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Removing a Damaged Tree from Your Yard

A couple of months ago, my husband’s beloved grandfather passed away. Thankfully, this wonderful man lived a long, happy life. After his death, my mother-in-law decided to clean up her old childhood home. The first thing on her to-do list was removing a gigantic, damaged tree from the yard. Because she was uncertain about completing the task herself, she enlisted the help of a friend who owned some heavy construction equipment. This individual was able to cut the tree down safely and easily remove the tree from the premises. If she had not had access to reliable, heavy construction equipment, my mother-in-law would have worked for days uprooting the tree. On this blog, I hope you will discover the best types of heavy construction equipment to use when removing damaged trees from your property. Enjoy!


Before You Relocate Your Plant, Consider These Tips

29 June 2017
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If you've decided to relocate your industrial plant to another building, you are eager to have more floor space for your heavy equipment and supplies. However, it can be quite an undertaking to move an entire plant while continuing to do your work. That's why you're probably going to need the suggestions that follow; they can streamline the process. Evaluate and Secure Equipment To avoid the time and difficulty of transporting machines and other equipment that isn't working, you've got to enlist the help of your employees to properly evaluate how the equipment is working. Read More …

Time For Concrete Work? 4 Areas Where Post-Tension Will Work Best

31 May 2017
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When it comes to concrete stability, there's nothing better than post-tension pre-stressing. Post-tension concrete work provides several benefits over traditional rebar reinforcement. First, post-tensioning reduces shrinkage, which also reduces the number of joints that are needed per slab. Post-tensioning also requires less concrete, because the slabs can be made much thinner than with rebar-reinforced concrete. Finally, post-tension concrete can be applied to softer soil, which eliminates the need for extensive pre-groundwork. Read More …

4 Tips For Removing The Snow Around Your Home

8 May 2017
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As a homeowner living in areas with heavy snow fall, you will want to know what it's like to remove the snow around your home. This way, when dealing with your first winter in this area, you know how to be as effective as possible. Here are four tips to consider when it comes to removing the snow around your home: Place Stakes Around Driveway and Walkway: The first thing you are going to want to do before it even starts to snow is place large stakes around the driveway and walkways around your home. Read More …

Guidelines For Construction Equipment Rental

13 April 2017
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When you want to make sure that you are doing everything that you can to create a work site that has high quality equipment, you will need to look into rental opportunities. There are so many construction equipment contractors who can serve you with the work that you need, so that you're able to handle some heavy lifting. In this regard, read below and use these tips, so that you have the resources that will be the most useful to you. Read More …

What to Do if You Have an Old Transformer on Your Commercial Property

16 March 2017
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If you've bought a commercial property that has some old items around the property and in the commercial space, it's important that you remove all the items with care, that you dispose of them in the most responsible way possible. If you have a transformer on your property that is no longer used, but you don't know if it's dangerous or still has power, you want to get help. Here are a few of the things you need to do to make sure that you aren't doing any harm to the area, or yourself, before getting rid of the transformer. Read More …