Rental Special: FREE Day of Rental on Mini-Excavators!

Mini-excavators are an extremely popular rental item, and due to their popularity, our Rental Department has announced a special on mini-excavators! There’s lots of work to be done out there still in 2017 so from right now until the end of the year, rent a mini-excavator for one day and get the 2nd day FREE!* Our Kubota and Hyundai brand excavators are top-notch, our landscaping and contracting customers can’t say a bad thing about them! Whether you’re a first-timer or a seasoned pro, our wide range of sizes and brands (see eligible models below) will make finding the right machine for the job easy. Continue reading

Used Equipment Spotlight: 2013 Kubota KX040-4 Mini Excavator (Video)

The Used Equipment Spotlight is a recurring segment
where we 
highlight featured items from our used inventory.

Our 2013 Kubota KX040-4 Mini Excavator available for sale:

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Compare a Kubota KX040 Mini-Excavator to the Competition (VIDEO)

We’ve worked with Kubota excavators for years now and we’ve always kept our rental fleet stocked with the latest and greatest they have to offer, so any time we get a chance to compare them to the competition we’ll take it.  The KX040 is a relative newcomer to the Kubota line and so far our customers have really liked using it.  If you’ve tried different brands you already know the Kubota differences, but in case you haven’t here’s a breakdown of the Kubota KX040 versus a Bobcat E42 and a CAT 304E CR.  Take a minute to enjoy the smackdown:

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Rent It: Kubota KX040 Mini-Excavator

Kubota KX040 mini-excavator dumping dirt

Fuel efficiency and power combine in the new KX040 excavator © Kubotalink

We just added a new Kubota KX040-4 mini-excavator into our rental fleet, which is great news for fans of the KX121 and other mid-sized Kubota excavators.  The KX040 is one of the next generation excavators from Kubota, which are more fuel-efficient and operator friendly than ever. Continue reading