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Rental Locations in New Jersey

Rental Locations in New Jersey

Browse our New Jersey heavy equipment rental locations by city. BigRentz offers a wide variety of heavy equipment for rent, including earth moving machines, aerial equipment, lift trucks, compaction equipment, and job site services.

What You Need to Know

The economy in New Jersey is still recovering, which includes the construction industry. It’s expected that the industry will improve in 2017, though the speed will be more like a reliable family vehicle than a racecar. For this reason, construction is a good trade for anyone who is looking for employment in New Jersey. Here are some facts you need to know about building in this state.

Contractor Licenses

To get a contractor license in New Jersey, you need to fill out a Home Improvement Contractor Application and send it into the State of New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs Regulated Business. With the application, you’ll want to include the following:

  • Proof of insurance. Include a copy of Certificate of Insurance that shows the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance as the party of interest.
  • A check for the registration fee. It costs more for a business than for an individual seeking a contractor license.
  • If you own a business, provide a copy of your business incorporation papers.

You’ll need to renew your license every two years. There are exceptions to the rules. If you are only dealing with cash installment payments that will last no longer than 90 days or you accept credit card payments, you do not need a contractor license.

Types of Soil

The soil in New Jersey varies from one area to another. In southeastern New Jersey, the soil is mostly made up of silt, clay, and sand. In northern New Jersey, you’ll find brown, gravelly loam.

The state soil is Downer soil, which is most commonly found in woodlands. This soil helps the state achieve its “Garden State” status because of how well certain flora grow in it. Its composition makes it prone to erosion and drought. It can have a loose sandy surface, so it’s not suitable for recreation facilities. Due to the high water table, it’s also not ideal for houses with basements or on-site sewage treatment and dispersal fields.

If you’re planning to build in New Jersey, make sure you do a pre-job brief by surveying the land where the job will take place. This survey includes analyzing the type of soil you’re dealing with and finding out how it will affect your construction project. For example, if you’re going to rent aerial equipment, such as scissor lifts, forklifts, manlifts, or boom lifts, you might need a specific type of machine for the job.

State of the Construction Industry

According to the Annual Construction Forecast, construction projects for 2017 and 2018 will total about $37 billion in New Jersey. This amount is a $2.4-billion decline from 2016. Still, there’s a chance that the reported number is lower than the actual number because three agencies did not provide estimates for 2018.  New Jersey is an attractive place for e-commerce companies because of the port.

If you’re considering getting your contractor license in New Jersey, follow the straight-forward process and join New Jersey’s active construction industry.

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