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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

2019

What You Should Know About Versalift Parts

In the heavy construction industry, all kinds of parts, equipment, and materials are regularly needed. A very popular brand across the industry is Versalift, which makes parts and equipment. If you are considering using Versalift parts for your next project, you'll first want to develop a clear understanding of these products, their various purposes, and what they're capable of. That way, you can ensure you're making the right decision for your needs before you buy.

Why Renting A Crane May Be The Better Option For Your Construction Company

As the owner of a construction company, there may be times in which you need access to a crane in order to complete the job you were hired to do. While it might be tempting to go and buy your own crane, you might want to hold off on doing that. Instead, take a few moments to read through the following reasons why taking advantage of crane rental services may be the best idea.

How to Prepare Pole-Mounted Transformers for a Hurricane

Pole-mounted transformers just make more sense than pad-mounted transformers for a number of reasons. They are less likely to be stolen or tampered with, and they don't take up a lot of ground space in areas where that space might be limited. There are some concerns to know and think about when it comes to pole-mounted transformers, though, and you might be concerned about them being damaged if a hurricane is supposed to be affecting your area in the near future.