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With a market share of around 10%, the United States is the second largest construction market worldwide. There is so much heavy equipment involved in doing nearly any construction project that it isn't always necessary to purchase it. Here are some of the benefits of renting construction equipment.

First and foremost, renting construction equipment is exponentially cheaper than buying brand new equipment. While purchasing is considered a long term investment, it also ties . . .

The construction industry is one of the largest in the world. With approximately 7.8 million production workers in the U.S. construction industry alone, there's a lot of construction equipment out there. But sometimes buying brand new isn't the most cost-effective option for business owners.

Renting can be a better option, but when you're renting used construction equipment, there are certain precautions you need to consider. To ensure you get the most from your ren . . .

The global construction market was priced at approximately $145.5 billion in 2015, and continues to grow. Construction is a vast industry that is responsible for creating new structures every day, and sometimes new equipment is needed for those ongoing and growing projects. To get the clear picture of what is best for your business you need to take into account what projects you have now and what you foresee your projects to be in the future. This is not an easy task, but projecting . . .

Excavators are one of the MVPs of the construction industry. They can perform a variety of tasks, including digging, lifting, transferring materials, demolition, and grading. They're also extremely durable, and they can serve a long and useful life.  But when it comes time to replace or add a new excavator, going about buying a new one can be overwhelming.

If it has been a while since you’ve been in the market for an excavator.  Make sure you don't make . . .

A career in construction can be very rewarding as long as you're prepared to work hard, plan out every detail of each project, and acquire all the necessary equipment. Currently in the U.S. construction industry, there are approximately 7.8 million production workers.

There are a few important aspects you should keep in mind, however, if you're going to start or continue working in the construction industry. Equipment Rentals Can Help . . .