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Exploring Excavation Services

Hello, my name is Brad Nabier. Welcome to my site about excavation services. I enjoy watching work crews use excavators and dump trucks to shape the land for the intended buildings. Excavation crews dig out holes for foundations or flatten the land to ready it for new home construction. Commercial sites are often prepared in the same way, but on a grander scale. I would like to discuss the different types of equipment used on these work sites. I will also share information about operation and maintenance of that equipment. Furthermore, I may even explore various building regulations surrounding dirt work. I hope you visit my site often.

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4 Things To Tell Your Crane Rental Company

If you are thinking about renting a crane for a residential, commercial or any other type of job, then you are probably making a smart decision. Renting a crane is a great way to take advantage of the biggest, best and newest equipment for your project without having to make a major investment. If you have never used a crane rental company before, however, you might not know about the questions that you will be asked when you call and inquire. Knowing these four things when you call will help the company fit you with the best model and services for your project, so jot them down before you pick up the phone.

1. Type of Project

First and foremost, the company will need to know the type of project that you are going to be working on, and you'll need to be able to explain it in detail. Many crane rental companies have multiple cranes available for use, and they won't send the same type of crane for a small residential project as they will for a large-scale oilfield gig. Along with giving details about the type of project that you'll be doing, you'll also need to know about the types of things that you'll be lifting with the crane, how tall and wide they are and how much they weigh. The more information that you provide, the better-suited your rental crane will be for the task at hand.

2. Area Where Project Will Be Taking Place

It's important to know the address and area information about where the project will be taking place. Different jurisdictions have different laws about the use of cranes, and giving this information will allow the crane rental company to apply for the proper permits for the project.

3. Size of Work Area

Don't just think about your own work space; you also have to think about whether or not the crane operator will have room to maneuver the crane. Providing size information will allow the crane rental company to send an appropriately-sized crane that will be able to work well in your environment.

4. Level of Experience

If you or the contractors on your project have experience and are properly certified, then you may opt to operate the crane yourself. Otherwise, you will probably need a crane operator to help. Luckily, the company should be able to supply you with one, but this is important to mention when calling for a quote.

Using a crane rental company can be a wonderful way to make your project easier without the concern of a major cost. Luckily, by telling your crane rental company these four things, you can help get the best experience possible for your needs. If you're looking for a crane company in your area, contact Capstan Hauling Ltd.