The versatility of skid steer and compact track loaders makes them ideal for commercial and residential use. They can be used for a multitude of landscape applications and excavation projects ranging from small to quite extensive.
Contractors rely on loader backhoes to tackle all sorts of landscape challenges and to make excavation work go more quickly.
The cost to rent a backhoe will depend on the size, horsepower, and amount of time you need to complete your project. On average, rentals will cost between $300-$500 per day. At Eagle Power & Equipment, daily backhoe rentals range from $273 for a Kubota B26 with 26HP to $415 per day to rent a Case 590SN with 110HP.
We help contractors and homeowners in Montgomeryville, PA, West Chester, PA, and New Castle, Delaware save money with convenient power equipment rentals.
As an attachment, a backhoe can turn a skid steer or track loader into an agile excavator, and you don’t need to add a separate power machine to your fleet. For DIY-ers, renting a backhoe can make home improvement feasible.
Anyone who owns heavy equipment knows the best way to keep every piece in top shape is with proper preventive maintenance. Skid steers, one of the most versatile pieces of equipment used in various industries, require proper upkeep to help maintain peak performance and to extend the life of the machinery.
A regular checklist of routine maintenance can help you avoid costly power equipment repair bills. When it comes to which skid steer to choose, Eagle Power & Equipment can help you decide. We’re an authorized dealer of CASE and Kubota skid steers, the best in the industry. Both these popular skid steer brands offer superior performance and excellent maneuverability.
Different types of forklifts can help increase productivity at your workplace, on your farm, or at the construction site. Where the terrain might be challenging or unfinished, a rough terrain forklift can help you save labor and money.
Eagle Power & Equipment proudly sells CASE rough terrain forklifts, which provide smooth and stable material handling performance regardless of the conditions at ground level.
Coolant (antifreeze diluted with water) lowers the freezing point of water and raises the boiling point of water. Yet, not all coolants are the same. Be sure to use the right one for your equipment.
The right coolant for your power equipment will depend on the type of equipment, its brand, the model, the year it was manufactured, and even the metal parts it contacts (cast iron, aluminum, etc.).
Most heavy equipment manufacturers will carry their own brand of engine coolant. For instance, CASE IH developed an antifreeze premix specific for use with its Efficient Power engines.
Your equipment will have specific coolant recommendations in the owner’s manual. You can also ask our service technicians to assist you in finding the best coolant for your machine.
When temperatures decrease, tire pressure can drop. It’s reported that with every 10-degree drop in temps, your tire pressure drops 1 pound per square inch (1 PSI).
Yet low tire pressure may require your heavy equipment to use more fuel to get the job done. It can also cause more wear on your tires. So what should tire pressure be in winter?
30 to 35 PSI is generally recommended as the ideal tire pressure for winter temperatures, but the exact recommended pressure varies depending on the type of vehicle and how low the temperature drops.
Ultimately, it’s important to check your vehicle’s owner’s manual and go with the recommended tire pressure provided. Some tires will have ideal PSI listed on the tire sidewalls. Your machine’s recommended tire pressure might also be listed on a sticker inside the driver’s door.
Dropping temperatures might cause a heavy load to need a higher PSI but start with the recommended PSI. Measure the pressure while your tires are cold. Inflate them to that recommended PSI.
This is the time of year to get your snow removal equipment purchased, serviced, and ready for action.
You’ll need equipment that clears snow and ice from roads, parking lots, driveways, and walkways. Depending on whether you contract with a commercial property or a residential property, your equipment can range from skid steers, tractors, and ATVs to walk-behind snow blowers, salt spreaders, and your own 4X4 truck. Eagle Power & Equipment is a full-service snow plow and spreader dealer.
Skid-steer loaders are some of the most popular vehicles for clearing snow because they work with many types of add-ons.
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Workers who spend much of their day outside performing manual labor or work in hot environments are susceptible to dehydration, heat stress, and other heat-related dangers. Employers should have plans and training in place to help staff avoid heat stress on the job site. The more your staff knows about the risks of heat-related illnesses, the better their health, safety, and productivity.
Sometimes it is in a company’s best interest to rent heavy equipment rather than purchase it. The cost of buying equipment can take up a large part of a firm’s budget. In today’s business climate, some companies are already facing financial challenges due to pandemic restrictions, so construction equipment rental may be the most feasible option to sustain operations and grow your business.
Renting construction equipment not only saves you money upfront, but it can save you money in maintenance and repair costs down the line.
We provide construction equipment rentals ranging from skid steers, track loaders, forklifts, tree removal equipment, bulldozers, trench rollers, wheel loaders, excavators, and more. We also rent attachments.
Eagle is a family-run and founded on more than 25 years’ worth of serving seven counties in three states: Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties in Pennsylvania, New Castle County in Delaware, and Cecil County in Maryland.
We have firsthand experience and knowledge to help you rent the construction equipment you need, at fair rental rates — whether daily, weekly, or monthly.