3 Questions You Need To Ask When Renting Heavy Construction Equipment

8 December 2021
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The equipment needed to complete most major construction projects is expensive to purchase. Smaller construction companies or companies that are just starting out may not have the financial resources needed to invest in the purchase of their own equipment. Fortunately, rental companies can provide temporary access to the equipment these companies need to grow and survive in today's market. Here are some important questions that you need to ask a rental company before signing any contracts to ensure you are getting the equipment you need. Read More 

4 Benefits Of Regular Crane Inspection And Timely Repair Services

31 August 2021
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It is hard not to find a crane at a worksite, which is not surprising, considering the important role that equipment plays in the construction sector. Thanks to this machinery, lifting and transportation of bulky building materials are way much easier. That's why they need proper care to ensure they are always in excellent working condition. That said, it's advisable to have your crane(s) inspected and repaired by a crane repair expert. Read More 

Use a Flatbed Service to Assist on Your Construction Site

20 May 2021
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Do you need to transport heavy equipment or materials from one end of a construction site to another? If so, you will need the right vehicle for the job, and many construction company owners will tell you that a flatbed truck is likely the best option. But there are a number of reasons why you might want to rent a flatbed or work with a flatbed services company instead of just buying your own. Read More 

A Comprehensive Guide For Buying New Forklifts

19 February 2021
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Whether you are starting a new construction plant or expanding your warehouse, you will need the necessary equipment to handle products efficiently. If you are in the market to purchase a new forklift, you might not know where to begin. It is normal for first-timers to get confused with the many options in the market. This guide details some of the things you might want to consider when buying a new forklift. Read More