Renting Construction Equipment: Errors To Avoid

As you're working hard to make a name for your small but growing construction company, lack of quality equipment may be an obstacle. The best solution for you could be to rent various machines so that you can bid for and complete more projects; this can bring in enough money to grow even bigger. However, these mistakes could give you both a headache and financial problems. Be certain your company avoids any of these errors so renting equipment can help you reach company goals. [Read More]

Recognizing Electric Transformers In Your Neighborhood And Knowing When They Need Repair

Electricity is so common now that people take it for granted. In fact, you probably walk down the street not even paying attention to the poles, cables, and electrical equipment attached to the tops of these poles. It is just there. If someone asked you if you knew what an electrical transformer was, would you know? Would you be able to tell if something did not seem right with a pole, a transformer or line? [Read More]

Hauling And Storing Equipment On Your Construction Site? How to Prevent Theft

Hauling a trailer behind your work truck is a great way to haul tools, materials and equipment to each construction site. Additionally, it provides a place for storing items on your construction site when they aren't in use. However, you might still be concerned about theft of valuable, expensive tools and equipment. Luckily, following a few tips can help you prevent this. 1. Use an Enclosed Trailer When shopping for a trailer to use for your business, it's a good idea to look for an enclosed trailer. [Read More]

How To Maintain Your Air Compressor

Your air compressor is the workhouse of your toolbox. It powers many of your tools, and now that you have it, you likely can't imagine life without it. The good news is that it doesn't require daily maintenance and it's not hard to take care of. You do have to perform routine maintenance on it, though, to keep it running for years to come. Here are some of the critical maintenance tasks you will need to carry out. [Read More]