For the months of May and June, we’re knocking 10% off the price of a bark blower rental. Bark blowers are great tools for many different applications, from landscape installations to erosion control (when used with a filtration sock). The boost in productivity from using a blower can’t be denied, either – it beats a wheelbarrow and shovel any day of the week. Continue reading
Ask the Experts is a recurring segment where we share expert advice from our professional staff. In our latest Ask the Experts segment, we go over:
- Operating a FINN BB302 Bark Blower using basic controls
- Suggestions and techniques for getting the most out of a BB302 Bark Blower
- What to avoid in the mulching process
Have you tried browsing our used inventory on our website? It’s a great way to check out equipment from the comfort of your own home! We’ve got a lot of equipment listed so take a minute and browse among skid steers, mowers, bark blowers – you name it. If you’re new to the site here’s a quick run through of what you’ll find. Enjoy!
If our recent FINN open houses told us anything (see photos here!), it’s that people want to know more about bark blowers and hydroseeders. There are a ton of applications for these machines and we can’t wait to see more and more of them out in the field. We get asked a lot about what used FINN equipment we have, so we thought it would be nice to get them all in one place. Take a look:
2012 BB302 bark blower with 1.5 cubic yard hopper, 4 inch hose and a 33.5 hp Kubota diesel engine. It’s got two hose sections: 100 feet and 50 feet.
Thanks to everyone that came out to our FINN open houses this week! We had a great turnout in Orland Park and South Elgin and it was a lot of fun showing off our bark blowers and hydroseeders. In case you missed it, here are some pics from each day. If you couldn’t make it and want more info on blowers or seeders you can give us a call or visit the FINN section of our website. Enjoy! Continue reading
Our open houses are coming up FAST! To RSVP to the Orland Park session (Wed. 3/19) click HERE. To RSVP to South Elgin (Thurs. 3/20) click HERE. Let us know if you’re coming and how many people you or your company is planning on bringing!
It’s back by popular demand, and it’s going to be better than ever! Just last March we hosted a pair of Finn open houses at our Orland Park and South Elgin stores and the turnout was so great we’re bringing them back again! Just like last year we’ll have our expert Finn reps on hand with the latest equipment Finn has to offer and we’ll be giving hands-on demos and operator training. Watching bark blowers and hydroseeders up close in action is a great way to learn for those new to the Finn line and those familiar with it will enjoy the chance to speak directly to the Finn folks who know these machines like the back of their hands.
The first open house will be in Orland Park on Wednesday, March 19th and the South Elgin session will happen the next day – Thursday March 20th. RSVP to the Orland Park open house HERE or the South Elgin session HERE. Let us know your name, company and how many people you plan on bringing to the event. Registration will begin at 9am, activities at 9:30. We’ll be done for the day around 12:30 and we’re serving lunch!
First off we’d like to thank everyone that made it out to our FINN open houses this week! We had a great turn out at both the Orland Park and South Elgin sessions and the response from event-goers has been very positive. Continue reading
Three weeks from now we’re going to kick off the first of two FINN open-house events!
March 20th, 2013 our Orland Park store will be taking all comers that would like to learn more about FINN products and the field of erosion control. The following day, Thursday March 21st the same event will take place at our South Elgin store. Continue reading
Job site erosion control is an important aspect of construction projects that some contractors don’t give a second thought to. For many, the way it’s always been done is the way they’ll always do it. That way of thinking can cost you in the long run if you’re not careful. Nowadays there are an increasing number of options available, and with groups like the EPA weighing in on new technologies, it’s time to take a closer look at what will work best for you. To start, ask yourself a few simple questions:
How big is my job site? Are there environmental restrictions I need to worry about?
What’s important to me? Cost? Easy-to-install and maintain? Environmental impact?
Your answer to these questions will help inform your decision when it comes to choosing the right method. Below, we’ve taken some time to shed more light on two methods, silt fencing and filtration socks. Continue reading
Here’s footage from a recent FINN training session. A few of our sales reps were on site for the demo and they were impressed by how fast and easy it is to fill a large filtration sock with a bark blower! Watch for yourself:
Remember, Thursday September 6th we’re having an on-site demo at our Orland Park location 10am – 2pm. Be there!