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Street Sweeper Hire in Dingley Village, VIC 3172

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8th August 2019

What is the right Street Sweeper for my job?

Street sweepers are one of the most commonly used machines across all projects as they are designed to reduce debris and dirt and dispose of it with limited amount of dust blown into the air. Street sweepers are not only seen on construction sites but also seen on street tidy ups, car parks and public areas. Many local councils often hire street sweepers for tidy ups due to the environmental importance of keeping streets and other public areas clean. Additionally street sweepers can be used indoors such industrial warehouse cleans ups, office cleans ups or shopping centre clean ups. When it comes to hiring a street sweeper there are the 3 most common kinds of street sweepers that you can choose from for your project. The 3 different kinds of street sweepers available for hire include: Machine Mounted Street Sweeper Road Truck Street Sweeper Small or Ride on Street Sweeper Machine Mounted Street SweepersThe machine mounted street sweepers mount onto different machines such as tractors, skid steer loaders and forklifts. When you might have time or budget constraints a machine mounted street sweepers come in handy as you wouldn't have to use 2 machines for the projects. Generally you would use a machine mounted street sweeper for smaller to medium projects such as small site clean ups, street clean ups, office, shopping centre or industrial warehouse cleans. A machine mounted street sweepers are generally used for cleans up were you would not be able to get a road truck street sweeper. Road Truck Street SweepersFor larger projects such as street cleans or construction site clean ups a road truck street sweeper comes in handy. Generally a road truck street sweepers are seen on most if not all construction projects across Australia due to the requirements of the projects. A road truck street sweeper comes in a variety of different sizes and is mounted onto the body of a truck. It often comes with different attachments such as hoses, water tanks and various sprayers, and can vacuum debris that accumulates on the streets. They are often used across large construction projects such as road constructions or subdivisions. They are also usually hired by councils for street clean ups and maintenance. Small or Ride on Street SweepersSmall or ride on street sweepers are the smallest of the street sweepers and are generally used for smaller projects such as residential construction sites, offices, hospitals, industrial complexes and warehouses. These compact street sweepers enables you to quickly and efficiently clean the sites and can be used both indoor and outdoor.

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9th August 2019

A guide to Street Sweeper Hire Rates: How much should you be paying to hire a Street Sweeper?

What are typical Machine Mounted Street Sweeper Hire Rates? Road Truck Street Sweeper Hire Rates Road Truck Street Sweeper dry hire rate: $148 - $164 + GST Per Hour Road Truck Street Sweeper wet hire rate: $181 - $204 + GST Per Hour Machine Mounted Street Sweeper dry hire rate: $144 - $160 + GST Per Hour Machine Mounted Street Sweeper wet hire rate: $171 - $196 + GST Per Hour Street Sweeper Labour rate (Driver Cost for Wet Hire): $28 - $36 Inc GST Per Hour When looking at Street Sweeper hire rates, it is important to note that most prices will come exclusive of GST and be based on an hourly dry hire rate. While dry hire alternatives are available in the street sweeper space, this service is rare as usually street sweepers are hired with an operator. Freight and Delivery fees can also be incurred on top of standardised hourly rates. Another factor which may affect the average street sweeper hire rate, is the actual construct of the machine and its sweeping methodology. Street Sweepers are typically made in three primary variants, each ranging in price. The three most common street sweepers include:

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31st January 2019

A step-by-step guide to building a retaining wall

 Steps to build a retaining wall: Know the lay of the land - contact Dial Before You Dig Draft your wall design Finalise plans and mark out area Excavate area and trench Lay and compact road base Lay steel bar grid/mesh and set up wooden forms Pour footing - lay cement and sand mix Screed and level the cement/sand mix Lay first row of bricks Fill first layer of bricks with blue metal aggregate Optional - Install drainage pipe Lay remaining layers of bricks Remove lugs from top layer Install caps Allow everything to dry

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