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In the last post, we discussed some ways to maintain your telehandler during the harsh winter months. However, it's important to have full knowledge of wintertime maintenance procedures in order to maximize your equipment's performance and lifespan. Here's part two of our guide to winter telehandler maintenance.
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Another major step in winter telehandler maintenance is ensur . . .


For the estimated 7.8 million production workers in the United States construction industry, one of the most popular and important pieces of construction equipment for reaching high places and getting work done are telehandlers. However, they do require sufficient maintenance and upkeep in order to perform at their best. And in some areas, harsh winters and freezing temperatures can wreak havoc on these machines. With a bit of background knowledge and some simple solutions, you can keep your . . .


When you think of construction sites, it's easy to visualize pieces of heavy equipment like excavators, telehandlers, and cement mixers. But the one piece of equipment many construction companies can nont do without is a hydraulic dump truck.

You might think a trailer can do everything a hydraulic dump truck can do, but you'd be wrong. Let's take a look at three key advantages that dump trucks have to offer constru . . .


Buying used construction equipment instead of brand new offers many distinct advantages -- if you do so wisely. So before you visit local construction equipment parts dealers, it's important to know how to find a supplier that's one notch above the rest. Here are just a few pro-tips for purchasing used construction equipment and walking away with a great deal. . . .


It's the time of year when many people decide to do some work on their home. They want to tear up their driveways to replace them with something sleeker, redo their front steps, and fill in their pools. In order to complete these projects, they need to reach out to professionals in the construction industry who will be able to do the job for them.

If you own a small construction business and get hired for one of these jobs, there's a chance you don't own enough heav . . .