Why is buying used equipment from construction auctions a good investment?

 Why is buying used equipment from construction auctions a good investment?

Shiny, new equipment is great. But it comes with a hefty price tag and no guarantee that it’s going to work as promised. Savvy and prudent construction equipment buyers are consistently looking for good bargains on their favorite brands and needed machinery. Here are our reasons why buying used equipment from construction auctions is a wise investment  for your company.

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Ways To Incorporate Diversity Into Your Construction Work Environment

Ways To Incorporate Diversity Into Your Construction Work Environment

According to The Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs in the construction industry are estimated to increase more than any other occupation in the next decade or so. The abundance of construction work is apparent in most busy places throughout the United States. Companies have continued to struggle to find quality workers that are reliable, educated, and ready for the tasks at hand. Many students are choosing to pursue a degree at a University and less are wanting to learn the trade of construction.

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The Benefit Of Using Fabric On Your Construction Site

The Benefit Of Using Fabric On Your Construction Site

From casinos and traveling concert series to aviation hangars and sports courts, many industries benefit from tension fabric structures to efficiently meet their building needs. Tension fabric structures offer the feasibility of a tent with the durability of a traditional building. There are a number of benefits of tension fabric structures that will help transform your next construction site. In fact, you may never return to traditional buildings for your structure needs.

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Compact Equipment Tips

Compact Equipment Tips

Renting and operating compact equipment gives your team the competitive edge to take on short-term projects and different ways of accessing revenue. Using the most advanced equipment in the construction industry will reduce operating costs and cut wasted time completely out of the picture. There are a number of benefits to renting compact equipment, but it is important to educate, train, and guide workers that will be on your site in order to succeed.

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Benefits of Rubber-Tracked Carriers

Benefits of Rubber-Tracked Carriers

Standard wheeled and steel track carriers have traditionally been the most popular solution for material transport applications, but the construction equipment industry is finding failing productivity and other problems when heavy equipment gets stuck in wet conditions. This can lead to project cost overruns. Mike Crimaldi, Chief Executive Officer of Terramac, says, “Crawler carriers are designed for the kind of terrain that wheeled trucks and other vehicles cannot handle due to ground conditions, grade or working angles.”

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Heavy Equipment Brand Facts

Heavy Equipment Brand Facts

How much do you know about your equipment? You may use a machine every day, but do you know the history behind the machine and how it was made?

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Tips For Preventing Heavy Equipment Theft

Tips For Preventing Heavy Equipment Theft

The number of heavy equipment thefts continues to grow in the United States. According to the FBI’s National Crime Information Center (NCIC), more than 12,000 pieces of heavy equipment were reported stolen in 2017. The states that have the most reported equipment theft are North Carolina, Florida, Texas, Georgia, and California. If you own heavy equipment, there are multiple steps you can take to reduce equipment theft and vandalism from your property or jobsite.

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Choosing The Right Lift For Your Project

Choosing The Right Lift For Your Project

There are a number of options when it comes to low-level access equipment for construction work on aerial platforms. Construction workers, supervisors, facility managers, and residential owners alike face this purchasing decision when commencing a large-scale project. From portable lifts that extend a few feet, to larger machines that can reach 60 feet in the air, asking simple questions about the work that needs to be done can help you to determine the best machine for your particular task at hand.

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Heavy Equipment Construction Safety Tips (Part 2)

Heavy Equipment Construction Safety Tips (Part 2)

June is national safety month! This year, make sure that you are taking the proper precautions to stay safe on the jobsite using these heavy equipment construction safety tips. There are several risk factors and dangers that you should be aware of. Follow the rest of these safety tips when working with heavy equipment on a jobsite to ensure a productive and accident-free work environment.

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