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4 Things to Consider Before Buying a Crane
« on: June 08, 2015, 05:31:04 PM »
Are you looking for an industrial crane? Or maybe you just need something to help you with an extensive home renovation. Whatever your reasons for shopping cranes, here are four things you should consider before signing on the dotted line.

1. Design

How do you intend to use the crane? Does its fabrication support that purpose? Is it made of strong, durable materials, and does it come with variable or adjustable components that you can customize to your liking while in the field?

2. Delivery

Shipping costs can turn an inexpensive crane into a serious money sink. Make sure you understand the manufacturer's shipping policy before you commit to a purchase. You might find better deals elsewhere.

3. Price

In addition to delivery costs, you'll also want to beware things like installation, maintenance and on-site repair fees. Even if the crane itself is within the limits of your budget, these miscellaneous expenses can really skyrocket your bill. Take care to keep all costs in mind when considering your price range.

4. Service

It's no use buying a crane that breaks down in the field. Take the time to read reviews of crane manufacturing companies and their products. If they have an excessive amount of complaints against them, you'll know to take your business elsewhere.

Cranes are invaluable tools for construction work. Just make sure you're buying the right kind by using these four tips. Click here for more information about cranes and crane parts.

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