Hugg & Hall News

Weather and Wildlife Hazards

As the seasons begin to change, it’s a great time for a refresher on a few important safety tips. With cooler/damper weather arriving during the daylight hours, many types of wildlife will start to travel across roadways. While animal strikes […]

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Average Lifespan of a Forklift

Forklifts, and any heavy equipment for that matter, is a pricey investment. We want to get the most for our money, and want machinery that will last for years to come. So, what is the average lifespan of a forklift? […]

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Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety- Fire Prevention Week

  Fire Prevention Week is observed during the week in which October 9th falls and was first proclaimed in 1925 by President Calvin Coolidge. Knowing the right time to change the batteries in your smoke or carbon monoxide (CO) detector […]

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Jobsite Approved Lunches

Jobsites can be unpredictable, especially while the heat of summer is in full effect! As millions of Americans carry “sack lunches” onto the jobsite, it is important to assure proper cooking and handling has been done. So, enjoy these quick tips […]

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5 Summer Safety Tips

The summer months come and go in the blink of an eye, but the warmer temperatures can linger on well into the fall. When working in these hotter conditions, employees need to take certain precautions to prevent heat-related illnesses. Below […]

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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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