How To Prepare For A Foundation Of A Smaller Home

13 February 2018
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Pouring the foundation of a small home will need to be precise. If you are building a house that is around 1,000 square feet or under, this is smaller than the usual home, especially in a suburban area. Pouring a foundation for a home that you already have plans for means that you need to be as precise as possible so that you do not find that the foundation is mismatched from the plans and the materials that you have. Read More 

Tips For Starting A Construction Business

18 December 2017
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Construction companies are some of the main types of businesses that are needed in the world. Whether you are trained to construct houses or commercial buildings, the skills that you have are enough to begin your own business in the industry. A construction company can actually bring you a nice income in a satisfactory amount of time if you go about running it the right way. You will basically need a solid plan that covers everything that you will need to do, as well as the type of equipment that is needed for helping customers. Read More 

Need New Equipment For Your Construction Company? 4 Reasons You Should Rent It

10 November 2017
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If you own a construction company, you may think it's time to start purchasing your own heavy equipment. However, that might actually be the last thing that you want to do. You may be better off if you continue to rent your heavy equipment. It's true that you won't own the equipment you're using, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. In fact, it might turn out to be an advantage, especially when it comes to financial matters. Read More 

Tips For Buying New Hydraulic Seals

6 September 2017
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Hydraulic systems rely on a series of seals to maintain the pressure in the system and keep the fluid inside. They also keep air from entering, because they close the gap between pipe joints and other connections. Unfortunately, those seals are not infallible. They are vulnerable to wear, deterioration, damage, and general failure. If you've spotted a leak in your hydraulic system and need to replace a seal, it's important to be sure that you get the right one. Read More 

Two Exciting Excavator Innovations for Efficiency and Precision Digging

3 August 2017
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Excavators have been around for a long time, dating back to steam-powered machinery. There have been many evolutions to the basic excavator design. Each iteration has allowed greater efficiency or expanded their capabilities. Many of the changes have been driven by a desire to take advantage of more modern fuel sources or increased digging precision. Two of the most recent innovations are described here. Compact, Electricity-Powered Excavators Increasingly, you are seeing alternative fuel usage for city, municipality, and construction vehicles. Read More