The Best Equipment for your Demolition Project
April 2, 2020
Do it big and do it right when you have the best equipment for your next job. Organizing a demolition project requires a lot of work and planning. It can be fun to tear everything down and start over, but you still need to ensure that everything is done safely and properly.
There are a multitude of ways to go about your construction project. First things first, you should be doing any big project with trained professionals, as a demolition is a big task to complete and you will be using heavy equipment. Next, choosing the correct heavy machinery is one of the most important elements for a successful job. EDGE1 Equipment Rentals strives on providing the highest level of service to our customers. Having a trusted rental equipment company by your side to guide you through the steps of training and which tools or excavators to use will allow for an easy experience.
Depending on the type of job your demolition involves, whether it be for a complete reconstruction or a minor destruction project, then can you decide which equipment you need. Nevertheless, safety goggles, dust masks and hard hats are mandatory for your physical protection. If you are cutting wood, power saws are the best and safest option because a stronger and sharper blade will be able to cut through the plank easier. Speak with a representative for further details on which blade will be best for your demolition.
For a larger project that requires tearing down and moving dirt, we recommend using a backhoe or excavators – EDGE1 has these machines, ranging in size from mini to large. Look through our concrete/demolition equipment to see what will be the best fit for you.
Small scale projects may entail using more handheld tools opposed to heavy rental equipment. EDGE1 offers a range of strong built hammers, welders and more that are capable of powering through a job no problem.
Spring is in full swing, making this is the perfect opportunity to declutter and make your demolition as clean and safe as possible.
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