Are you ready ‘n rolling for the season ahead? You’ve got an opportunity to save big on New Holland tractors and equipment today. Come away with 0% financing or cash back on select machines! There’s a special offer continuing for skid steer and compact track loaders: 0% financing for 60 months. Continue reading
Hyundai Construction Equipment offers wheel loaders, excavators, and compaction rollers to meet the harsh job site demands contractors, material handling operations, and other equipment users will likely encounter, and they’re known for their industry leading standard warranties. If you’re looking to get the edge that Hyundai equipment brings to a fleet, there’s financing offers on now sure to meet your needs. Continue reading
We’ve got great financing options on our new Kubota equipment. Kubota construction equipment is 0% for 60 months with no down payment, and that includes SSV series skid steer loaders, SVL series compact track loaders, K, KX and U series excavators and R series wheel loaders. Or choose instant rebates on cash or standard rate financing purchases for most Kubota equipment. There are hefty rebates to be had, such as $5000 on the classic KX080 excavator. Continue reading
Thought about adding a TX 1000 to your fleet. Or you’re saving for a trencher? Or you’ve had your eye on a brush chipper, but the right financing deal came and went. Well, we want you to know Toro has a finance offer that’s happening right now for well-qualified contractors: 0% financing for 42 months. This offer applies to Toro’s compact utility equipment line, which includes the newest Dingo machines and their many attachments, walk-behind trenchers, stump grinders and MORE!
*Offer ends April 30th, 2018. Commercial use customers only.
Other financing options are available.
An easy way to get in a fully-loaded HL940 or HL955 wheel loader, any version. Hyundai’s Winter Advantage Lease works like this: you make scheduled payments during the snow season with no payments out of season. You keep the machine year round and only pay when you’re making money! And equipment can be returned at the end of the lease. The typical payment schedule is December, January, February, March, April. Need a pusher or blade? No worries.
Bonus: no matter if you purchase or lease, new Hyundai wheel loaders come with a 3 year warranty and 5 years of Hi-Mate, Hyundai’s proprietary remote management system. Key features include: Continue reading
It’s time to start looking ahead to spring, folks. Not just because it’s 0 degrees out, but because buying new equipment now lets you take advantage of early season finance offers AND gets you all set up to rock once the weather breaks. From now until April 30, 2014 Toro is offering 0% for 42 months with no down payment* on its construction, turf renovation and tree care equipment. Continue reading
Kubota’s Too Great to Wait event is giving you the chance to own brand new Kubota equipment with no down payment and no interest for 60 months!* This offer kicked off this fall and runs through December 31, 2013 so here’s a chance to get that RTV you always wanted for pushing snow :). Continue reading
Right now you can get a Scag mower and make no payments with no interest until April 1, 2014, followed by 0% interest for 48 months*. This deal is letting contractors line up their equipment for next year while still getting to use it today. That’s smart buying! Continue reading
For a limited time you can get a brand new Allied Rammer concrete breaker and pay 0% interest for 12 months!* It’s not every day we get a chance to sell breakers with such a great finance offer so we’re excited to get the word out! Continue reading
Knowing your cash flow is crucial to your company’s success. Having that stability will help you weather surprises like seasonal dips in business or an unexpected tax bill. Lawn & Landscape Magazine ran an article today called “Keep Your Eye on the Money”, and it covers this topic in great detail with interviews from three different landscape contractors, including one of our very own – Grant & Power Landscaping out of West Chicago. Continue reading