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If you need help choosing your equipment or learning how to best use it, these informational how-to articles will be a great resource. From how to choose the right boom lift height, to the difference between types of manlifts, and even what you’re allowed to put in a dumpster, read on for valuable information that will prepare you for your next project.
How To Get Forklift Certified + Common FAQs

Learn what standard forklift training programs include, find out who certifies training, and know who should get forklift training.

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How to Build an Epic Ninja-Style Obstacle Course in Your Backyard

Whether you’re a parent with active kids who need a challenge, a fitness enthusiast who loves watching “American Ninja Warrior,” or someone training for a career in the armed forces – building an epic obstacle course in your backyard is a great project that can take your workouts to an exciting new level and make your house the envy of the block.

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How to Create a Safe and Inspiring Homeschool Environment

Modifying your home to create a peaceful and inspiring environment can pay huge dividends in terms of productivity and learning. This is especially true if your child has special needs or requires a lot of encouragement to learn. Here are some tips to create a homeschooling environment where you and your child will thrive.

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How To Make The Best Mulch For A Vegetable Garden

Making mulch for your vegetable garden is one of the best things you can do for the health of your plants. Homemade mulch works better than store-bought mulch. It costs nothing and is a sustainable choice. It takes a little hard work, but a self-sufficient food producer like you isn’t the type to shy away from that.

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Emergency Preparedness – How to Choose a Portable Generator for Your Household Appliances

You never know when a big storm will hit and leave you and your family without power. Emergencies happen, and extreme weather patterns are leaving American homes without electric more often. When there is no electricity, your refrigerator, cooking appliances, electronics, and even medical devices won’t be accessible.

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How to Use an Aerial Lift to Make Your Next Client Video Remarkable

A professional videographer goes above and beyond to ensure that their client’s video is excellent. In fact, many videographers are known for renting aerial lift equipment. They do this so that they have a wide array of choices on how to take video of certain scenes.

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How to Prepare a House for Sale

The idea of preparing your house might feel overwhelming, but it can make a big difference. By taking care of certain tasks before your showings start, you can increase the chances of getting offers and more value out of your house.

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How to Choose a Forklift and Available Attachments

Whether you use forklifts in a warehouse setting or on a construction site, they are some of the most versatile machines you’ll find anywhere. From industrial to agricultural jobs, forklifts can do it all. Forklifts come in gas- and battery-powered versions and they can tackle both smooth surfaces and rough terrain. When you add the right attachments, forklifts can perform countless jobs — everything from moving materials to supporting your crew. Find out how to choose a forklift that fits your needs, which attachments are available, and how to rent one for your next job.

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How to Stay Safe While Operating a Manlift

To stay safe when you operate a manlift, you need to follow the rules. Safety measures are not suggestions. Without workers following these rules, your job site becomes dangerous. Manlifts operated incorrectly put your workers in danger of crushing injuries and falls. Plus, you could do expensive damage to on-site property and the lift itself. This article will explain the specific safety practices you need to follow, plus the training you and your employees should have to use this equipment.

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How to Keep Construction Dust Under Control

Have you ever found yourself coughing incessantly while working on construction projects? You could be breathing in dangerous amounts of construction dust, and even when you leave the site, you could bring home that dust and unintentionally have your family members breathe in these toxic chemicals. To combat all the dust that surfaces at the job site, consider renting specific equipment, such as a water truck, to help decrease the amount of construction dust you’re bound to cause due to cutting, drilling, and sandblasting.

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How to Build a Greenhouse

More and more people across the United States are growing fresh food in backyard gardens. The Slow Food movement promotes local, organic foods over fast food produced with pesticides on factory farms. Many people who don’t have backyards or live in apartments can grow food with their neighbors in a community garden. Gardening is a great way to become self-sufficient or turn a profit. It also gives you an opportunity to enjoy working in the outdoors. A serious gardener can grow delicious fruits and vegetables at home by building a greenhouse.

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How to Choose the Right Telescopic Boom Lift Height

The right height of telescopic boom lift is essential for the safety and efficiency of your workers. The following are some factors you should consider to choose the best boom lift for your company.

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