Category Archives: Construction Equipment Information

Why Rent a Rough-Terrain Scissor Lift?

A rough-terrain scissor life is like a traditional scissor lift, but they're built specifically for outdoor use on uneven surfaces. The main difference is their reinforced tires and four-wheel drive capability. Most rough-terrain scissor lifts are also powered by diesel instead of batteries. In this article, we're going to take a closer look at what…
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Why Rent a Boom Lift?

Boom lifts are used for reaching those hard to access areas that are high in the sky. The boom lift was invented in 1951 by Walter Thornton-Trump and was originally called "the giraffe," before changing to "cherry picker," after getting frequent use on orchards during fruit picking season. Other names include aerial lift, aerial device,…
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Advantages of Using a Telehandler

Telehandlers are one of the most popular machines we offer for equipment rental. Also known as a telescopic handler, the telehandler combines aspects of a forklift and a crane into a compact machine. Consisting of a telescopic boom handle with interchangeable attachment heads, a telehandler offers more reach and power than a forklift with similar…
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Should You Rent or Own Construction Equipment?

When it comes to choosing between equipment rental or buying, like most things, the short answer is - it depends. More and more contractors are choosing to rent the equipment they need at the job site. Some construction companies are finding it advantageous to maintain a partial permanent fleet while renting out equipment for certain…
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