5 Ways to Better Manage Heavy Rental Equipment for Your Construction Business

The construction industry grappled with serious issues during Covid-19 but responded well to a surge in demand recently. The construction rental equipment market has been vital in supporting rapid growth in the industry. ResearchandMarkets reports that the heavy rental equipment market is projected to reach $117,788.8 million by 2030 with a CAGR of 4.3% from 2021 to 2030. This growth may translate into an increase in customer demand, greater adoption of advanced, up-to-date rental equipment, and increased profits for rental businesses.

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6 Equipment Theft Protection Ideas To Protect Your Rental Business

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According to the NICB report, heavy equipment is two times more likely to be damaged and five times more likely to be stolen. This makes equipment theft protection crucial because rental businesses that incur these losses can be burdened with large and unaccounted expenses. The high cost of replacement and the revenue lost from current orders because of the unavailability of equipment can easily result in lower profits for the business. 

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5 Useful Tips on How To Choose the Right Equipment Rental Software

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Choosing the right equipment rental software is an important decision for your rental business. In today’s highly competitive business environment, you have a wide range of software purchase options – both from feature and cost standpoints – that can directly impact your success and growth.

There are multiple factors to consider to help ensure a sound investment in equipment rental software that is the right fit for your business needs.

Here are some useful tips that can help with decision-making: 

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5 Ways To Ensure Equipment Reliability and Help Your Customers Avoid Heavy Rental Equipment Accidents

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Construction businesses handle various projects, all of which need various kinds of equipment. Whether it’s a bulldozer, backhoe, or scaffolding machine, machinery is always a significant investment. This is why renting heavy rental equipment for the duration of the project can be a practical and cost-effective solution that prevents heavy rental equipment accidents.

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6 Common Challenges Faced by Rental Businesses and How a Rental Software Can Help

The equipment rental market in the United States is expected to grow to $57.5 billion by the end of 2024. This means rental businesses can expect an increase in customer demand and profits. On the other hand, increasing demand can also hurt the potential of your rental business if manual methods are used to run day-to-day rental operations, resulting in more challenges than benefits.

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6 Practical Tips on Procurement for Your Construction Rental Equipment Business

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The United States construction industry is expected to grow by 8%  this year due to increased spending in the housing market as well as a hike in federal spending on infrastructure projects.  This means a rise in demand for construction rental equipment as your customers look to rent everything from heavy machinery to tools and supplies. 

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