3 Tips To Remember When Working With A Crane Rental Service


If you have a project that requires a crane, you don't have to go out and purchase a new crane. Instead, you can rent a crane. Depending on the type of rental you acquire, they may cover everything from bringing the equipment to your location to providing an operator to run the equipment and then returning the equipment when you are done with it. When renting or employing a crane service to assist you with a construction project, there are a few things to remember to get the most out of the service. 

Find a Quality Company 

First, you will want to find a quality company to work with. You will want to find a company that takes care of as many details as possible for you. Ideally, you will want to find a company that will transport the equipment and provide an operator for the equipment. You want to work with a company that has the capability to repair the equipment if it breaks down. You want to work with a company that is certified and insured so that you reduce the risk that you are taking.  

Get the Right Permits 

Second, in most states, you can't just start using a crane on a job site. First, you have to secure the proper permits before you are allowed to use the crane at your job site. You may need to obtain permits from the department of transportation and the department of public works in your area to operate the crane.  

You will need additional permits if you need to put the crane on any public roads while operating it. You may need to work with the utility companies, get the wires moved, and get special permits for this. Before you have the crane delivered, make sure you have all the right permits secured.  

Prepare the Worksite 

Third, when you rent a crane, you can pay by the hour or by the day, depending on the type of job that you need to be done. Regardless, you are paying for the time that you have the crane in your possession, which is why you are going to want to optimize that time to the best of your abilities. One of the ways that you can do this is by preparing the work site so that everything is ready to go when the crane arrives. 

That means coordinating and ensuring that all the supplies and equipment you need to be moved around are already together. That means that you have the materials stacked up to make them easy to move. That means getting rid of anything that could obstruct the operation of the crane. 

If you have a job where you need a crane, you are going to want to work with a crane service that will take care of the transportation, upkeep, and operation of the crane while allowing you to use it for the purpose you need it for to get your job done. Remember to prepare the worksite so that you are able to get the optimal work situation out of it.  

For more information on crane services, contact a company near you.


3 January 2022

Protecting Your Employees

My family owns a thriving timber business. For over thirty years, they have been meeting their customers’ needs in my home state. One of the reasons for their success is their commitment to purchasing state-of-the-art heavy construction equipment to use in their business. After buying the most technologically advanced machinery available on the market, they also strive to maintain it for the safety of their employees. If you own a business, you need to regularly schedule a professional to check the safety of your heavy construction equipment. On this blog, you will discover how to protect your employees by hiring someone to regularly check the safety of your machinery.