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Tips on Controlling Operating Costs in Construction and Landscaping on eeeequipment.com

Tips on Controlling Operating Costs in Construction and Landscaping

September 19th, 2018 by | No comments

More efficiency. Less fuel and manpower needed At the risk of sounding like “Business Rules 101,” your profit margin has two main moving parts: revenue and expense. If you want greater profits, increase revenue or reduce expense. Revenue increases run the risk of employee overload or sacrificing quality if you don’t have the pieces in Read more…


Robots and Construction Could Be the Perfect Partnership on eeeequipment.com

Robots and Construction Could Be the Perfect Partnership

September 12th, 2018 by | No comments

Three reasons why this industry is starting to welcome mechanical workers It’s difficult to discuss technology and the future without mentioning robots. Although the belief that they will soon take all of our jobs has been overblown, robots are beginning to play a bigger role in the workplace. Robots aren’t really doing things completely on Read more…


Head to Head: Is There Any Sacrifice if You Switch to Battery-Powered Construction Equipment? on eeeequipment.com

Head to Head: Is There Any Sacrifice if You Switch to Battery-Powered Construction Equipment?

September 5th, 2018 by | No comments

Will switching to battery-powered construction equipment means that it’ll take longer to get jobs done because they’re less powerful? The emphatic answer is no. Our roads and highways aren’t the only places where electric motors are changing the playing field. Internal combustion-powered construction equipment might still be the norm, but more firms are moving toward Read more…


The Battery-Powered and Green Building Evolution is Underway. Will Your Firm Adapt? on eeeequipment.com

The Battery-Powered and Green Building Evolution is Underway. Will Your Firm Adapt?

August 22nd, 2018 by | No comments

It’s a major change – but going electric is easier than you think The construction sector isn’t among the most adaptable of industries. Diesel-powered vehicles and tools have long been the standard due to industry resistance to change. It’s been a slow process over almost half a century (The Clean Air Act was implemented in Read more…


What’s Standing in the Way of Off-Highway Electric Construction Equipment? on eeeequipment.com

What’s Standing in the Way of Off-Highway Electric Construction Equipment?

August 16th, 2018 by | No comments

There are a few obstacles left, but they’re starting to fall The U.S. may be at the forefront for many things, but sustainable energy really isn’t one of them. According to the most recent Energy Trilemma Index, America isn’t even in the top 10 for most sustainable countries (Denmark is number one, by the way). Read more…


How Much Can Landscaping Really Add to Property Value? on eeeequipment.com

How Much Can Landscaping Really Add to Property Value?

August 14th, 2018 by | No comments

Help your landscaping clients re-think what you do and what it will do for them. It’s not an expense. It’s an investment. “How much is this going to cost me?” Landscapers get used to this question because they hear it all the time. Homeowners don’t expect things to be free, but they often are surprised Read more…


How to Save Over $170K/Year with One Piece of Battery-Powered Construction Equipment on eeeequipment.com

How to Save Over $170K/Year with One Piece of Battery-Powered Construction Equipment

July 26th, 2018 by | No comments

Cost savings come from dramatically reduced labor and fuel costs with battery-powered equipment for construction, demolition, and landscaping As the electrification of the auto industry is exploding with new EV cars, hybrids, and heavy-duty trucks, the newest cost-saving trend for construction, demolition, and landscaping companies is battery-powered construction equipment. Taking the lead from automobile manufacturers, Read more…


Recent Commercial Landscaping Trends on eeeequipment.com

Recent Commercial Landscaping Trends

July 18th, 2018 by | No comments

Evolving public tastes and the rise of trends like biophilic design have pushed commercial landscapers to help integrate indoor and outdoor spaces. Thankfully, commercial landscapers don’t pay heed to the mass production philosophies of Henry Ford – otherwise, they’d be telling us that we can have our landscaping any way we want it, as long Read more…


Adaptive Reuse: Retrofitting Old Buildings vs. Putting Up New Hotels on eeeequipment.com

Adaptive Reuse: Retrofitting Old Buildings vs. Putting Up New Hotels

July 11th, 2018 by | No comments

The hospitality industry is finding innovative ways to repurpose old structures Looking for the best place to put up a hotel or similar establishment is like looking for a spouse – all the best ones are already taken. Or, are they? Isolated resorts still have their allure but travel and vacation trends have changed. People Read more…