Greenworks Leaf Blower Review
Greenworks Leaf Blower FAQ
Note: The response to this inquiry can not be direct. What is seen as a good CFM for clearing your driveway might be seen as too little for a commercial cleaner who wants to clear leaves off an entire street. To get a good model, like the Greenworks leaf blower, you must consider the following:
1. Size. Should the cleaning be done a large expanse of farmland or courtyard? Do you want to get rid of leaves or just a particular corner of your lawn? The largeness or otherwise of the area to be cleared is a pointer to the CFM most appropriate for your leaf blower. One having between 200 to about 400 CFM will serve you optimally in and around your home.
2. Sound level. The larger the machine is, the louder is the noise. A walk-behind wheel leaf blower with 1300 CFM will be a misfit if used in a noiseless environment. Noise from the machine would be too much. But the machine will be a perfect fit for your land in the woods.
3. Speed or comfort. While settling for a leaf blower, you take either comfortability or speed or both into cognizance. Consider going for either speed, comfort or both. A leaf blower that has 540 CFM provides comfort and speed, it is cordless. Leaf blowers with very high CFM are too heavy to move around.
4. Brand name. When checking out leaf blowers from a host of manufacturers, it is not advisable to equate CFM ratings given on various blowers. Each brand makes use of peculiar metrics and values for their calculations. What is advised is that you go for products from reputable brands that guarantee both functionality and durability.