If you’re new to bulldozer hire the prospect might be a little daunting. There are several common questions when it comes to hiring a bulldozer, such as ‘How much does it cost?’, and ‘What types of bulldozer are there?’
We’ve answered these elsewhere, so in this post we’re breaking down the process itself, to make it as clear as possible for you.
Before you hire a bulldozer it’s important to familiarise yourself with the various types available. Search through our range, and get acquainted with the options. You’re looking for a dozer that is best suited to your requirements when it comes to a few key areas:
Whether it has an Intelligent Machine Control system.
Once you have some idea of what you might need, get in touch via our enquiry form. Let us know what you need, as well as any dozers you’ve seen that you think might be suited for you needs.
We’ll be in touch to arrange for you to speak to one of our experts. They will advise you on whether the machine you’ve selected is definitely right for the job, suggest more suitable machines if needed, give you a quote for the price of hiring it, and let you know what its availability is.
Once you’ve made your final decision and arranged to hire the right dozer for your project, you can either come and get it, or we’ll send it to you.
The option you choose will depend on your location, needs and transport abilities. Depending on which is more convenient, you can collect your bulldozer from one of our depots in Southampton, North Wales, and Cornwall, or we’ll ship your bulldozer to you (even if you’re an international client).
Once you have your dozer ready to go, be sure to make the most out of it. Pay attention to any instructions that come with it. If you’ve selected a machine with IMC, be sure you’re fully aware of the capabilities and benefits that come with this, and use it to its fullest advantage. And if you run into trouble, or are unsure about anything when it comes to using your bulldozer, get in touch, and take full advantage of our expertise when it comes to these machines...