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We've all heard about the dangers of construction and heavy equipment more times than we care to count. The problem with that is after hearing it over and over again, a lot of folks in the industry tuck it away, only to be remembered when an accident happens. Which is unfortunate in hindsight.

We know danger and construction equipment are a forever destined pair, but we don't want to see anyone injured. We've got 7.8 million construction workers in the United States . . .

In the residential sector, green building currently accounts for 26% to 33% of the total residential market and has helped contribute to the industry's recovery after the recession, according to Dodge Data and Analytics. This means that the market for eco-friendly building is as strong as ever, and if your construction company can follow some eco-friendly practices, you're likely to find that an increase in sales will follow. Here are just a few ways to make your construction company . . .

It finally happened. Your excavator kicked the can and now you're looking for a new piece of equipment. But why buy new heavy equipment when you can seek out high quality used excavators for sale?
There's no need to worry about buying a used excavator for sale as long as you know what to look for. Fortunately for you, we're here to help. Keep reading to learn more about what to inspect when looking at used excavators.
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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 . . .