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If you have some heavy work ahead of you, you will probably need to hire some professional riggers to help you out.

If you are moving machinery from one factory to another or handling heavy materials on a work site, chances are you will not be able to do it alone. Professional rigging services will allow you to complete the job at hand safely and on time. If you are in El Paso or the surrounding areas, Southwestern Industrial Contractors and Riggers can assist you with any rigging of heavy materials you may need. We have the skills and knowledge to help you truly thrive.

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Working in the construction business means you are used to working hard and long hours, and part of being in this business is using heavy machinery and other large equipment.

These machines make your job easier because they can lift more than the human body can. If you are in this type of business and don’t want to shell out the cash to purchase forklifts and cranes in full, you should consider renting. If you are in El Paso or the surrounding areas, our team at Southwestern Industrial Contractors and Riggers can assist you when it comes to renting equipment for your construction work site.

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It is believed that the use of cranes dates back more than 2,000 years and they were used to build huge monuments including the Egyptian pyramids and several medieval churches.

Today, construction companies hire a crane service to help lift extremely heavy amounts of weight. Cranes are equipped with a hoist rope, wire ropes or chains, and sheaves, as well as levers and pulleys in order to do those jobs that humans cannot do on their own. Cranes are used to lift and lower materials. They also move materials horizontally and transport these items to where they need to be.

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Hauling can be a difficult job.

When working with heavy machinery, one of the most difficult tasks is that of hauling it from one location to another. It is dangerous and in order to do it properly, you need many things to go right. These include having the right equipment, the right driver, the right load securement, the right routes, the right escorts, the right permits, the right license, the right insurance, and strict adherence to the right regulations, which can change based on your location. It is better to outsource this task to a company that knows how to do this safely and properly.

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Did you know you should prepare your equipment before putting it into storage?

If you will not be using your apparatus, then it is imperative that you look into proper machinery and equipment storage. Doing so will enable you to keep your gear in top working order. It will also ensure that it is ready to go the next time you need it for a job.

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How often do you have your cranes inspected?

A crane inspector is a person who is responsible for the testing, examination, and certification of the cranes owned by the company. This includes mobile and overhead crane inspections. They should have a minimum of 2,000 field hours of experience as it is related to maintaining, servicing, repairing, modifying and functional testing of cranes and associated hoisting equipment. They should also be able to provide a working knowledge of how to identify deficiencies in mechanical, structural, electrical systems and components of cranes.

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Do you need crane services?

Regardless of why you require crane service, it is important to find the right one to perform the job because cranes lift heavy objects and therefore pose a danger to everyone working nearby especially if the crane is not handled safely and effectively by the operator. In order to ensure that you get the right company for your next construction job, there are a number of things that you should look for and inquire about before you hire the first company found on the internet. If you need crane service, Southwestern Industrial Contractors and Riggers can help.

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Did you know working with industrial contractors can help you a lot?

Working for a construction company or a business that is involved in building structures can require a lot of work and attention to detail. There are many things to keep in mind, especially when you are constantly hauling and moving heavy materials from point A to point B. If your team does not have the expertise or does not feel comfortable with lifting heavy materials, you should consider hiring industrial contractors and riggers for the job at hand. They have years of experience and can help you successfully move your materials safely. If you are in El Paso or the surrounding area, our team at Southwestern Industrial Contractors and Riggers Inc. can assist you today.

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Southwestern Industrial Contractors and Riggers leads the industry with exceptional safety practices, experienced professionals, and comprehensive services!
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You wouldn't let just anyone operate on you or cut your hair. Rigging is no different.

If you are in the construction industry, you know how important it is to be safe when you are moving heavy equipment and materials from point A to point B. Some construction jobs are for single level buildings but when it comes to multi-level and high rise buildings, you will want to make sure you hire professional riggers to help you move things safely and properly. If you are in the El Paso area, our team at Southwestern Industrial Contractors and Riggers can assist you with the moving of heavy equipment or materials. We have years of combined experience and know how important it is to make sure everyone working remains safe during these types of moves.

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