Looking for a versatile piece of equipment for your next major construction project? A skid steer may be the perfect fit! Skid steer loaders are highly versatile machines for moving and distributing material. See if a skid steer is the right fit for your next project.
Skid steers offer many valuable features. They are called skid steers because they “skid” to steer (the wheels do not turn, they only go forward or backward). In order to “turn” the driver has to operate the left and right wheel pairs at different speeds. They come in wheeled and tracked versions. Tracked versions have low ground pressure for soft soil and grass surfaces, making them a good choice for landscaped areas. The skid steers available for rent through Diamond Rental feature a 10.5” ground clearance and a 40.6” wheelbase. With an arm lifting force of 3,000 pounds, it has plenty of power to tackle any big job.
These machines are easy to operate, with pilot controls that are intuitive and easy to learn. The lift arms are typically alongside the driver, and the the cab is enclosed to protect the driver. If you are unsure of how to operate any of the controls, our knowledgeable staff would be happy to demonstrate the proper operations.
Uses for Skid Steer Loaders
Skid steer loaders can be invaluable in tackling big construction jobs. They can be used for earthmoving on a building site, or even to clean stalls in a barn. They are also useful for landscaping projects.
Finding the proper size skid steer for your job is crucial to the success of your project. A large skid steer would not be appropriate to landscape a small yard, while a small skid steer would not be appropriate for moving large amounts of dirt on a construction site.
Rent a Skid Steer Loader
Diamond Rental offers flexible rental options to fit your schedule. Rental terms and rates vary from $35 for 1 hour, or $625 for one week. They can be towed behind a pickup truck or conveniently delivered, making it easy to get your job started.
Multiple attachments are available, including a concrete breaker, post hole digger, trencher, weed mowers, tillers and pallet forks. This makes your skid steer loader even more versatile, and will enable you to tackle big projects in no time. No matter what project you plan to tackle, whether landscaping, farming, or construction, a skid steer has an attachment that can help you complete the job easily.
Make Your Next Project Simple
A skid steer loader is an incredibly versatile piece of equipment. It can be used for everything from landscaping, to construction. With many optional attachments to choose from, the list of tasks this tool can undertake is practically endless. Rent a skid steer loader, and make your next large project simple. Contact the Diamond Rental location nearest you to rent a skid steer today. Our team will be happy to discuss which attachments will be the best solution for your project.