Protecting Yourself If The Rental Equipment Is Damaged

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Renting construction equipment is often the more frugal choice for projects that need machinery you don’t have. Renting is cheaper than buying in most cases, and it saves you from trying to find storage space for the machinery when you no longer need it. Rental construction equipment faces the risk of damage just like any other piece of equipment, but because you are using it on a contract, you have different options and concerns than if you were using equipment you owned.…

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A Guide To The Various Crane Operators Tests

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Crane operators go through a vigorous and difficult certification process. The process requires the taking of two tests: a hands-on practical test and a written exam. Of course, the test that you take depends on what type of crane you are getting certified for. Nonetheless, you need to pass the written exam before you are able to schedule the practical test. Just like with any standardized test, you need to be methodical and organize when it comes to preparation.…

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Inspecting A Used Excavator Prior To Purchase

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Having access to an excavator can make it easier to clear any work site in preparation for construction. Investing in an excavator represents a significant financial responsibility, so many small construction companies opt to purchase used machines instead of new ones. While a used excavator might be more affordable, it can quickly turn into a money pit if you don’t take the time to thoroughly inspect the machine prior to purchase.…

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