Starting a Construction Business? Two Reasons Why You Should Rent Your Equipment

If you're thinking about throwing your hat into the construction industry ring, you have some serious decisions to make.  You may need to decide who you're going to hire, as well as whether you'll work in the residential or commercial side of the business.  However, the first thing you need is equipment, and it may be difficult for you to see how you're going to get the things you need with limited funds. [Read More]

3 Safety Tips to Follow When Using a Stroke Sander

A stroke sander can be very handy for precisely and beautifully sanding wood. However, even though this type of sander can be used in any woodworking shop, it can also be a dangerous piece of equipment if it is not handled properly. Luckily, following these tips can help you use your stroke sander as safely as possible. 1. Be Cautious about Moving Parts The moving parts on your stroke sander are essential so that the machine can get its job done, but, if your hands get in the way, there is a chance that they could be pinched, jammed, or otherwise injured. [Read More]

Three Ways In Which Heavy Construction Equipment Can Be Used As Mining Equipment

Mining can sometimes be a very slow, tedious process, especially when you first begin a mining company and a project, or when you hit some very hard rock and cannot get through. When you are looking for solutions to these problems early on, where should you turn? It should not surprise you that other mining companies occasionally or regularly use heavy construction equipment to solve their geological digging problems. Here are three ways in which heavy construction equipment can be used as mining equipment. [Read More]