Our January/February issue featured an article talking about how electric snowblowers are becoming better and more reliable for Minnesota winters. But what if you don’t have a large area to clear? This is where the electric shovel shines.
The constant bending and lifting can take a toll on your body, and some people with bad backs simply are unable to do the shoveling routine. Electric power shovels are great for moving snow from sidewalks and even short driveways, without the expense of a full-fledged snow blower.
Electric shovels are also easier to store during the off-season. They fit nicely hanging on the wall in your garage or basement.
We found a guide to the best electric snow shovels for the 2020-21 winter season. You can read more about them here.
With several brands and types to choose from, adding this electric tool is another way electricity makes your life easier.