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Managing Heavy Equipment

Keeping up with a fleet of heavy equipment can be a daunting task. However, I've found that there are a few things that I can do to make it easier on myself. For example, I invested in heavy equipment management software that is helping me keep up with the maintenance and equipment schedule for all of my equipment and machines. When I started using the software, I realized that some of my equipment wasn't getting enough maintenance, and others were getting too much. The software has really streamlined my system and helped me save money. I'm writing this blog to help others learn how to manage their own heavy equipment more effectively. Using software and other equipment management tools and strategies can help you save money too.

Time For A Tarp System? 3 Tips To Help You Pick The Right Tarps

If you own a fleet of dump trucks, you've got to be concerned about the cargo you carry, especially since damaged or lost cargo can cut into your profit. One way to protect your cargo against loss or damage is to install dump truck tarps. Tarp systems cover your cargo during transport, which helps keep everything in place. Before you purchase cargo tarps for your dump trucks, here are three things you should take into consideration. Read More 

2 Tips To Help You Take Care Of Your New Stroke Sander

Stroke sanders are a really big investment, which is why it is vital that you learn how to take care of them properly. Here are two tips that will help you maintain and take care of a new stroke sander. Get Rid Of The Dust At The End Of The Day While using your stroke sander, a great deal of sawdust is generated. This sawdust gets all over the room and into the mechanisms of your stroke sander. Read More 

Scaffolding Safety For Homeowners

Scaffold rental can be necessary for homeowners taking on DIY projects like gutter repair and house painting. Scaffolding can make reaching parts of your house much easier, which can make your DIY projects go more quickly and smoothly. Knowing how to use your scaffolding safely is an important part of completing your home improvement projects without problems. The following tips will help you (and those around you) stay safe while using your scaffolding. Read More 

3 Tips to Remember When You First Operate an Overhead Crane

Overhead cranes are essential for lifting heavy items in warehouses. However, if you have not operated this kind of crane before, there are some things to keep in mind. Use the following tips to make sure everything goes smoothly. Remember to Inspect the Crane before Every Use It is important to inspect the overhead crane on a daily basis in order to prevent any injuries or accidents. Check the rope to make sure it is not damaged in any way, and ensure that the rope is in its track and untangled. Read More 

Refinishing Your Hardwood Floors Is Worth It

If you have just bought a new house with hardwood floors, you may want to refinish those floors before you move into your house. If the floors were damaged or you just didn't like the way that they looked, refinishing can give you the floor that you really want.  Necessary Equipment In order to refinish your floor, you are going to need to use some big power tools. They include a large floor buffer that you can use to both sand the floor and buff it when you are done finishing it. Read More