If you manage projects for a concrete, masonry, or demolition company, we understand you have your hands full. Whatever tasks your next job involves, we offer a variety of equipment rentals to suit your project needs. Passing your rental logistics off to us can help take a load off your shoulders.
If your next job requires you to smooth the ground before pouring concrete, you can rent compaction equipment. Or if your upcoming project involves laying brick, we offer forklifts and telehandlers of many sizes for passing materials. For tearing down a building, renting a carry deck crane, excavator, or different piece of earthmoving equipment may be necessary. At BigRentz, we can source and coordinate your rentals for you, enabling you to focus on your other job responsibilities.
Concrete is one of the most commonly used building materials in construction. Contractors large and small need concrete for foundation work as well as for the exterior of large commercial buildings. Concrete contractors are a vital component of the construction industry, providing service for foundations, floors, pavement, and even parking lots.
Masonry contractors provide construction in brick and concrete block laying, stonework, and stone walls. Masonry projects can be quite extensive, especially for retaining walls along highways, as masonry walls for bridges, and for large block commercial buildings. Masonry contractors can build new structures, do masonry repair, and masonry restoration.
Demolition contractors tear down existing buildings and man-made structures that need to be removed from a site for a variety of reasons. Demolition contractors are skilled at selective interior demolition projects as well as the demolition of bridges, roadways, and can include environmental remediation. Demolition contractors are highly skilled in the use of heavy equipment, often in dangerous situations and on uneven terrain.
As the housing market recovers, the need for concrete and masonry contractors is growing. As new home buyers and demographics change, the need and desire for new homes and remodeled homes are increasing. Home builders are seeing a shift to urban living, and the need for large commercial buildings is also rising, including retail space and parking structures.
With the housing market seeing growth in 2018, the need for solid concrete and masonry work appears to be expanding. New housing construction is growing as new generations of home buyers are entering into the market. As tastes for smaller, more efficient, and economical homes are sought out, demolition of unwanted larger homes and properties is increasing, driving up the market for the demolition and wrecking industry.
According to IBISWorld, The Nation’s Largest Provider of Industry Research, as government funding becomes available for highway and bridge construction, the markets for the concrete, masonry, and demolition should show more growth. In addition, construction growth for new retail and commercial space is expected. The demolition industry, meanwhile, is expected to grow at an approximate rate of 3.3 percent up until 2022. This is good news for an industry whose past growth was only 2.1 percent for a 10-year period.
Masonry is a specialty industry, mostly focused on brick and block laying. This unique industry with ties closely linked to the construction industry is seeing growth as the housing market recovers and continues to grow. Over the years until 2023, masonry’s industry valued added (IVA) should contribute to the overall economy with an estimated annual rise of approximately 3.6 percent, according to IBISWorld.
Concrete is one of the essential components of the construction industry, as concrete is used in foundations and in the exterior of large commercial buildings. According to IBISWorld, the industry value added (IVA) of the concrete industry is seeing a nice growth with an estimate of 5.2 percent annually up to 2022.
Each construction or job site has unique needs for equipment usage. Masonry construction materials, especially concrete and masonry supplies, tend to be quite heavy, and stable machinery is very important in transporting these supplies safely to the work site and to the workers.
Many concrete, masonry, and demolition contractors are opting to rent these pieces of equipment for their jobs. Renting eliminates the need for storing and maintaining these specialized pieces of heavy equipment.
The professional and highly trained staff at BigRentz can help you decide on the best piece of heavy equipment to rent for your job. We will show you safety and operating protocols, as well as procedures so that your job is handled safely and with ease. Please browse our website to view the various types of equipment available for your concrete, masonry, and demolition jobs.