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From Safety to Savings: A Heavy Construction Equipment Blog

If your business works with construction, you deal with a lot of heavy equipment. If you want advice on how to save money on your equipment, you should check out my posts. I plan to write about everything from hiring versus buying, to troubleshooting to reduce repairs, to handling repairs yourself. I also plan to write about other aspects of heavy machinery use such as safety. I ultimately hope that my ideas guide you toward creating a leaner, more productive, more efficient, less expensive, and more profitable business. My ideas are geared toward everyone from newbies to experts in the field of construction.

From Safety to Savings: A Heavy Construction Equipment Blog

2018

Plant Relocations: Four Considerations

Plant relocations are done for many reasons, and if you're about to go through one, stress is a possible companion. However, planning properly could reduce that stress. These plant relocation considerations should be discussed and resolved so moving is easier. Unused Equipment Like many plants, yours could house a lot of machines and equipment that aren't working or used anymore. You may have wanted to repair or donate them or never had time to figure out the best place for them.

Why It's Such A Good Idea To Rent Construction Equipment

Starting a construction company is a smart business move. Construction work is something that is more difficult to outsource because you actually have to be present to perform it. This provides you with a greater sense of job security than you might be able to achieve by working in another industry. When you're planning out your business and trying to decide how you want to approach things, you'll need to figure out whether to rent or buy the equipment.

Keeping Your Construction Company On Track With An Enclosed Trailer

Working in the construction industry requires that you have access to many different tools. Transporting these tools from one job site to the next can be challenging if you don't have the right trailer. By investing in an enclosed trailer, you can easily house your tools while they are not in use and transport all your tools in a single load as you move from job site to job site.