One of the most challenging tasks of any type of fencing project in most of the country is in drilling post holes. Doing it the old-fashioned way with post hole diggers is only an option in soft soils that are free from hard, packed clay, shale or large rocks or rock formations.
A better option is to use fencing drills that can be attached to a skid steer or tractor for a farmer or rancher, or a skid steer, wagon or even a larger excavator for a commercial landscaper, fence building company or a developer.
Many of these users will choose to rent a fencing drill, but if you have the need for a drill for long-term or continual use, it is often a better option to purchase than to rent. Rented drills are often not in the best condition, they may be difficult to schedule when you need them and, more often than not, they will not easily attach to your equipment.
There are fencing drills available from a variety of manufacturers. Some are definitely a better and more durable option than others, so it is important to do your homework on the company.
Look for a company that manufacturers the fencing drills in-house. It is also an advantage to use an American company with a history of providing quality drills for both private use as well as for commercial applications.
By purchasing the drill, you can have it customized to match your equipment, allowing for quick setup and configuration of the drill as well as the controls.
Without the need to adhere to return times for the equipment as you do with a rental, you can take your time to get the job done right. Additionally, once the job is complete, you have the equipment for the next job, which means it will pay for itself over a short period of time.
The cost savings, the quality of equipment and the customization of the drill to your skid steer, tractor or excavator makes buying rather than renting the best option for most jobs.
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