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Home Improvements That Save You Money

Not all home improvements result in a jaw-dropping reveal, worthy of a home improvement television show “before and after” scene.

However, some of the less glamorous home improvements that you could do to your home may prove to be the most important. Projects like installing a dehumidification system, re-insulating your attic, and sealing foundation cracks often result in long-term savings, once the jobs are complete. Some important home improvement projects you may choose to tackle yourself, while others you may decide to hire a licensed contractor.

Read more about some home improvement projects that can save you money.

Whether you are a Do It Yourself homeowner or an industry professional, visit us in Jupiter, FL for all of your lawn-and-garden, tool and equipment rental needs. We provide customers in Palm Beach and Martin Counties with state of the art, perfectly maintained tools and equipment for contractors, homeowners and landscapers. Our highly competitive prices and personalized customer service are no match for impersonal big-box retailers.

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Contractors Should Rent Rather Than Buy Equipment

The appeal of renting equipment and renting for longer terms is increasing among contractors because of “the uncertainty created by the economic downturn of the last few years and an unwillingness to commit to purchases, given the work situation,” says Sidney Sexson, senior vice president at Wells Fargo Equipment Finance, Tempe, Ariz.

Scarce new development activity amid tight lending conditions has ratcheted up the rivalry among job-hungry contractors, leaving more firms vying for fewer projects. The increased competition has narrowed already slim bidding margins, forcing contractors to eke out a financial edge wherever possible. For some firms, that has meant renting rather than buying. Equipment rentals allow contractors to shift downtime risk while trimming expenses, including licensing, insurance, taxes and debt, among others.

The U.S. rental business grew an estimated 18.6% in 2011, according to the Associated Equipment Manufacturers, a Milwaukee-based industry trade group. This year, North American equipment rentals are expected to generate $33.5 billion in revenue, an increase of 6.9% and more than three times the expected growth rate of the U.S. economy, says the Moline, Ill.-based American Rental Association. Rentals offer a flexible, safe solution as the economy makes a jagged recovery.