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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.

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Critical Considerations to Ensure You Get a Good Deal When You’re Buying a Used Forklift

One of the major things that several forklift buyers have to decide on is whether to purchase a brand new machine or opt for something used. Generally speaking, it is best to purchase a new machine because there are no performance issues stemming from previous use to worry about. But new forklift machines do come with a hefty price tag that many potential buyers may not be able to afford. These group of buyers usually find used forklifts to be a feasible alternative because they cost substantially less to buy. Read More 

What You Need To Look For When Choosing a Heavy Haul Transport Company

When transporting equipment, the size of that equipment and the mode of conveyance are things you will want to consider. If you need to transport heavy equipment, you will want to think about heavy hauling services. However, there are several heavy hauling companies in the industry, and finding the right one can be challenging. For this reason, you need to choose the right one that will not only meet your transportation needs but also eliminate any transportation difficulties and problems associated. Read More 

The Right Questions to Ask Any Potential Earthmoving Service

An earthmoving service will be needed if you want to plan any type of major excavating or renovation work on your property, as you don't want to try to handle this job on your own. Earthmoving means more than just digging; you need to work around buried power lines and cables and may want to ensure you don't disturb tree roots or the environment in any way. You'll also need to know how to brace up the walls of a pit so it doesn't collapse. Read More 

A Comparison Between House Demolition and Deconstruction

Do you want to bring down your old home in order to build a new one on the same lot? Are you wondering whether you should have the house demolished or deconstructed? Read on and learn how those two processes differ from one another. Use this information to select the most appropriate method for bringing down your home. Demolition This refers to the use of different kinds of equipment (such as wrecking balls or high-reach arms mounted on heavy construction machines like excavators) to tear down a building. Read More 

What to Look for When Renting a Barge

Hiring a barge or some other floating platform can determine whether a project succeeds or fails, so it's important that you get it right. Planning and preparation are vital before you select your supplier. Determining What You Need Rental barges can be used for a variety of water-based projects that include providing a stable, floating platform for construction or repair work, or for heavy plant operations. They may also be used for drilling, dredging or similar activities, for the transportation of plant or materials and as storage or access platforms. Read More