3 Tips To Protect Yourself Physically And Financially During A Forklift Rental

Posted on: 28 October 2018

When dealing with heavy construction equipment, some tend to get a little nervous. With hundreds of forklift mistake videos on the internet, it is totally understandable. And you should be careful. People can get really hurt when fooling around with construction equipment. However, assuming that you know what you are doing, here are a few helpful hints of how to protect yourself not only physically but financially during the process of renting a forklift.
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What Kind Of Services Are Offered By A Industrial Transformer Maintenance Service?

Posted on: 4 May 2018

When your business energy demands are high, you are likely going to have to rely on on-site industrial transformers and transformer stations to transform the power you need to power your building. Having an industrial transformer on site brings about specific obligations and concerns, but luckily, these are not things you have to handle all on your own. If you have an industrial transformer maintenance service you can count on like Solomon Corporation, the complicated maintenance processes associated with these units will be handled on your behalf.
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Does Your House Need New Paint And Roofing Shingles? Get What You Need And Fix Things Quick

Posted on: 28 February 2017

If the exterior of your home needs new paint, and there are some shingles on the roof that should be replaced, you may want to take some time to give the exterior the work it needs. If you are capable of painting and replacing some of the shingles on your own, all you'll need is the tools to get the job done right. Here are some of the things that you want to get to help make your project more manageable, and so you can get these jobs done right.
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Is Bare Crane Rental Right For You?

Posted on: 24 October 2016

Renting a crane can be convenient, but it can also cause some confusion in terms of paperwork if you arrange for a manned rental. Suddenly there are additional people onsite (the crane operators) who need to learn your site's protocols, and you can see a big initial rental cost affect your budget. However, if you arrange for a bare rental instead of a manned one, you can get just the equipment and have it covered by your company's insurance policies and operated by your own workers.
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