Uses of Cut-Off Saws

Cut-off saws, or chop saws, are different types of power tools: the miter saw, which is used in woodworking, and the abrasive saw, which is used for cutting hard materials, such as metals or ceramics. Workpieces can be accurately cut and mitered with miter saws. Cut-Off Saw Types For accurate crosscuts and miter cuts, the Read More

What Scissor Lifts Can Do for You

Material handling equipment can mean the difference between efficiency and disaster when dealing with material. Vertical lifts are cost-effective and versatile. Furthermore, vertical lifts provide more useful functions than similar lifts. See why scissor lifts are so effective in material handling, and how they can benefit your business. Basically, scissor lifts have a criss-crossed foundation Read More

How Impact Drivers Differ From Drills

Household tools such as power drills are indispensable. An impact driver can be a valuable addition to your tool collection as your collection grows. Although similar in appearance and function, these tools serve different purposes. Each model comes in both cordless and corded models, as well as offering reverse direction settings. Drills – Standard drill Read More

When and Why To Aerate Your Lawn

A thicker, healthier lawn is the result of regular maintenance. However, jobs typically reserved for once a year can succeed in supporting incremental progress over time. Many homeowners aerate their lawns every year to alleviate soil compaction and enhance grass growth. When done correctly and in a timely manner, aeration can benefit almost any lawn. Read More

How‌ ‌Does‌ ‌a‌ ‌Mortar‌ ‌Mixer‌ ‌Differ‌ ‌from‌ ‌a‌ ‌Concrete‌ ‌Mixer?‌

Is it better to rent a mortar mixer or a concrete mixer? Our rental coordinators get asked about mixers quite often. During the work process, contractors know it is important to use the right tools. Despite the similarities between mortar and concrete, choosing the wrong mixer for the job can be disastrous. Mortar vs. Concrete Read More

What Do Air Scrubbers Do?

A portable air scrubber is a filtration system that captures airborne particles and improves the quality of the air. A lack of proper air cleaning can eventually result in worker health issues, lowered job quality, and higher remediation costs, which is why having an air scrubber is so important. These units are designed to be Read More

Why Use A Zero Turn Mower?

Professional landscape contractors have been using zero turn mowers for many years to produce a perfectly trimmed lawn in the most efficient way possible. Zero-turn lawn tractors have a turn radius of zero inches. In other words, the zero turn mower can turn within its own footprint. Zero turn mowers are designed without steering wheels Read More

Removing Tiles with A Rotary Hammer

The CTS12 Rip-R-Stripper provides fast floor-covering removal on projects where ride-on equipment is not an option. The demolition contractors that work with floor coverings have a lot on their hands. Some new technologies have made it easier to remove tile, hardwood and other hard floor coverings in recent years.  Almost all demolition contractors hope to Read More

What are Telescopic Boom Lifts?

Telescopic booms are a hybrid between a forklift and a small crane. These machines are similar to forklifts, but they also have a boom attached to them that can extend upwards and outwards. When horizontal reach is necessary, telescopic boom lifts can be used. They are suitable for working areas with limited access and space. Read More

Ride-On Mower Vs. Push Mower

Professional landscapers use a range of commercial-grade mowing equipment to cut grass. When comparing riding mowers and push mowers, both have advantages, and experienced contractors have both types of mowers in their fleet. There are several factors to consider when selecting a mower: the size of the property, the terrain, the environment noise allowance and Read More

How do one-man lifts work?

Manlifts are aerial work platforms (AWPs) designed to lift a worker and their equipment safely inside or outside of a building. Based on size, appearance, and use, they differ from other aerial lifts, such as boom lifts. Manlifts go by several names in the industry, including manlifts, personal lifts, and personnel lifts. Single man lifts Read More

In What Ways Can Trenchers Be Used?

Trenchers are pieces of earthmoving equipment with heavy metal chains with teeth made of high-strength steel that rip through the ground like chainsaws into trees. Trenchers rip up soil and roots to create trenches, much like excavators. Hand digging a trench requires several workers and can take many hours. A trencher can reduce the number Read More