Hiring the Best Heavy Construction Equipment: Everything to Consider

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Hiring the Best Heavy Construction Equipment: Everything to Consider

If you are hiring heavy construction equipment for your business, there are so many things you need to consider, from driver training to safety features, from cost to supplemental insurance, and, of course, there are many other factors to consider. Hi, my name is Dave, and I used to work in the oil fields. During that time, I ran almost every type of heavy machinery you can imagine, and I also saw a lot of mistakes being made. I learned a lot, and now that I am semi-retired, I want to share a lot of that info. Before you hire a heavy machine, take a look at these posts.


Factors To Consider When Choosing Your Equipment Rental Service Provider

Need to hire heavy construction equipment for an upcoming job? Equipment rental makes sense when you need to use equipment that you can't afford to purchase outright. It is also a good option if you don't see yourself using the equipment on a long-term basis. That said, equipment rental companies offer their clients a wide variety of equipment types to choose from. They also have different ways of doing business. Consequently, renting a piece of equipment for your project is not as easy as getting what you need from the first equipment supplier you come across. Read More 

Why The Cents Say It Makes Sense To Hire A Scissor Lift

Scissor lifts can be classified as essential vehicles in many construction and event planning projects, which is why it might sound strange that you are likely better off renting one than outright buying it. When they are needed, scissor lifts perform tasks quickly and with little mess, unlike other options such as scaffolding or simple ladders. Their manoeuvrability makes them a real asset, but still, rental scissor lifts remain the best bargain. Read More 

Indispensable Accessories to Increase the Range of Capabilities of a Mini Excavator

Whether you are looking to create trenches for the installation of utility lines, demolishing concrete slabs to repave your driveway, dig holes to set up fence posts, clear and level part of your property for the construction of a shed and so on, a mini excavator will prove to be ideally suited for the job when compared to its larger counterparts, and this can be credited to several reasons. Firstly, the miniature size of this equipment makes it better suited for residential properties since it can easily access hard to reach areas. Read More