The economy continues to grow, although the pace might not be as robust as most would like. Still, the uptick continues and it will have a direct impact on your customers' purchasing and rental habits for the coming year.
Some technology might not be in wide use yet, but thanks to the consumer’s growing appetite for instant information, it will likely become a necessary part of renting equipment in the not too distant future.
Rental asked construction industry economists to weigh in on what to expect in 2014. Among key areas of concern are construction activity, unemployment, raw material costs, and the general economic outlook for the coming year.
A customer wants to rent an equipment trailer? No big deal, right? Well, that depends on any number of variables, not the least of which is how much experience potential renters have towing and backing up a trailer, what they plan to haul, and where...
The decorative concrete market spells opportunity for rental houses. Equipment and products are specialized -- and in many cases, costly -- so it pays to rent from both a DIYer's and contractor’s perspective.
Increasing reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP), incorporating a percentage of shingle content, adding crumb rubber, and producing warm mix lowers the cost of maintaining quality road systems and reduces the consumption of valuable resources.