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Sometimes renting and using equipment requires specialized knowledge. Here is your resource for choosing the right type of equipment, comparing sizes, and learning how to use various pieces.
What Is a Skid Steer?

A skid steer is one of the most popular digging machines. We explain what makes it a small, versatile piece of construction equipment.

4 Types of Air Compressors: Which is Right for Your Project?

Air compressors are some of the most necessary appliances found at construction sites, as they can be used as a power source for electric tools. There are many different types of air compressors, each with their own unique capabilities and drawbacks.

How to Use a Pallet Jack: A Step-by-Step Guide

Pallet jacks are one of the most essential tools on a work site. Learn how to operate a pallet jack and transport small loads with our easy step-by-step animated guide.

6 Different Excavator Types & Their Uses on the Construction Site

Excavators come in a variety of types and tools. We cover the six excavator types and what each one is best used for.

Dumpster Sizes Comparison Guide: Which Size Do You Need?

Our guide covers the different sizes of dumpsters, what each is used for, and the types you’ll want for your cleanup needs.

Types of Construction Lifts and Boom Lifts

When you’re managing the diverse needs of a construction worksite, you must choose the appropriate machinery for every task. Consider these 10 types of construction and boom lifts for your next project.

10 Common Forklift Types, Classifications and Uses

Forklifts are one of the most powerful vehicles for builders. Our guide covers the different forklift types, the benefits of each equipment, and popular forklift models to help choose the right forklift for your next construction project.

Air Compressor Rental Guide: What Size Powers Which Tools

You need to match the compressor with the project and the environment you will be working in. Read on to figure out what type of air compressor you need to power your tools.

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.

Smooth Roller or Padfoot Roller: Which Is Better?

If you’re in the market to rent a compaction roller for your job site, you might wonder which type is best: a smooth roller or a padfoot roller. The type of machine you select depends on what your project entails, how large the project is, and the type of soil you need to compact. This guide can help you understand what the difference is between the two rollers so you can rent the right roller for your next construction job.

5 Uses for a Trencher

Have you ever thought there must be other ways to use a trencher? Sure, the obvious one is that it creates a trench, but did you know there are other uses for this type of machinery? Use this guide to learn about the five different ways you can use a trencher for your next construction project.

How Versatile Is a Telehandler?

If your next job demands equipment that can move and lift supplies, materials, and people, consider renting a telehandler. This heavy-duty machine can perform a range of jobs in a variety of conditions. With the right attachments and options, a telehandler can tackle almost any need. In fact, it may become your go-to machine for every task on your crew’s list. Find out more about the telehandler versatility, what it can do and why you should rent one.

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