Advanced Technologies are altering the way construction equipment operates and is profoundly impacting equipment rental industry practices. Construction rental companies are equipping their machines with Internet of Things (IOT), machine learning technology and computerized devices in order to increase productivity while increasing safety on job sites. Remote management technologies have led to the demand for specialized construction equipment, enabling rental companies to offer customers a wider selection of machinery that will assist them with completing their projects more safely and efficiently while saving on maintenance costs. This win-win solution ensures greater safety on job sites while saving on maintenance expenses. These trends are revolutionizing theRead More →


Spring yard maintenance can be a daunting task if you’re not prepared for it. The best way to tackle your project is with the right tools. Whether you’re a homeowner or a professional landscaper, it’s crucial to have the proper equipment for every job. There are plenty of construction and power tool rentals that can help you tackle spring yard maintenance. Lawn Care & Aeration It’s important to keep your lawn looking good throughout the year, but it’s especially important in spring when you need to ensure that the grass has enough moisture and nutrients to grow strong. Aerating your turf, a process that createsRead More →


If you’re in the construction business, you should know that the equipment rental industry is growing rapidly. While it’s no secret that there are many positive aspects to renting construction equipment, there are also a lot of myths and misconceptions about the process. Let’s talk about the most common myths of renting construction equipment and show you why it’s not as bad as you may think. One of the biggest myths about renting is that it’s not an efficient use of resources. The truth is that equipment rental is an effective and affordable way to obtain the latest technology. It’s an especially helpful way toRead More →


Whether you are in the construction or landscape industry, you may want to consider renting construction equipment. Purchasing construction equipment can be costly. Renting allows you to try before you buy! You can also avoid storage costs, and you can keep your business running during the winter. There are many different types of equipment, and your choices will depend on your location and needs. Heavy equipment rental includes things like excavators, track loaders, and more. These tools can be used to clear the work site or dig long, narrow trenches. They can also be used to remove snow. In addition to digging trenches, trenchers areRead More →


Knowing which Trencher to choose is important to ensure your project is a success. Rental Magazine recently published an informative article on criteria to keep in mind when choosing a trencher. Below are some highlights: Safety Proper protective equipment to keep you safe on the job and calling 811 before you dig to determine utility line locations is essential. Versatility Maneuverability is important. What kind of space are you working in? Walk-behind trenchers are more maneuverable in tight spaces than full sized trenchers. Stand-on Skid Steers have various interchangeable attachments. Job Site Knowledge The scope of your project will help determine the need for aRead More →


Disinfecting the workplace and our home has never been more critical than today. There is a difference between cleaning and disinfecting. Cleaning is when visible dirt, dust, and debris are removed from a surface or object. More important today is eliminating germs and bacteria through the process of sanitation and disinfection. In general, a solution that contains 70% alcohol or bleach is adequate to provide enough sanitation, and right now, it is imperative to establish a sanitation routine. In conjunction with social distancing protocols, regular disinfection of shared objects such as door handles, counters, shared equipment, and spaces or elevator buttons are necessary disinfecting protocols.Read More →


Social distancing giving you the blues? Almost overnight, we have become a world of temporary social introverts. How can we make the best use of time during this temporary and important moment in history? Read on for a few ideas: Get Creative – Build, fix or improve something at home. Use this time to lose yourself in that DIY project that you just have not been able to get to. Whether it’s food, art, music, or construction, everyone has their expression of creativity. This helps pass the time and keeps our minds off the chaos. Have some boxes lying around the house? Let the kidsRead More →


Whether you are remodeling for a change of lifestyle, due to deterioration or finally have the time to turn the unfinished basement into the party room of your dreams, there are a few smart tactics to master your home renovation budget to finish on time with money in the bank. Stick to Your Budget Before you begin to work on your home, identify the dollar amount you are willing to allocate before you start to make design choices. This will help you shop for fixtures and materials before the start of the job, as well as give you a sense of what will work forRead More →


Do you have a job that requires the use of an air compressor and are not sure which is the right one for you? The choices can be overwhelming. Here is a checklist to consider in making the right choice for the job at hand: Air Compressor Application Determine the job application which will dictate the type of compressor needed. Will the compressor be used to power pneumatic machinery or inflate a bicycle tire? Consider this: Portable air compressors are best suited for one-person operating air tools such as inflating an inner tube or applying paint via an air gun. Stationary, single-stage air compressors areRead More →


Each year in the United States, more than 500,000 people are treated in emergency rooms and hospitals for ladder-related injuries*. Most of these incidents involve a ladder being used incorrectly or inappropriately. Workers have suffered dislocations, head injuries, and broken bones as a result. People working in construction, retail, and building maintenance are most commonly injured, but anyone using a ladder is at risk. Ignoring ladder safety not only leads to injuries, but it can also cost businesses millions of dollars every year. If a ladder must be used, be sure to avoid electrical hazards and look for overhead power lines before handling the ladder.Read More →