Even small construction companies can get in on bidding for jobs and competing with other companies hungry for work. You sometimes have to be clever about the way that you compete for tenders and you have to make sure we have the right equipment and materials to get the job done as quickly and efficiently as possible; we can to keep clients coming back. This can mean using a construction broker to make sure you get the right combo of new equipment and secondhand equipment to help the business succeed. This blog is about finding and choosing heavy construction equipment for your small scale construction company.
When you first bought your property, you may not have thought about clearing the land at the time. In fact, your main focus may have been to simply get moved into the home and worry about clearing extra land later. Now that it is time to clear that extra land, either for more yard space or another building, you may be looking at bulldozing options. Here are a few to consider:
If the land that you need to be moved and cleared is primarily sand, with no real stumps or heavy rocks, then a crawler may be ideal. Crawlers are primarily used for sand and loose rocks or gravel. They can make quick work of these items and they can help level out the land as well. This can be ideal if you are trying to do both and get the land ready for other out buildings like sheds or even granny flats. You can also get crawler dozers at most hire locations for daily or weekly rental hire contracts.
The wheeled bulldozer is the more common option for land clearing. It is used for larger tracts of land and can remove virtually anything in its path. It does tend to rip up tree stumps and larger rocks, so if you want to keep any of these in the natural landscape, you will want to move around them or have a professional handle the land clearing to avoid any issues. The wheeled bulldozer is generally much larger and does require someone with a certification or training to drive it and operate it safely and properly.
Combined Clearing Methods
If the landscape has a mixture of sand, gravel, trees, larger rocks, and other obstructions then you may want to go with a professional combined clearing method. This means that both bulldozer types will be employed and that they will be used to clear the land in the way you want. If you use this method you can tell the contractors how and where you want the area cleared and for what purpose. They can work with what you need and give you the end result without damaging the landscape for your project.
By considering your various options, you may be able to lower the cost of the land clearing as well as ensure that you are getting the job down in as speedy of a way as possible. Remember, some of these options may require certain permits depending on your location. Before moving forward, check with your local contractor permit office to determine if any special licenses will be required.Share
3 September 2017