to push as it did not have much force or power to conquer the snow, even at 10 inches. I would suggest spending a little more to get a quality machine. I will be looking into the new EGO snow blower that was just released. A bit pricier, but looks worth it.
by Glc
Response from Greenworks ToolsOct 31, 2016
Hello GLC

Thank you for reviewing our product, we are sorry to read that the snow thrower has not met your expectations.
Model 26032 has a 10 in. clearing depth with 20 in. width. When operating the Snow Thrower, keep the wheels 1" (2.5 cm) off the pavement by tipping the snow thrower forward. This will help to prevent the snow from building up on the wheels.
We do not recommend using force or overloading the snow thrower. The unit will perform better and safer when it is used at the rate that it was designed to work at.
If your unit is not performing with the suggested condition, please contact us directly at or call our toll free line at 1-888-909-6757 we can look into some troubleshooting suggestions. GreenworksTools
Worked Fine on Only One Use
It arrived promptly. Took about 90 minutes to assemble. I've only had occasion to use it once, on 4-5 inches of snow on my driveway and front walk. On that occasion it worked just fine. I'd rate it higher except am reluctant to do so on only one use.
by atsf2399
3 people found this helpful
I have had this Snow Blower now for a little over 2 years. And after two major snowstorms in the Northeast, I must say, this snow blower really did the job. I took it out of the garage, plugged it in, and used it for several hours. Not once, did it even hiccup. We had close to 3 feet in the Northeast. And this little snow blower worked great! The only complaint I have, is that some of the bolts do vibrate loose. But that is an easy fix. I have used it on pavement, my wooden deck, and the grass. And it did a nice job. After comparing some of the more expensive electric snow blowers on the Home Depot website, one of the major differences that I saw was where it list, “Snow Blower Usage,” and “Type of Snow,” it states “HEAVY.” The others say “medium, to light Fluffy.” I will contest to that, I really push this thing. And it just kept going. And one more thing. I could throw it into the trunk of my car, and head to mom’s house to do her driveway next.
by Pete
3 people found this helpful
you won't regret buying this snowblower
this is far better than the snow blade on my mower. you won't go wrong with snow blower. i love it and it really does push inches of snow. i highly recommend this product. easy to use and put together. price is great too. it really does get down in the driveway to remove snow. my neighbor has a plow on his lawn mower and my snow plow does way better than his.
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
Works as advertised - I woudl recommend it!
I received the Greenworks 20 in. Corded Electric Snow Blower as a Christmas gift along with a 100 foot 12 gauge cold weather extension cord. It was easy to unbox and assembly was trivial. A few days ago was my first chance to try the snow blower. We had about 3" of snow that was very wet. That was followed by mixed rain and sleet, so I had about 3" of slush in my driveway which is made of pavers. I did not expect the snow blower to handle this but thought I would give it a try. Well, it cleared it away pretty well. It did not throw it very far, maybe 6 feet but that was enough to make it well worth using. I was quite surprised it was able to clear this wet slushy mess. We were expecting freezing overnight so I wanted to get it cleared away before it froze. Today we had 8 inches of snow. The temperature has been in the 20s for 2 days so the ground is cold and the snow is fairly light and dry. The snow blower went through 6-9 inches of snow with no problem, throwing it at least 20 feet. As long as I kept an even pace it did not bog down. It even went through about 8 inches of the leavings of the snow plow, 3 hours after they plowed the street. I am very pleased so far with the snow blower and the extension cord, which stayed nice and flexible. Overnight we had the second half of the storm. By noon I had 10 to 16 inches of snow on the driveway and walk way. So time to put this blower to the test. First, it works really well up to about 9 inches of snow. When you get over 10, which is more than it is rated to do, it becomes more work because you have to tip the blower back to get the top portion of the snow then go back and get the lower portion. But remember the blower is only designed for up to 10 inches. For some of these high sections I did a 1/3 width cut through about 14 to 16 inches such that the snow was to the side of the output chute so it did not block it. I literally carved a shelf under the deeper snow. As I pulled back the snow would fall and I would make another pass to blow it away. Or, in some places I used a shovel to knock down the higher sections and used the blower to blow it away. Once you get past 10 inches you have to push the blower into the snow with much more force. You can reduce the effort by doing a smaller width. But through it all the blower worked very well. I was at it for about 90 minutes and the snow blower never missed a beat. A snow storm of this depth is not common so I think this snow blower will be perfect for the typical 4-8 inch drops we normally get. Overall I am very satisfied. But if 10" or above is your norm you might want to consider something larger. You can use this one for morer than 10 inches but it is a considerable amount of effort and it is really not made for it. Overall it worked as advertised and I am very satisfied with my purchase. :D
by EdAfromLI
7 people found this helpful
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