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In the Construction Business? Where to Get the Right Tools
« on: September 13, 2014, 11:52:47 AM »
The construction business can be a very business one, but it’s also one that requires a fair amount of capital if you’re going to start your company the right way. If you’re starting a construction business and you’re trying to do it on any sort of budget – even a moderate one that allows for office space and tools – you need to be smart about how you buy your items. Use this guide to help you understand more about buying tools for your company and some inventive ways to go about it when you’re just starting up.

Develop a Good Relationship with Your Broker

Buying all of your tools from one company is often a good idea when you’re starting a construction business because you can open up an account that will give you time to pay for tools. Most companies will offer you 60 to 90 days to pay, though others may give you up to six months, especially on high volume orders.

Consider Buying Used

When you’re buying expensive construction or demolition tools , one of the best things that you can do when it comes to very large items that cost tens of thousands of dollars is to consider buying used. After all, construction companies and rental companies often sell lightly used large tools when they go out of business or simply buy new ones.

Of course, you’ll want to have any major piece of equipment you buy inspected to make sure that it’s safe. Still, buying used can save you thousands in some cases.
« Last Edit: September 13, 2014, 11:55:13 AM by Keith »

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