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Sit Down forklifts and counterbalanced trucks are the most popular lift type available and are used in a variety of applications both indoor and outdoor. They are most effective in warehouses and environments where the operator doesn't need to get in and out of the truck frequently after a load is moved.
If you have ever wanted assistance pulling a heavy load on a pallet jack, you've subconsciously wished you had a Walkie Stackie. Sometimes referred to as Walk-Behind Pallet Trucks, these machines were made to be the helping hand you've always needed when moving materials across a floor.
Featuring two forks - raised and lowered by pumping a hydraulic handle - Pallet Jacks are used to assist in the manual transportation of pallets and other materials across a warehouse floor. Electric Pallet Trucks can be used to transport loads across a warehouse floor that might otherwise strain an operator.
Designed for lifting and placing materials on rooftops, construction zones, and other hard to reach places, Telehandlers are versatile machines great for most outdoor jobs. They tend to be hard to come by however, so we take special care to make sure we always have some in stock for you.
Scissor Lifts are designed to lift an operator and materials vertically to a destination via a work platform. They are best used for jobs such as ceiling construction, sign hanging, painting, and other maintenance projects where it is safer and more convenient to use a scissor lift than a traditional ladder.
Boom Lifts are designed with an aerial work platform attached to a hydraulically powered arm that extends to deliver the operator up and over to their destination. Boom Lifts can have a straight telescopic or articulating arms to wrap around corners and hard to reach areas. Boom Lifts are drivable but there are towable options.
Wheel Loaders are large pieces of heavy equipment built to pick up and move materials. Mostly found on construction sites or being utilized agricultural and landscaping projects, wheel loaders are the choice to pick when a backhoe or a skid steer's capacity is too small to get the job done efficiently.
A backhoe is a type of excavating equipment equipped with a bucket on the front of the machine and an articulated digging arm on the rear. Also referred to as backhoe loaders, these machines are used for anything from digging fence posts, irrigation channels, material hauling, grading, and more.
Mini Excavators or Compact Excavators have all the benefits of their larger counterparts with some added mobility to operate effectively in smaller spaces. Small building demolition, tree harvesting, roadside construction projects, and pool installation projects are just some of the many uses for a mini excavator.
Skid Steers or Skid Loaders are small, hardy, and widely adaptable construction vehicle used for transporting a variety of materials across job sites. Some of the most common uses for a skid steer include digging, transporting debris like snow and gravel, grading, backfilling, and other material handling, or agricultural work.