New machines to beat the blizzards Thursday 22 September 2011 PDF Print Snow blowers designed to clear snow from domestic and industrial premises have been selling quickly since the weathermen predicted a severe winter with a large number of enquiries in the past two months. Since putting them on line, Mowdirect has reported huge interest in a wide range of snow clearance machines, particularly for the small domestic machine which costs just £159. “We were asked about them last winter when everyone was getting snowed in and so this year ordered a complete range from household models to others designed for industrial premises and local authorities like schools, surgeries and the like,” said Mowdirect founder Rob Fagg. “People started asking about them in the height of summer, but since the forecasters predicted another bitter winter we have had many more enquiries and more orders arrive each day. “These are common in Scandinavian countries but until recently we in this country hadn’t cottoned on to them.” The smallest Stiga modal is electrically-powered and is ideal for clearing away hard surfaces like paths and drives around the house. The next machine up is petrol powered and can deal with snow falls up to 28 cm deep. Top of the range machines can deal with heavily compacted snow and ice, are self-propelled and can throw the snow to a distance of 15 metres. They also have headlamps and one has heated handles for bitterly cold nights and evenings. They can also deal with really heavy falls of snow – up to 50 cm. For further information please contact Rob Fagg on 08454 588905 or email@example.com. This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Mowdirect in the following categories: Leisure & Hobbies, Home & Garden, Motoring, Farming & Animals, Public Sector, Third Sector & Legal, Manufacturing, Engineering & Energy, Transport & Logistics, for more information visit https://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.