Seasonal Plant Hire
February 28, 2017
Winter Plant Hire Equipment & Tools, Heating & Drying, Power, Lighting, Pumping & Generators, Tilbury & Thurrock
It’s no secret that the UK’s seasonal weather fluctuation has regularly affected construction project starts. With the winter comes darker nights and mornings, cold or freezing weather, and often torrential rain. This makes any outdoor construction work in Tilbury more tricky and less pleasant slowing things down considerably, which is why it’s a good idea to plan ahead. With experts predicting a continued rise in extreme weather conditions, an essential part of any job is good project management. Contractors need to take into consideration their approach to risks associated with bad weather.
This applies to DIYers too, as factoring in adverse weather can save on time and expense, as well as avoiding the inconvenience of putting right any damage caused by high winds or frost. Lack of visibility, and wet conditions which make the ground slippy underfoot are hazardous and create difficult working conditions. Protective sheeting is sometimes installed around scaffolding and work areas by site managers in order to tackle wind and rain.
Rhinos have a range of Seasonal Plant Hire which provides a perfect solution to many of the issues related to working on outdoor projects during the winter months. Our Winter Plant Hire includes a variety of lighting, power, heating, drying and pumping equipment, which will take away the frustration of winter working in places like Thurrock. Our hire machinery and tools offer exceptional quality and can be hired at extremely reasonable rates. Call us on 01277 372 626
Our unpredictable weather certainly hasn’t impacted our building industry, as the Economic and Construction Market Review compiled by Barbour ABI, states that there has been a sharp increase in the number of houses being built in the UK. Construction contracts amounted to £2.7bn in January 2017, representing an 83% increase in comparison to January 2016. Private house building enjoyed favourable market conditions, and led at 91%, a dramatic rise from 66% a year earlier.