Hugg & Hall News

4 Ways Utility Services Can Help You This Summer

We are officially in the peak of the summer months; it’s hot, sticky, and some of us are in the midst of hurricane season. But, none of these challenges are to big or to small for Hugg & Hall’s Utility […]

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Tips To Keeping Your Equipment Up & Running In The Heat

For equipment owners/users, warmer temperatures present unique challenges which require seasonal maintenance routines. Hugg & Hall Equipment Company is dedicated to supporting their customers through the equipment renting, owning and/or maintenance process. As such, here are some tips for keeping equipment […]

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The Electric Push | Transforming the Construction Industry

The Electric Push | Transforming the Construction Industry With the never-ending push to improve our carbon footprint, more and more companies are beginning to offer electric equipment options into their fleets. Electric equipment reserves the same power diesel-powered machines provide […]

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Skyjack Lift 3219 | Common Errors & Quick Fixes

In this video our Rental Equipment Shop Technician, Nick Chaney addresses some common errors & quick fixes you might encounter when working with our 3219 Skyjack lift! If you’re still experiencing technical issues please contact our service department, we would […]

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Modernizing the Construction Industry: Client Engagement

When improving client engagement, businesses often consider performance, service, and support. Nonetheless, client retention goes far beyond high-quality products and service; supporting customers and encouraging spending is not always enough. This kind of interaction may in fact cause clients to […]

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Winter Weather Safety

  When winter weather strikes, it is important for construction sites to stay active and productive. Bitter cold, snow and ice can cause conditions that are damaging to equipment and could cause personal risk; leading to jobs falling behind schedule. […]

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Is A Harness Required?

When are you required to use a harness? The short answer to this question is: it’s complicated. There are many variables that contribute to when a worker is required to wear a harness such as working heights, the type of […]

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Securing Your Jobsite During the Holidays

“It’s the most wonderful time of the year!”  For your unattended jobsite, however, that may not be the case. The holidays are here and that means many construction sites will shut down for a day or two, possibly even longer. […]

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The Pressure to Perform

The Pressure to Perform   Tire pressure is the manufacturers recommended inflation rate, variant on load, speed, and other components. Proper measures of tire pressure are read during cold inflation before the machine is operated. Checking the psi of each […]

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𝗦𝗣𝗢𝗢𝗞𝗬 construction 𝗛𝗢𝗥𝗥𝗢𝗥 stories

To celebrate Halloween, we’re sharing some of the creepiest jobsite stories we were able to dig up. From ghoulie superintendents to unwelcomed finds underground, these misfortunate jobsites are full of crazy claims and even crazier sightings– enough to scare the […]

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