Our rental department is proud to supply recent models of clean, well maintained Hyundai wheel loaders, excavators, and compaction rollers to the Chicagoland area.
When you rent Hyundai equipment from us in August, we’ll give away to you a wheel loader USB flash drive, modeled after the Hyundai HL970. It comes loaded with our specials, our rental guide and other customer resources, leaving you plenty of room for mp3s or data files. Continue reading →
Starting July 1st when you rent any Hyundai steel track excavator or wheel loader from us, we’ll cover the cost of transportation to your location*. We supply recent models of clean, well-maintained Hyundai machines to the Chicagoland area. We back it up with an experienced rental staff to provide knowledgeable recommendations for your job site equipment needs.
*Maximum transportation allowance of $200 on rental terms of less than one week and $650 on rental terms of one week or longer. Any overage will be the responsibility of the lessee/renter. Hurry, this offer ends 8/31/2017 and starts on 7/1/2017.
*Discount is valid with participation in the Real Deal offer program
Landscape Contractors! Arborists! Municipalities! Take a look at three of the go-to tree care equipment options in our rental fleet.
Click here to view it on a Kubota SVL95-2s high flow compact track loader clearing lots for new construction!
Fecon Bull Hog forestry mulchers rule their class when it comes to brush clearing. These mulchers can cut brush, stumps, and trees up to 8 inches in diameter (cutting them down to ground level) when hooked up to a high flow skid steer. Our 74-inch mulcher has a max flow of 45 gallons per minute and a mouth full of double carbide teeth that have no trouble getting through most wood material. The Bull Hog requires more hydraulic power than most attachments, so we hook it up to a compact track loader with enhanced high flow hydraulics. Continue reading →
We partner with Screen Machine Industries to bring your their screeners and crushers. That’s great news since they offer a full spectrum of American made screening equipment that’s perfect for landscapers and construction crews looking to buy or rent aggregate screeners or crushers. You can see all that they have to offer over on our website, but in the meantime take a closer look at these three machines:
Have you seen the Might II shredder trommel in action? Here’s your chance. We’ve got Might II’s in our specialty equipment fleet, and we love when they’re out there helping you out on your projects. All Screen Machine equipment is made in the USA and is of rental fleet quality, which is why we offer screeners and stacking conveyor belts into ours. Now is the time to get that rental or demo lined up so give us a call at any of our stores. So without further ado, we give you the Might II:
The FINN bark blower makes big jobs seem like a walk in the park
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 →
The Harley rake is a great tool for soil preparation that lets you level uneven terrain in one pass. The roller also helps create a dimpled bed surface which aids in moisture retention. The Harley rake is one of the many attachments we carry for skid steer loaders and Toro Dingo compact utility loaders. The Toro Dingo rake has a 48-inch operating width and can angle up to 20 degrees in either direction, so it’s incredibly versatile and maneuverable. Check it out:
What does your fleet need and what can your approach be to build or grow it? If some of the practices you use for your personal wellbeing, like balance, flexibility, and discipline, have been successful, consider using those practices to guide your decisions on renting, leasing or buying equipment.
Balance, in rent vs. buy vs. lease decisions, refers to the need for balancing your financial obligations in comparison to your expected equipment utilization needs. A well-liked industry rule of thumb favors buying equipment when you expect to achieve a utilization factor of 60 percent or higher. But which of the three options is the most flexible? Whether to rent, lease or buy isn’t always clear. You should take a disciplined approach based on your needs for balance and flexibility. This Construction Business Owner article covers how to arrive at an approach that works for you.