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Compact Pressure Washers

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Compact Pressure Washers

Compact Pressure washers assist in cleaning away surface debris with ease, such as mould, mud, dirt and other applications, such as graffiti

Mini Pressure Washer

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Mini Pressure Washer

Mini Pressure Washer makes it easy to clean away dirt, mould, mud and other surface debris.

High Visual Feet

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These high visual feet are ideal for holding fencing panels in areas where there is a lot of footfall.

Manchester – The City of Growth

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Manchester - The City of Growth

Manchester, a city currently tormenting the masses with roadworks at every major junction. It’s also a city leading the construction boom being experienced across the North West. As the rest of the country slowly awakes from its slumber, experiencing a 0.4% increase in construction output in February 2019[1], the North West, and Manchester in particular, continues to see an increase in the number of construction projects. Continuing on from a tremendous Aug-Nov 2018, which saw total construction output increase by almost 15% compared to Aug-Nov 2017[2], the market is showing no signs of slowing down with the number of cranes…

Shopfitting – A New Construction Trend

Relevance: 19%      Posted on: 19th July 2018

Shopfitting - A New Construction Trend

Construction companies tasked with changing the landscape of the UK are currently realigning their thought processes and moving towards hiring plant. It’s a trend that started in 2007 due to the global economic crisis, and could continue over the next 5-10 years, with no end currently in sight. Change in Business Models The simple explanation as to why construction companies are now moving towards the hiring option is because of capital expenditure. It is much easier to control capex when equipment is brought in as and when required. This coupled with the changing dynamic of the individuals managing construction organisations…

Using Plant in Cold Weather

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Using Plant in Cold Weather

Operating plant and machinery in winter is the same as running a car. It needs extra love, extra attention, and nurturing through winter. Without TLC, plant and machinery will deteriorate and productivity will considerably decline. This year, the winter months are expected to be even worse than they were last year, with news outlets reporting the UK is set for the "coldest winter in a decade." Before we delve into specifics, it must be stated that site safety is everyone’s responsibility. If you see a potentially unsafe operating condition, such as snow covering a hazard or a frozen lake, it…

Powered Access Hire for Christmas Lights

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Powered Access Hire for Christmas Lights

Up and down the UK, in towns and cities planning is underway to bring special Christmas spirit to shoppers. This may be the guise of garlands festooned across the public walkways of shopping centres, modest micro displays powered by and attached to street lampposts to full on glitzy displays that span across your high street. There is no denying we love Christmas decorations in the UK. Working at height with Christmas displays is a matter of safety and ensuring that what goes up stays there and when the displays are going up, workers are safe and there is not any…

A Changing Economic Climate

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A Changing Economic Climate

Not only is the Earth’s natural climate warming up, with the UK feeling the heat over the last week, but some major firms are also feeling the heat of the economic climate. It was recently announced Homebase is considering closing 80 stores throughout the UK, and this has been followed up by an announcement that up to 300 jobs will be cut at Homebase’s head office in Milton Keynes. Homebase’s rise and fall is testament to an unsteady and unpredictable UK economy, which has caused the closure of numerous high street stores in the UK retail sector. The uncertainty has…

PAL Hire Launches its Eco-Friendly and Events Sections

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PAL Hire Launches its Eco-Friendly and Events Sections

We are live! PAL Hire has launched its dedicated eco-friendly and events sections on its website. The eco-friendly section is designed to entice a greater number of contractors to utilise green energy solutions on their projects. Eco-Friendly Solutions PAL Hire understands the changing nature of the construction industry and the pressure organisations are under to reduce their impact on the environment. Corporate and social responsibility is high on the agenda when it comes to tendering for new projects. As a leading company within the equipment hire industry, PAL Hire understands the need for environmental awareness and sustainability. We continually work…

Powered Access Equipment

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Powered Access Equipment

PAL Hire reaches new heights through its offering of powered access equipment. Pardon the play on words, but we can help you soar and reach the top of the tower. Our equipment offering suits a range of requirements, whether indoor or outdoor, and we deliver equipment throughout the UK. There are several different types of powered access equipment offered by PAL Hire, including boom lifts, low level access platforms, scissor lifts, and mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs). Alongside this, we offer a full range of training courses, including the world-renowned IPAF training course. Boom Lifts Boom lifts are incredibly versatile…