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You've got a job to do and need specific equipment to get the job done. Some large commercial machines can be expensive to own and store properly or you might need a specialized type of equipment to carry out the job.  Whether you're doing an industrial or governmental project, paving roads or building new housing subdivisions, you need reliable equipment. Why not consider renting the heavy equipment you need or going to heavy equipment sales to find new or gently used pieces at . . .

  • December 26, 2016
  • Grand Equipment

With a market share of approximately 10%, the U.S. is the second largest construction market in the world, which means that new or used, the nation has a hefty amount of construction equipment.

Buying used construction equipment can be overwhelming if you have limited experience, but even more so when you're dealing with telehandlers. Unlike other pieces of construction equipment, these machines carry heavy loads and are put under enormous amounts of pressure.

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  • December 19, 2016
  • Grand Equipment

When operating construction equipment, safety should be the number one priority. Because even when workers follow equipment regulations to the letter, work sites can still be dangerous. In fact, 35% of injuries sustained on the job are due to machine accidents. Although not every accident can be prevented, there are steps you can follow to reduce your accident risk when operating heavy equipment.

In this blog post, we're going to focus on one common piece of heavy equipment . . .

Construction is a tough industry, and finding affordable heavy equipment for sale can be challenging. Fortunately, used construction equipment boasts several advantages over buying new equipment in some cases.

Yet before you rush out to buy used construction equipment, there are factors to consider and some precautions to take when buying any kind of used equipment. Here's a short guide to help you ask the right questions and consider the right attributes.

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Above all else, working in construction requires you to have the right equipment for the job. However, if you're on a budget or need a piece of equipment for a short duration, looking to purchase heavy equipment like a hydraulic dump mixer or mini excavator brand new might not be the best option.

If you're under time and budget constraints, you should consider equipment rentals as an option for your project. Here are some reasons you might want to consider heavy machine . . .