Clearing Your Land

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Clearing Your Land

My husband owned the five acre piece of land our home sits on before we married. When he purchased this lovely tract of property in the country, he knew he eventually wanted to build a small starter home on it. However, the property was covered with pine trees, overgrown grass, and weeds. Before he could ever start the building process, he had to hire someone to clear his land. To effectively complete this task, my husband hired experts who knew how to operate heavy construction equipment. In a few days, his property was cleared, and he was ready to build a home on it. On this blog, you will discover the types of heavy construction equipment needed to clear various kinds of property.



Choosing The Right Crane: Understanding Overhead Bridge Crane Classifications

Whether you plan to purchase or rent an overhead crane, you will need to know a little about the different classifications for them. The classification of the crane can help you figure out if it's right for your job or industry. Classification isn't the only consideration, but it's a good place to start. CMAA Crane Classifications The CMAA gives overhead cranes a letter grade which stands in for their classification. Each class has to do with the duty cycle of the crane. Read More 

By Land, Sea And Air: Options For Transporting Your Heavy Construction Equipment

There is so much to Canada's vast remaining wilderness that finding a way to transport your heavy construction equipment across the country requires a little creativity. Usually trucking services can help if your equipment does not have to travel very far. However, you might want to consider some of these other transportation options for moving your construction trucks from one coast to the next. By Land There are two shipping options by land. Read More 

By The Hour Or By The Ton: How You Pay Your Drivers Makes All The Difference

If you manage an oilfield and pay truckers to haul away dirt, transport crude oil, or move other items, you have a choice between paying them by the hour and paying them by a unit of weight that they haul, such as a ton. Which one you choose has implications for your budget and the delivery schedule, as well as for safety. Here's a look at how these two payment types can affect trucking at your field. Read More 

Drilling For Oil: How Heavy Equipment Rental Can Reduce Your Costs

The current demand for oil by the U.S. is helping create jobs in Canada and a demand for Canadian oil. Because it has less distance to travel than oil from the Middle East and because Canada is not at odds or at war with the U.S., Canadian oil makes for a much cheaper source of fuel. If you have several hundred acres of land and a surveyor and a geologist both tell you you could get oil from your land, you may want to start drilling as soon as possible. Read More 

Portability Vs. Continuous Flow: A Comparison Of Reciprocating And Rotary-Screw Compressors

Pneumatic tools are valuable assets in many workplaces. For example, mechanics make use of pneumatic wrenches to quickly remove lugnuts and other hardware on an automobile. Construction workers use compressors to power jackhammers, drills, nail guns, paint guns, and other tools. When choosing an air compressor for your place of work, it is important to match the technology used in the compressor to your needs. You have two basic choices: the reciprocating compressor and the rotary-screw compressor. Read More