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Snow Joe Roofer Joe 21-ft Twist-N-Lock Telescoping Snow Shovel Roof Rake, Blue (RJ204M)Snow Joe Roofer Joe 21-ft Twist-N-Lock Telescoping Snow Shovel Roof Rake, Blue (RJ204M)
29.99
Item #1917493
Model #RJ204M
  • Dimensions: 21'L x 24.8"W x 6"H
  • Blue; Made of metal/poly
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Snow Joe Telescoping Snow Broom with Ice Scraper (SJBLZD)Snow Joe Telescoping Snow Broom with Ice Scraper (SJBLZD)
12.99
Item #1918092
Model #SJBLZD
  • Dimensions: 7"L x 15"W x 30.9"H
  • Blue; Made of metal/poly
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Snow Joe Shovelution 18-Inch Strain-Reducing Snow Shovel with Spring Assisted Handle (SJ-SHLV01)Snow Joe Shovelution 18-Inch Strain-Reducing Snow Shovel with Spring Assisted Handle (SJ-SHLV01)
20.99
Item #24011386
Model #SJ-SHLV01
  • Comfortable, ergonomic D-ring handle grips
  • Acts as a fulcrum - changes mechanics of shoveling, reduces strain
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True Temper 18"W Snow Shovel with Wood Handle (1640700)
19.99
Item #1452694
Model #027-1640700
  • This classic steel shovel is ideal for clearing snow that has hardened or turned to ice
  • Durable 18" steel blade won't chip or bend
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Snow Joe 2-in-1 Jumbo Snow Broom and Ice Scraper, 5"(SJBLZD-JMB-SJB)Snow Joe 2-in-1 Jumbo Snow Broom and Ice Scraper, 5"(SJBLZD-JMB-SJB)
19.99
Item #24416307
Model #SJBLZD-JMB-SJB
  • This snow broom with ice scraper has patented dual-purpose design to tackle snow and ice
  • Made with a durable, reinforced, non-abrasive foam head, the 19" snow broom safely and effectively sweeps snow off your car without scratching the glass surfaces
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Snow Joe Edge Ice Scraper with Brass Blade (SJEG01)Snow Joe Edge Ice Scraper with Brass Blade (SJEG01)
7.29
Item #1917516
Model #SJEG01
  • Dimensions: 12.6"L x 5.1"W x 0.28"H
  • Weight: 0.11 lbs
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Snow Joe IceDozer PRO Ice/Snow Scraper with Plastic Handle (SJEG-DZ-PRO)Snow Joe IceDozer PRO Ice/Snow Scraper with Plastic Handle (SJEG-DZ-PRO)
17.99
Item #24421898
Model #SJEG-DZ-PRO
  • Heavy-duty ice and snow scraper with ice-decimating Ice Dozer blade powers through the toughest ice build-ups
  • The tough, plastic hinged dozer blade with rugged surface scraper teeth, destroys and softens ice, and the ergonomic power grips provide maximum leverage to scrub away frost
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Snow Joe IceDozer Ice/Snow Scraper with Plastic Handle (SJEG-DZ)Snow Joe IceDozer Ice/Snow Scraper with Plastic Handle (SJEG-DZ)
8.99
Item #24421899
Model #SJEG-DZ
  • Sturdy, shatter-resistant ice and snow scraper for ice-decimating
  • Four blades made of plastic and one from rubber
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Jackson Arctic Blast Snow Pushers/Shoveler, 24", Aluminum (027-1640000)Jackson Arctic Blast Snow Pushers/Shoveler, 24", Aluminum (027-1640000)
31.99
Item #786201
Model #027-1640000
  • Blade length: 11''
  • Blade width: 24''
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Snow Joe Shovelution 20" Snow Shovel with Polypropylene Handle (SJ-SHLV20)Snow Joe Shovelution 20" Snow Shovel with Polypropylene Handle (SJ-SHLV20)
27.99
Item #24425424
Model #SJ-SHLV20
  • Ergonomic design of snow shovel improves posture and reduces the need to bend
  • Wide 20"W shovel blade with aluminum wear strip effectively clean snow off
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Keep your driveway and sidewalk clear this winter by getting a snow shovel to remove fallen snow before it becomes a hazard. Businesses do this for safety reasons and to keep up patronage. Clearing snowdrifts ensures visitors and customers have easy access to front doors and business operations can continue. When buying this essential winter gear, consider durability, design, size, and weight. Browse the extensive selection of facility maintenance gear at Staples to find the right shovels for snow removal.

Choose the right snow shovel for your needs
There are three basic types of this tool. Traditional shovels are ideal for lifting snow, while push-types move snow aside. A combination shovel can both lift and push snow. Push shovels are ideal for moving large amounts of snow out of the way. They usually have large curved blades that act like plows to clear large paths. A traditional shovel has an almost flat, rectangular blade and is suitable for scooping and tossing snow.

A combination model combines the best features of traditional and push types. It has a curved blade that’s larger than the scoop on a traditional shovel but smaller than the one on a push unit. Therefore, it can push snow when needed and isn’t too heavy to scoop too. While a combination shovel is an all-round tool for removing snow, a traditional or push model may be more suitable depending on the type and amount of snow on the ground.

Consider blade and handle materials when picking a snow shovel
This tool may use a blade made of metal, plastic, or a combination of both materials. Plastic blades are lighter and easier to maneuver. Metal ones are stronger, more durable, and cut through deep and solid ice better. For a lightweight tool capable of chipping through hard snow, consider getting one with a plastic blade with metal edges. Plastic and metal are also common materials for shovel handles. Other commonly used materials are wood and fiberglass. Fiberglass is the most durable option but is quite heavy. Wood doesn’t rust like metal, but it needs annual maintenance to prevent it from cracking.

Do shovel blade and handle designs matter greatly to snow removal?
Choose a unit with a flat blade to lift and cut through deep and heavy snowfalls. A blade shaped like a rounded scoop does a better job of pushing and lifting snow. Shovel handles can be straight, bent, or curved. Bent and curved ones are ergonomic, while straight ones require users to bend lower. A curved handle is the most comfortable option. It offers the stability of a straight handle and allows more flexibility with regards to hand positioning so users can keep their backs straighter.  

Should you consider blade width when shopping for a snow shovel?
Blade width determines the amount of snow the tool can scrap, lift, and push. Models designed for lifting snow generally have smaller blades than those meant for pushing them. A typical push-type unit has a 24-inch blade, while traditional and combination ones have blades measuring 12 to 18 inches wide.

What are the benefits of dual-handle snow shovels?
Dual handles allow users to wield the tool with two hands. Using a shovel in this way provides better leverage and more pushing or lifting power.