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Equipment

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 Type of Loader Do I Actually Need?

People often mix up the available types of loaders, not knowing which one to use for each particular task. Learn more about each type of loader and how you can use it for your construction project.

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Choosing a Skid Steer Loader

Whether you’re working on a construction site, park, farm, or another type of job site, a skid steer may be just the piece of equipment you need. This versatile machine features easy maneuverability, compact design, and easy operation.

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What are the Best Skid Steer Loader Attachments?

The best attachments that make it easier to handle many tasks on a construction site with a skid steer loader.

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How Boom Lifts Are Used Today

Learn about the history of boom lifts, the different types, and how to decide which type is best for you and your company.

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What Size Telehandler Do I Need?

Telehandlers are versatile lifts that are used in agriculture and on construction sites. Find out what size telehandler is right for your job.

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Figuring Out What Type of Scissor Lift You Need

Are you in the market for a scissor lift? Renting one of these devices is crucial to many construction builds. Deciding which type of scissor lift to use isn’t easy, though. You need to think about issues like height and lift weight. Many scissor lift components play a part in meeting these criteria. If you choose poorly, your scissor lift might not satisfy your project needs. Here’s a guide to figuring out what type of scissor lift you need.

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Articulating vs. Telescoping Boom Lifts: What’s the Difference?

When looking to rent a boom lift for your work site, you may be wondering which type works better: an articulating boom lift or a telescoping boom lift. The machine you choose depends on what you’ll need it for and what type of environment you’ll use it in. This guide explains the differences between the two boom lifts so you can decide which one to rent for your next construction job.

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Choosing The Right Construction Equipment For Every Job (Infographic)

Choosing the right construction equipment is essential when you have a big job to tackle. If you’re working on a one-time project and need a little extra power, or want to add another team member to help you catch up on your timeline, an equipment rental can give you temporary access to the vehicles you need without the expense of a permanent investment.

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Underground Cable Installation Tools

You won’t be surprised to hear that wires, cable, and pipes are all a part of underground cable tools, but there are a lot of other tools that make underground cabling possible. Most of these tools require certification to operate and should never be used by individuals that are not licensed to use these type of below ground machinery and tools.

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The Best Ways to Transport Equipment

Transporting heavy equipment over short or long distances can be challenging. It takes the right tools, preparation, and experience. The sheer weight and unwieldiness of some types of heavy machinery can give many companies pause when it comes time to transport them great distances. There are many factors that must be considered when it comes time to safely ship heavyweight machines.

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Why You Should Dig a Trench Using a Rototiller

If you’re looking to expand or landscape your garden you should consider investing in a new gardening tool. The rototiller is a powered piece of gardening equipment. You may have seen neighbors or commercial operations using one already. It looks a bit like a combination between a plow and a small lawn mower. The device is easy to operate and is great for things like tilling soil and digging a trench.

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Do I Need to Rent a Boom Lift or a Scissor Lift?

When you need to rent an aerial work platform, knowing your different options will help ensure you choose the correct heavy equipment to get your job done.

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