When I started working with my Uncle Bob last summer, I assumed that construction would be an easy, fun way to make a few extra bucks. However, I quickly discovered that construction work was serious business, filled with risks, difficulty, and rewards. After almost being creamed by a few backhoe booms, I learned how to stay out of the way. However, staying safe around heavy machinery isn't always easy to do. My blog talks about how to use machinery properly and what you need to do to stay safe so that you can return home to your family each and every day.
30 August 2018
If your construction business needs some additional equipment, instead of purchasing that equipment outright, you can lease the equipment. There are specific benefits that come with leasing equipment instead of purchasing it outright. #1 Keep Your Cash Flowing A lease is a great way to keep your cash flowing. When you lease construction equipment instead of purchasing it, you are paying for the right to use the equipment and you are paying for the wear and tear that you put on the equipment.
23 May 2018
It's easy to focus on maintenance with large construction machinery since they're large investments. But if you are doing a lot of DIY fixes around your house and yard this summer, it's a good idea to take some time to maintain small hand-tools as well. Professional-grade tools can last a lifetime—with small replacements here and there—if taken care of properly. Here are some tips to help you maintain your toolbox.
3 January 2018
If you've been putting off getting the new transformer you need because you don't know what to do with the old one, it's time to consider recycling. You might not realize this, but there are companies that will come out and recycle your worn-out transformers. By recycling your transformer, you can clear up much-needed space, and make money in the process; money that you can put towards a new transformer, or other updated equipment.