COMPACT & UTILITY EQUIPMENT
Need to move some material? Compact construction equipment will efficiently move material on your job site – no matter how big your construction project is. This type of equipment may be small in size, but that makes it more versatile on the job as opposed to some of the larger, heavier equipment available.
Our line-up of compact & utility equipment includes:
- Skid steer loaders
- Compact track loaders
- Mini excavators
- Compact wheel loaders
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT
From landscaping to heavy excavation, heavy construction equipment is necessary for your large-scale job site if you need a powerful machine to move some dirt around. Our heavy equipment lineup features backhoe loaders, excavators, wheel loaders, dozers, crawler carriers, and more.
Heavy Equipment That’s Best Used For:
Paving machinery is generally used when applying concrete and/or asphalt at a job site – this type of equipment is commonly used when constructing roads and bridges. Our extensive line of paving equipment ranges from pavers and rollers to milling machines, brooms, and recyclers.
MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT
When working with different materials on a job site, it’s important to have a machine that will move, store, or control what you’re working with. Working on a construction project can be physically demanding for workers, but including material handling equipment on-site will make the job safer and more efficient.
Our line-up includes:
- Wood chippers
SCRAP & RECYCLING EQUIPMENT
If you are looking to shred, break down, or compact debris from your job site, consider looking into scrap and recycling equipment. From landfill compactors to low-speed shredders and material scrap handlers, these machines will break down material on your construction site and keep your project clean, efficient, and environmentally friendly.
SPECIALTY CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT
Whether you have a specific need on a job site, or you are looking to diversify the services available from your team, specialty construction equipment comes in handy on any construction project.
Some of our popular specialty construction equipment options include:
- Leica Geosystems
- Light towers
- Trench Rollers
- Hydraulic shears
- Trench boxes
- And more!
Choosing the right trailer for your job is an important decision. Whether you are hauling heavy construction equipment or something compact, trailers are designed to handle various sizes, load capacities, loading, and gate options.
THINGS TO CONSIDER
We understand investing in construction equipment is not a small decision. As you continue to grow your business, there are many options to consider when choosing a used machine in order to get the best deal.
- Keep an eye out for wear and tear
- Check the machine’s history
- Total operating hours
- Maintenance record
- Status of fluids + engine
Read this article to learn more before making your decision.
No matter what piece of used equipment you choose to add to your fleet, the team at Groff Tractor will help you inspect the machine to make sure it fits your specific needs.
Check out our used equipment.
SHOULD I RENT OR BUY?
When choosing to rent vs. buy your construction equipment, financial factors are usually what drives the decision. Renting allows you as the contractor to bill the expenses directly to your customer as opposed to committing to a capital expense.
Are you working on a small job? Or perhaps you have a quick construction project that requires specialty equipment? Renting your construction equipment will be a more cost-effective option for fast, short-term projects, and it will give you the chance to try before you buy.
We understand adding a piece of equipment to your company is no small decision. When you use heavy equipment rentals from Groff Tractor, you’re not only choosing powerful, versatile, and easy-to-use equipment – you’re choosing a business partner.
Check out our heavy equipment rental options.