All-terrain equipment is specially designed to function in the most challenging, uneven and hard to access areas.
Whatever project you have, it’s important to make sure your equipment can gain access to where it needs to go and maintain the quality and functionality that is necessary.
With superior construction, efficient engines, ergonomic design and versatile functionality, the latest all-terrain equipment gives you more options than ever before.
Whether you are working in a quarry, forest, desert, snow, ice or in ditches, an all-terrain unit is a tough and reliable choice that offers far more freedom than truck-mounted equipment.
Types of all-terrain utility vehicles
There are a number of options if you need all-terrain equipment hire, and it’s important to get the right machine for the job.
One option is rough terrain scissors which are diesel-powered lifts that provide access no matter how rough and complex the job site is. Other all-terrain equipment you can hire includes:
- Mounted diggers
- Drill rigs
- Rough terrain forklifts
- Rough terrain scissors
- Aerial buckets
- and more
All-terrain equipment will also allow your team to work in a wider range of conditions, providing weather protection and increased productivity.
Look for an equipment hire company that offers maintenance services, has an excellent track record and has a range of different hire options.
It’s also a good option to consider hiring if you have a long-term project and need the equipment for a set amount of time.
Hiring all-terrain equipment
If you have a project that requires specialised tools or machinery, you may be wondering whether it is worth buying or hiring all-terrain equipment.
Of course, purchasing the equipment outright means you can use it whenever you want, and it should have a guarantee and after-sales service, so this is a good option for businesses and construction companies.
However, you will also have to think about storage options if it is a large piece of machinery and purchasing speciality all-terrain equipment can sot thousands.
Hiring all-terrain equipment is a better option if you have a one-time project, don’t have storage space or are unsure how often you will use the equipment.
Projects which need all terrain equipment hire
Tracked vehicles which can function on all terrains are ideal for a number of projects, including oil drilling, construction work, utility work and excavation.
Hiring all-terrain equipment is a good idea for the environments listed below, especially if you only need the equipment for a single project or contract:
- Construction sites
- Timber forestry
- Builders’ merchants
- Docks and yards
- Remote locations
If you’re unsure which machinery is best suited to your project, our experienced team will be happy to help and advise you on the best choice.