Hiring Heavy Construction Equipment

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Hiring Heavy Construction Equipment

Hiring heavy construction equipment is something that I have recently learnt a lot about. I do not work in the construction industry, but last year, I decided that I would complete a dream of mine. I had always wanted to construct a monument to a friend of mine who passed away a few years ago. The monument would be around 50 feet high and would be in the shape of a large owl, which was my friends favourite animal. However, in order to construct this, I realised I would need cranes and earth moving equipment. My friend Barry who works in construction helped me to locate the equipment I needed and ensured that I understood how to get a good price and how to find trained people who could help me to achieve my objective. I hope you like my blog and that it helps you.


Top Tips When Buying Trailer Parts

18 August 2021
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Over time, your dolly, 3-axle trailer, or gooseneck trailer will need replacement parts once the current components wear out. Most people are often in a dilemma over whether to buy new or used trailer parts. Well, this should not be your situation. Read the excerpt below for a comparative analysis of how and when to buy new or used trailer parts.  Buying New Trailer Parts It should always be your go-to option when repairing your trailer. Read More …

How to Create a Reliable Inspection Schedule for Height Safety Equipment

23 June 2021
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Height safety equipment act as the first line of defence against fatal falls. When working at height, employees rely on the equipment to arrest falls and prevent severe injuries and death. Therefore, the equipment should be in excellent condition at all times to avoid failure mid-operation. Regular inspection of height safety equipment can reveal faults that might jeopardise the safety of employees working at height. Below are three steps for creating a reliable inspection schedule for the equipment. Read More …

A Guide On Rigging Services

12 January 2021
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Crane riggers are professionals that work alongside crane operators to ensure onsite safety. When hiring a crane, you should ask the company to provide experienced and qualified crane riggers. Below is a comprehensive guide on crane riggers.  Types Of Crane Riggers Crane riggers can be categorised according to their licences. A basic rigging (RB) licence allows the individual to perform rigging works such as directing the crane operator and inspecting the crane's lifting gear. Read More …

A Novice’s Guide to Renting the Right Forklift Truck

29 October 2019
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Forklifts are indispensable when it comes to moving and lifting materials on a construction site. However, construction needs vary across construction projects. This means that, if you are hiring a forklift truck, you'll need to choose one that best suits the needs of your project. If you are new to forklift rentals, getting the right one for your project can be a challenge because you may not know exactly what to look for. Read More …

The Benefits Aluminum Tipper Bodies Hold Over Other Materials

23 September 2019
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Tipper bodies are an essential item for many construction teams as their unique ability to dump their load out the back makes them especially qualified at transporting raw material. When looking for your own truck tipper bodies, there are a few things you need to think about: the size, age of the body and, perhaps most importantly, the material the body is made of. While there are a few different types of truck tipper bodies, there is one that remains better at handling rough loads, for longer and in worse conditions: aluminium. Read More …