Renting Heavy Construction Equipment

Tips To Get The Most Out Of Your Air Compressor

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If you have worked in the construction industry for long enough, chances are good that you have had to use pressurized air tools. These tools are made possible due to the work carried out by the air compressor, which takes the air and converts it into energy that can be used in a variety of different ways. For instance, tools like nail guns, painting tools and cleaning devices all use large quantities of highly pressurized air. Read More»

Staying Safe And Completing The Job - Addressing Misconceptions In Overhead Crane Safety

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If you have a construction project that requires the use of an overhead crane, you need to be prepared for operating that crane safely. Unfortunately, over the years, many misconceptions about crane operations have worked their way into the construction lexicon, and you could find yourself unknowingly becoming a victim of serious and dangerous misinformation. Below, you’ll find a guide to some common misconceptions about crane safety and the steps you should take to address them. Read More»

Before You Relocate Your Company Plant, Remember To Update Your Insurance Policies

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If you are relocating your company plant, your business insurance policies are probably the last things on your mind. Yet, if you forget to update your policies–especially health insurance policies that involve your employees–you are putting your business at risk. Here are some reminders about your business and health insurance update needs. Remember to Contact Your Insurance Policy Providers You need to inform all of your company’s involved insurance agencies about the plant relocation. Read More»

Crane Operator Job Overview

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If you are a recent high school graduate, the time has come for you to start thinking about your career. You want to choose a path that will provide you with financial stability, and one that you will enjoy. If you have an affection for the construction industry, you want to put your brains and your brawn to work, you might want to consider a career as a crane operator. Read More»