Rental Equipment Blog & News

Six Fall Home Improvement Projects to Do Before Winter

Posted 10/21/2021 by Diamond Rental
Fall is here and winter weather is fast approaching. What better time to complete those home improvement projects and repairs you?ve been putting off? Here's our top six indoor and outdoor fall home improvement projects and the tools you'll need to get the job done.Continue Reading >>

Tips for Forklift Safety

Posted 10/11/2021 by Diamond Rental
Forklifts are essential construction site machinery, but they can also be incredibly dangerous if not operated correctly. According to OSHA estimates, just under 100 construction deaths per year are caused by forklifts ? but most if not all of these deaths are preventable. Forklift safety requires that operators take certain measures before, during and after the forklift is in use, and failure to follow these procedures can result in injury or even death.Continue Reading >>

End-of-Season Yard Equipment Maintenance

Posted 9/21/2020 by Diamond Rental
With winter approaching, it's almost time to store your yard equipment for the colder months. Before your machines go into storage, remember to properly maintain each of them to ensure their performance in the spring. These end-of-season equipment maintenance tips will help you get started.Continue Reading >>

What Is the Best Snow Removal Equipment?

Posted 1/8/2020 by Diamond Rental
Snow in Utah can be a major problem during the winter months. In order to remove snow from roads, parking lots, and job sites, it's important that you have the right equipment to handle the job quickly and efficiently. These are some of the best machines for snow removal, along with a few attachments that will help make things even easier! Continue Reading >>

Protecting Your Jobsite From Winter Weather

Posted 12/14/2019 by Diamond Rental
With winter weather in full swing in Utah, it's important for contractors to know what's available to protect their jobsite from snow and ice along with keeping their workers warm and safe if working outside this season. Continue Reading >>