Renting Heavy Equipment In The Winter

The clocks have changed and the days are shorter – which means winter is almost here – but don’t let the changing seasons keep you from getting your jobs done right. The list of home and business projects are endless, but there are certain jobs that almost always take place

Silica Dust- What You Should Know

The Damaging Effects Of Silica Dust Did you know Silica dust exists primarily as quartz and is the second most common mineral in the earth’s crust and can be very dangerous? Silica dust is very common and can be a hazardous mineral compound found in numerous industries, the construction industry is

Baxter’s Blog: Tracks or Tires?

“Ruff!” I’m Baxter and I put the ‘Dog’ in Black Dog Equipment. While wandering around the lot, I noticed two very similar machines with one major difference. One had tires, like on the cars I chase, and the other had tracks. “So what’s the difference?” I asked myself. I decided to

Do I Need a Permit for That?

Last month, we talked about how Big Ideas, Small Spaces are becoming a popular trend for many Colorado Families. In this post, we will dig a little deeper and talk about the nitty-gritty part of projects: Permits.  When you have big ideas, it’s easy to get carried away. But as

Big Ideas, Small Spaces

We don’t know if you’ve noticed, but there’s a new trend blossoming in Colorado: Hobby Farms.  Studies show that many educated individuals are leaving behind their desk jobs and picking up shovels.  Young Americans are demanding more local and sustainable products, and as a result, they are moving their families
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