Why You Should Rent A Crane By The Week Instead Of The Hour

Posted on: 28 June 2018

If you are thinking about renting a crane, you could be thinking about renting one by the hour. However, you might find that renting by the week is a much better option, if this is something that your crane rental company allows you to do. These are a few reasons why. Make Sure You Have Time to Get Everything Done First of all, the last problem that you want to have is to find out that you don't have time to complete your project within the allotted rental time. [Read More]

Sandblasting – Removing Paint From Bricks

Posted on: 22 March 2018

Painted brick doesn't have to remain to be painted brick. A little bit of know-how, a few supplies and some hard work is all that you need to remove the paint and bring the brick back to its original look. Here, you'll learn how to do just that. Supply List Sandblaster – rented from your local equipment rental service Silica and abrasive Respirator – may be available through the rental service Plastic tarps Paneling nails Wood sheets Prep-Work [Read More]

How To Rent Construction Equipment

Posted on: 17 January 2018

If you are in the construction industry, you know how important it is to operate using the proper equipment. Each piece has a specific purpose, along with safety features implemented into it to ensure that the job is completed without risk of injuries or damage. As you can imagine, construction equipment is very expensive. Most of the construction companies try to have the correct number of machines that they need to finish all their projects. [Read More]

3 Safety Tips To Help Improve Crane Hoisting At Your Job Site

Posted on: 2 December 2017

When it comes to moving large, overweight objects at a job site, things can move a lot quicker, easier and smoother if you are utilizing an overhead hoist. However, when an overhead hoist is not used properly, it can result in injury or, sometimes even, death. With that being said, when a large piece of machinery is being used, safety should always be the top priority. This is particularly true when you are working with an overhead hoist due to the fact that the items on the move are normally heavy and can result in significant damage if they are dropped. [Read More]