Choosing The Right Diamond Blade: Wet, Dry, Hard Or Soft?

When deciding on the type of diamond blade you need, it all comes down to what sort of work you're doing. Will you be applying water to the blade as you cut? Are you mostly cutting through softer or harder materials? Answering these questions will lead you to the right type of blade for your tasks. Wet Blades Versus Dry Blades Diamond blades are often described as cutting through material, but in fact, what they actually do is grind through it. [Read More]

Keep Your Landscape Business Growing With Rental Equipment

Landscaping requires a large array of equipment, and not having the proper tools for a job may cause you to lose out on a lucrative opportunity. Garden rentals can be a lifesaver for those one-off jobs or to keep you up and running when your own equipment breaks down. Garden Bed Building Most of the time, garden bed building doesn't require any specialized equipment other than shovels, hoes, wheelbarrows and a strong back. [Read More]

For The Love Of Forklifts: 3 Tips To Keep Workers Safe

Having access to a forklift can be a convenient way to move goods around your warehouse. Since a forklift makes it possible to move heavy loads in a single trip, you can reduce the amount of time that it takes to fill a tractor trailer or relocate pallets of goods to a storage facility. Unfortunately, the convenience of a forklift comes with some dangers. If you want to ensure that your workers remain safe at all times while sharing the warehouse with a forklift, here are three safety tips to keep in mind. [Read More]